Learning-conducive work: a survey of learning conditions in Norwegian workplaces
Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2002 - Business & Economics - 57 pages
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Preface by authors
The search for learningconducive work
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100 Percentage Diagram 250 employees 40 50 Percentage 90 100 Percentage accreditation acquire new knowledge average jobs Cedefop competence development customers degree of exposure demands and changes demands Managerial responsibility documentation of actual documentation schemes documenting actual competence educational system exposure to changes exposure to demands external professional contact Fafo report feedback Management support formal education groups of employees hotel and restaurant important reason intensive jobs jobs score knowledge and skills labour market learning energy learning environment learning intensity learning opportunities little education lot of external low learning-intensive jobs need for documentation non-formal learning Norway Norwegian workplaces opportunity to learn organised training place of learning practical experience candidate private sector professional contact Direct promote learning public sector Pylea quality assurance questionnaire survey restaurant industry retail trades Rewarding of proficiency seven learning conditions shows support and encouragement support for learning Sveinung Thessaloniki venue for learning vocational education wholesale and retail women