Work-Based Learning: A New Higher Education?
This book is a radical approach to the notion of higher education. Students undertake study for a degree or diploma primarily in their workplace and their learning opportunities are not contrived for study purposes but arise from normal work. Work-based Learning is the first comprehensive book on this major innovation.
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accreditation achieved activities APEL approach areas assessment award based learning beneﬁt Boud Bovis Bovis Construction capability certiﬁcate challenges chapter Colin Symes competencies concept conﬁdence context courses criteria critical reﬂection culture curriculum David Bond deﬁned degree demonstrate difﬁcult disciplinary education institutions educational stage employers engage evaluation experience experiential learning Faculty of Business ﬁeld ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬂexibility focus framework higher education HMS Illustrious identiﬁed individual industry inﬂuence involved issues knowledge learners learning agreement learning contract learning outcomes London master’s ment Middlesex University module Napier University NCWBLP negotiated one’s Open University opportunities organization organizational participants portfolio practice prior learning problems professional qualiﬁcations quality assurance relationships relevant role signiﬁcant sity skills speciﬁc SRHE staff standards Stephenson structures sufﬁcient supervisors tion tional understanding University of Portsmouth university’s Webb Associates work-based learning partnership work-based learning programmes workplace