Where There is No Job: Vocational Training for Self-employment in Developing Countries
Swiss Centre for Development Cooperation in Technology and Management, 1997 - Occupational training - 81 pages
The purpose of this book is twofold: to show how a few programmes have used traditional training practices to create self-employment, and to provide some practical guidance for the many other programmes that will follow in their footsteps.
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Vocational Training For SelfEmployment
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agencies al-Minya apprentice masters Assessment Framework Assessment Guidelines basic become self-employed businesspeople Calcutta CEOSS considerable consistent cost Cost/trainee crisis of vocational CYSEC DBSETl EBT programme economic efficient employment enterprise development enterprise networks ENTERPRISE STAGE enterprise-based training entrepreneurs errors of inconsistency evidence focus follow-up assistance follow-up support formal gramme Grierson Hargeisa Indian rupees informal sector institutional networks John Grierson linkages lnternational low-cost lSTARN marketable skills Masvingo microenterprise minimalist modest networks needed offer operational pilot project Planning and Assessment principles REDP REDP's responsive selection criteria selection stage selection system self-employment potential self-employment process self-employment programmes self-employment training programmes self-selection small enterprise Somalia Somaliland specialised start-up studies target group tion tional training traditional apprenticeship traditional practices Traditional training practices training approaches training for self-employment TRAINING STAGE training techniques University of Edinburgh vocational training programmes World Bank