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ERIC Number: ED471127
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002-Oct
Pages: 339
Abstractor: N/A
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VET through One's Lifetime: New Approaches and Implementation. Proceedings of the KRIVET International Conference on VET (2nd, Seoul, Korea, October 15-16, 2002).
Korea Research Inst. for Vocational Education and Training, Seoul.
This document contains 13 papers from an international conference on new approaches to and implementation of lifelong vocational education and training (VET) and technical and vocational education and training (TVET). The document begins with two keynote speeches and five topic presentations, which are titled as follows: "Current Issues Regarding the Future of Work and the Reform of TVET" (Rupert Maclean); "Tasks for the Realization of a Life-Long Learning Society" (Moo-Kee Bae); "Improving Systems to Provide VET through One's Lifetime" (Helmut Putz); "Information and Communication Technology in Vocational Education and Training" (Morgan V. Lewis); "Assessment and Recognition of Learning and Training--Approaches in the European Union" (Anders Nilsson); "Financing Mechanisms for VET" (Gregory Wurzburg); and "TVET Institution-Industry Partnership: The Colombo Plan Region" (Shyamal Majumdar). Presented next are nine country-specific case studies, including three devoted to lifelong learning in Korea. The case studies are titled as follows: "Germany" (Gisela Dybowski); "France" (Hugues Bertrand); "Australia" (Tom Karmel, John Stanwick); "United Kingdom" (Brendan Barker); "China" (Zuguang Yu); "Japan" Shigemi Yahata); "Korea" (Sung-Joon Paik); "Korea: Current Operational Status and Future Direction of CE (Customized Education) in Vocational Colleges" (Sung-Tae Hong); and "Korea: A Case Study on the Business Learning System for Bringing Up a Specialist in Korea" (Gu-Hun Yang). Some papers contain substantial bibliographies. (MN)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Korea Research Inst. for Vocational Education and Training, Seoul.
Identifiers - Location: European Union