Cooperative apprenticeships: a school-to-work handbook

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Technomic Pub., 1997 - Business & Economics - 285 pages
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Apprenticeship education and training programs for today's youth and tomorrow's workers have become increasingly important in today's schools. This guide provides examples and tools for designing and developing apprenticeship education and training programs. Industry, labor, education, and government leaders are concerned with strategies to improve the skills of America's current and future workers. A key to the solution is shared responsibility for worker preparation based upon industry derived training standards, which this guide outlines.

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Contents

Communicating for Cooperative
32
Initiate PerformanceBased Curricula
38
FROM DOING A NEEDS ASSESSMENT TO DECIDING
43
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JEFFREY A. CANTOR is Associate Professor, Adult Education and Corporate Training at the City University of New York, Lehman College.