Sharing expertise on researching work-based
learning and skill development.
Thursday 21st – Friday 22nd October 2004
Venue:– Radcliffe House, University of Warwick
Facilitators: - Alan Brown (University of Warwick)
The central theme of this two-day workshop will be reconciliation of the evidence coming from different types of studies from within and beyond the TLRP regarding researching work-based learning and skills development.
In particular the aims of the workshop are to examine:
* how to build on the findings from Phase 1 and 2 projects
towards producing a thematic map of how all the different work-
Participants will be given the opportunity to work together in small groups to begin producing thematic map(s) of work-related learning and skills development.
All Phase 3 projects will be invited to outline what they would like from and could contribute to a continuation of 'sharing expertise in this area.'
The capabilities of computer-supported collaboration in this area will also be demonstrated.
The event is free to TLRP researchers, and all reasonable travel and other costs can be met by the RCBN. For more information about financial support in attending this event please contact the RCBN. Accommodation, lunch and refreshments are included.
As limited places remain for this workshop, priority will be given to those applicants involved in projects whose research is relevant to the field of work-based learning and skills development.
For more information about the workshop visit the RCBN website (see below) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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