This paper delineates workplace and work based learning before going on to discuss in detail the application of workplace learning, based on experience gained from a number of case studies. The rationale, operational aspects and quality assurance requirements are described, before attention is turned to delivery methods, project management and financial considerations. The paper identifies the problems and opportunities associated with adopting this form of academic delivery for an existing university programme, and provides suggestions for likely future development.
Rose, E., McKee, W., Temple, B., Harrison, D. and Kirkwood, D. (2001), "Workplace learning: a concept in off‐campus teaching", The Learning Organization, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp. 70-77. https://doi.org/10.1108/09696470110388017Download as .RIS
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