Previous articles discussed the changing role of central Governments in vocational education and training, and treated in depth the devolution of training responsibility to local authorities and the ways in which the local authorities are proactively responding to this challenge. There is, however, a major role for central Governments in linking vocational education and training policy with policies aimed at overall economic development and productivity and the stimulation of employment. Such policy issues and strategies are discussed in this final section.
THOROGOOD, R. (1982), "Current Themes in VOCATIONAL EDUCATION and TRAINING POLICIES: Part 3: The Generation of ‘New’ Business, Employment, and Skill Shifts, as a Prime Concern of Training Policy", Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 14 No. 12, pp. 399-403. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb003918Download as .RIS
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