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by Jean-Marc Castejon,Borhène Chakroun,Mike Coles,Arjen Deij,Vincent McBride

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Jean-Marc Castejon, Borhene Chakroun, Mike Coles. Qualifications systems are useful tools for modernising education and training. National qualifications frameworks are treated as one aspect of qualifications systems that is useful for improving education and training. The focus is on the reality of policy development in EU partner countries.

Modernising Education and Training. Publisher: Anthem Press. Online publication date: March 2012

Modernising Education and Training. Online publication date: March 2012. Print publication year: 2011. Online ISBN: 9780857286581. Subjects: Education, Education, History, Theory.

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The focus is on the reality of policy development in EU partner countries. By: Jean-Marc Castejon. Publisher: Anthem Press (NBN). Print ISBN: 9780857289841, 0857289845.

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Qualifications systems are useful tools for modernising education and training. This publication focuses on the reality of policy development in different countries. After reminding the reader that education and training systems, and therefore qualifications systems, are always closely integrated with a country’s social and cultural priorities, this volume shows that there is evidence from a range of countries that learning can be enhanced by developing the recognition of learning through qualifications and by defining qualifications levels.

Qualifications systems are useful tools for modernising education and training. This publication focuses on the reality of policy development in different countries. After reminding the reader that education and training systems, and therefore qualifications systems, are always closely integrated with a country’s social and cultural priorities, this volume shows that there is evidence from a range of countries that learning can be enhanced by developing the recognition of learning through qualifications and by defining qualifications levels.