Weigel Tanja, Mulder Martin & Collins Kate (2007). Â« The concept of competence in the development of vocational education and training in selected EU member states Â». Journal of Vocational Education and Training, vol. 59, nÂ° 1, p. 67–88. En ligne : <www.mmulder.nl/2007-01- ... er%20Collins%20JVET.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: Weigel2007
Keywords: Allemagne, Angleterre, compĂ©tence, enseignement professionnel, France, Pays-Bas
Creators: Collins, Mulder, Weigel
Collection: Journal of Vocational Education and Training
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"This contribution reviews how four European countries: England, Germany, France and the Netherlands use the concept of competence in the process of developing vocational education and training. Competence in England is set in the context of the National Vocational qualifications; in Germany within action competence and the approach to learning areas; in France within the ETED and the bilan de compĂ©tences ; and, in the Netherlands, the concept is strongly linked to the development of a competence-based qualification structure for senior secondary vocational education. The nature of this review is rather descriptive as it aims to present a comparison of the meaning and use of the concept of competence within these respective countries. It can be concluded that despite a certain amount of diversity, especially at the instrumental level, there is enough conceptual convergence within the four abovementioned countries to posit some common principles of competence and competencebased VET."
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