Promoting lifelong learning for older workers: an international overview
Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2006 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
Recoge: Part I -Older workers and lifelong learning: current state of play. - Part II -Overview of the situation: Europe and beyond. - Part III -Views of older employees on work and learning. - Part IV -Personal reflections of older learners. - Part V -Theoretical and critical perspectives on policies an practice. - Part VI -Impact of workplace practices on older workers' learning.
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