Bridging the Skills Gap between Work and Education by W.J. Nijhof, Jittie Brandsma

By W.J. Nijhof, Jittie Brandsma

This e-book takes up the talk approximately matching vocational schooling with the labour marketplace and indicates development when it comes to theoretical types, instruments (transformation and matching processes), and studying environments. The options, exhibiting up the necessity for middle or key abilities, the need of embedding studying talents in genuine and guided studying environments, indicates a standpoint of study and developmen-tal paintings to be confirmed in faculties and in offices, to discover higher curricula for a greater skilling.

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In the case of the administratio n department, this means the responsible office staff (see also Lutz, 1988). At least with respect to the present and expected medium-t erm level of automation, this frequently proves to be more efficient, even from a strictly econom ic point of view. Shorter stoppage times as well as greater flexibility (by virtue of rapid human intervention suitable to the situation), less touch-up work (as a result of the technical sensitivity of the on-site skilled worker s) as well as substantially higher overall productivity of all human labour employed are observed and expected.

The 'metamodern' perspective does not involve designing planning instruments based on deficient forecasts. Rather, it aims at developing planning orientations, which should make the 'metamodern' opposition of reason-directed communication Chapter 2 • Scenari os of work. technology and education for the post-2000 period 23 and ad hoc decision-making more transparent. This is the aim of the scenario method . 3 A pedagogical reference framework Before we take a closer look at the problem of scenario writing, we would like to outline briefl y a general pedagogical reference framework .

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