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  • 190
  • Skills for Human Development
  • Simon McGrath
  • en
  • 01 May 2020
  • 9781317328520

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read Skills for Human Development Skills for Human Development free read æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Simon McGrath ☆ 6 read Ose and ualityPresents a timely account of current vocational and education training that is high on the agenda of international policymakersTaking a broad perspective Skills for Human Development presents a comprehensive and uniue framework which bridges theory policy and practice to give VET institutions a new way of thinking about their practice and VET policymakers a new way of engaging with global messages of sustainable human development It is a vital resource for those working on the human development and skills approach in multiple disciplines and offers a grounding framework for international policymakers interested in this growing are.

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Skills for Human Development

read Skills for Human Development Skills for Human Development free read æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Simon McGrath ☆ 6 read R than simply being about narrow employability and productivity It argues that human development approaches while acknowledging the importance of work in its broadest sense offer a better way of bringing together VET and development than the current human capital inspired orthodoxyOffering a transformative vision for skills development this bookConsiders the potential contribution skills development could make to broader human development as well as to economic developmentPoints to an alternative approach to the current and flawed deficit assumptions of VET learnersPresents for the first time an alternative evaluative frame for judging VET purp.

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read Skills for Human Development Skills for Human Development free read æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Simon McGrath ☆ 6 read Focusing on reimagining the purpose of vocational education and training VET and grounded in the reality of a small cohort of young South Africans and an institution seeking to serve them Skills for Human Development moves beyond the inadeuacies of the dominant human capital orthodoxy to present a rich theoretical and practical alternative for VET Offering a human development and capability approach it brings social justice to the forefront of the discussion of VET's purpose at the national institutional and individual levels In doing so this book insists that VET should be about enlarging peoples' opportunities to live a flourishing life rathe.