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National Pathways and European Dimensions of Trainers’ Professional Development


Simone Haasler

Contents: Simone Kirpal/Graham Attwell: Introduction – Simone Kirpal: Emerging Roles and Competence Requirements of Teaching and Training Practitioners - A European Perspective – Pia Cort: Trends in VET Teaching and Training: Teachers’ Perceptions of Change and Implications for Teaching Practice in Denmark – Graham Attwell: Using Technologies for Teaching and Training - the Challenges of Training Trainers in the UK – Joanna Burchert/Barry Nyhan: Trainers’ Conceptions of Apprenticeship Training in Ireland and Germany – Vicente Giménez Marín/Antonio Navío Gámez/José Luís García Molina: Training of Trainers in the Spanish Construction Industry - A Private-Public Partnership Approach – Markku Kuivalahti/Matti Kurikka/Martti Majuri: Preparing In-Company Trainers for a New Partnership Approach of the Finnish Vocational Education and Training System – Krista Loogma/Olesja Rotar: Service Units at Vocational Schools in Estonia: Enhancing Opportunities for Integrated Learning – Hana Čiháková: From VET to LLL - the Czech Integrated Approach – Erik Kats/Jaap van Lakerveld/Hemmo Smit: Linking Vocational Practice and Vocational Education: The Mediating Role of Expertise Centres in the Netherlands – Silvia Weiß: Trainer Academies, Coaches for Apprentices and Round Table Discussions - Innovations in «Train the Trainers» in Austria – Dora Thymiopoulou/Babis Floros: Structuring VET Professions in Greece: The Unified Register for Trainers – Juliyana Dobreva/Svetlana Morozova: Models of Accreditation of VET Practitioners’ Competence in Bulgaria – Iwona Soltysinska/Agnieszka Kotucz: Labour Market Trends and the Professionalization of Trainers in Poland – Bernd Haasler: Establishing Accredited Training Professions - A Possible German Model?