Workplace learning a sensitive matter? Employees ideas on workplace leraning in the Netherlands

T. van Dellen, L. Greveling

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Abstract

In this report the Dutch outcomes of a comparative study done by the research
network ‘Competence Development as Workplace Learning’ of the Asia-Europe
Meeting (ASEM) Education and the Research Hub for Lifelong Learning are presented. The idea behind the study can be found on the website of the ASEMnetwork where the following questions have been formulated:
1. what do people interpret to be ‘voluntary’ and ‘compulsory’ with respect to workplace learning, 2. what does their company or organization offer in terms of formal and non-formal work-related learning,
3. which of these are ‘voluntary’ and which ‘compulsory’ and
4. how do objective opportunities and subjective perceptions influence employees'
motivation to learn at work and their satisfaction with the learning they have
undertaken?
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGroningen
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Number of pages29
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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