What contributes to vocational excellence?: characteristics and experiences of competitors and experts in WorldSkills London 2011

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Modelling Vocational Excellence (MoVE) International is a WorldSkills Member research initiative supporting: skills improvement and competition best practice; international skills benchmarking; and promotion of vocational excellence to young people, employers and policy makers. The research initiative set out to produce outcomes relevant to the interests of its major stakeholder groups. Researchers from three countries (Australia, Finland, and United Kingdom) worked collaboratively to answer these questions: Do skills competitions really make a difference? Do competitions contribute to...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Skills and knowledge; Participation; Vocational education and training

Keywords: Competition; Skill development; Benchmarking

Geographic subjects: Australia; Finaland; Great Britain; Oceania; Europe

Published: Madrid, Spain: WorldSkills Foundation, 2012

Physical description: 74 p. (report) + 51 p. (annex)

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https://www.worldskills.org/files/legacy_wsf/downloads/WSF_MoVE_Global_report_WSC2011.pdf
https://www.worldskills.org/files/legacy_wsf/downloads/WSF_MoVE_research_overview_WSC2011.pdf

Related items: TD/TNC 109.383

Statement of responsibility: Petri Nokelainen, Helen Smith, Mohammad Ali Rahimi, Cathy Stasz and Susan James

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On title page: A report to the WorldSkills Foundation on the MoVE International research project conducted at WorldSkills London 2011
An overview document presenting some of the main findings from this research is indexed at TD/TNC 109.383.

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 130.464

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