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Outcomes: NVQs and the Emerging Model of Education and Training

by

Gilbert Jessup

The Falmer Press

(A member of the Taylor & Franics Group)

London • New York • Philadelphia

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface xi
  • Part One - New Approaches, Methods and Instruments 1
  • 1 - Learning and Individuals 3
  • 2 - National Needs and Problems 7
  • 3 - National Vocational Qualifications 15
  • 4 - The Concept of Competence 25
  • 5 - Statements of Competence and Standards 31
  • 6 - The Programme to Develop Standards and Nvqs 40
  • 7 - Assessment 46
  • 8 - The Accreditation of Prior Learning 60
  • 9 - Credit Accumulation and Transfer 68
  • 10 - The National Curriculum 74
  • 11 - Core Skills: Linking Education and Training 80
  • Part Two - The Model and Its Implications 87
  • 12 - The Emerging Model 89
  • 13 - Implications for Employers 95
  • 14 - Implications for Further Education 99
  • 15 - Implications for General Education 109
  • 16 - Implications for Higher Education 113
  • 17 - Implications for Individuals: the Autonomous Learner 115
  • Part Three - Outstanding Issues 119
  • 18 - The Problem of Knowledge 121
  • 19 - Issues for the Future 128
  • 20 - Summary and Conclusions 134
  • Glossary of Terms 139
  • Notes 144
  • References 158
  • Appendices 163
  • Appendix A 165
  • Appendix B 174
  • Appendix C 182
  • Appendix D 191
  • Index 194
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