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ERIC Number: ED052424
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Apr
Pages: 19
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New Careers: A Challenge to Adult Education.
Connolly, John J.
New Careers is a training program for the underemployed or unemployed. It has two objectives: helping the poor help themselves and the democratization of society. The first has been more effectively dealt with and is of greater relevance to adult educators. Current strategy is based on the belief that even professional jobs can be broken down into simple tasks easily learned by most people. Various levels of a particular job will be reached by persons of different abilities. The proposed model includes six steps: state purposes of agency, set objectives, identify blocks of work, delineate tasks, organize tasks into jobs and organize jobs into career ladders. (CK)
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