April 19, 2016

The school in the future may look different from the school we see today. The vocational education will use ICT (information and communications technology) more and in a different ways than today. ICT has the potential to allow more self-paced, interactive and personal...

April 16, 2016

A bricklayer work with clay bricks, concrete blocks and other types of building materials in mortar.

Using these materials a bricklayer constructs and repairs veneer and full brick construction, partitions, arches and other structures.

 

A bricklayer also reads and works...

April 15, 2016

In UK they underline that they are not producing enough young people with the skills to meet the needs of UK employers, and the skills they do have are well below the levels of their international competitors. The UK Commission on Employment and Skills report catalogue...

April 11, 2016

In industries such as manufacturing, there will be a labour shortage when it comes to skilled workers. The reason for this is that the older work force that possessed the right skills is retiring and unskilled workers cannot fill these job vacancies.  In many countries...

April 9, 2016

Skilled work is not a new phenomenon. From the history, we can read that some people had special skills. For instance, building skills have been important through the history. Some kind of skills were important years back. Today we may not need those skills any more. T...

April 7, 2016

 

 

In the report “Skills Beyond School” OECD write that school and university, and the well-trod path between them, play a dominant role in thinking about education policy. But outside these two institutions there exists a less well understood world of colleges, diploma...

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