Contract Training in Community Colleges
Describes & evaluates corporate-college association for educating students for specific jobs. Looks at the goals, benefits, problems and provides examples.
# 13409 | 1,575 words | 10 sources | 1999 |
Published on Jul 10, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Higher) , Education (Adult Education)
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From the Paper:" CONTRACT TRAINING FOR INDUSTRY BY U.S. COLLEGES
Two major forces - global competition and rapid technological advances - have profoundly changed, and will continue to change, the nature and content of work in the world in general and in the United States in particular which for decades has enjoyed an unchallenged competitive advantage in many economic sectors (Bassi, Benson and Cheney, 1996). Regarding the nature of this change and its consequences on the workforce of the future, the top five trends appear to be that:
(1) Skill requirements will continue to increase in response to rapid technological change;
(2) The American workforce will be significantly more educated and more diverse; .."
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