An agenda for action on vocational learning

March 2013
Adults Learning;Spring2013, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p12
The article discusses a report from the Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning (CAVTL) on improving adult vocational education and training in Great Britain. CAVTL determined two factors to achieve improvement such as tailored approach in education system and collaboration between providers and employers. CAVTL also identified features of vocational teaching including development of occupation expertise and technology skills.


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