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Improving Incentives to Learning in the Workplace

Grant reference: L139251005

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Recognition of tacit skills : sustaining learning outcomes in adult learning and work re-entry
This paper is based on the project 'Recognition of Tacit Skills and Knowledge in Work Re-entry' carried out as a part of the ESRC-funded Research Network 'Improving Incentives to Learning in the Workplace'. The network aims to contribute to improved practice among a wide range of practitioners. The study has investigated the part played by tacit forms of personal competences in the education, training and work re-entry of adult learners. The models of learning produced within this study with the assistance of the Dynamic Concept Analysis method are used to provide a better understanding of individual case studies.
Original Document
10.1111/j.1360-3736.2004.00196.x
English

Primary contributor

Author Karen Evans

Additional contributors

Co-author Natasha Kersh
Co-author Seppo Kontiainen

Additional details

8
1
Yes
1360-3736
Blackwell Publishing
01 March 2004
54-72
Oxford
Post-print
International journal of training and development

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Harvard

Evans, Karen et al (2004) Recognition of tacit skills : sustaining learning outcomes in adult learning and work re-entry. International journal of training and development. 8 (1), pp. 54-72 Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Vancouver

Evans Karen et al. Recognition of tacit skills : sustaining learning outcomes in adult learning and work re-entry. International journal of training and development 2004; 8 (1): 54-72.