The learning context within the workplace: as perceived by apprentices and their workplace trainers

@inproceedings{Brooker1997TheLC,
  title={The learning context within the workplace: as perceived by apprentices and their workplace trainers},
  author={Ross Brooker and Jim Butler},
  year={1997}
}
Abstract In the last decade in Australia there has been a significant emphasis placed on vocational education and training. More recently within this context there has been renewed interest in apprenticeship training which has both formal learning (in a technical and further education college), and informal learning (in the workplace) components. This article, which draws on the perspectives of both apprentices and their workplace trainers from six industrial sites, is focused on the extent to… CONTINUE READING

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