Apprenticeship and Community Colleges: Promoting Collaboration with Business, Labor and the Community for Workforce Training (Hardback)Jeffrey A. Cantor (author)
Hardback 202 Pages / Published: 23/08/1993
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Degree-earning apprenticeships are becoming recognized as legitimate programs of study at community colleges. This book analytically describes the role of apprenticeship as an instructional methodology in post-secondary technical education. Cantor looks at programs that work in the linkage between business and industry. Contents: Introduction; The Employer System: Job Training and Apprenticeships; The Community College Education System: Community Colleges and Apprenticeships; The Economic Development System: Relationships to Job Training and the Community College; Study Methodology: The Case Study Method; Apprenticeships and Community Colleges: The Automotive Industry's New Model; Organized Labor, Apprenticeships, and Community College Degrees: An Emerging Partnership; Apprenticeships, the U.S. Maritime Industry and the Community College: Linkages in America's Defense; Firefighter Training 2000: Apprenticeships and the Fire Service; Towards a Solution: What Has Been Learned; Bibliography.
Publisher: University Press of America
Number of pages: 202
Weight: 367 g
Dimensions: 219 x 145 x 17 mm
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