Publications

OIT/Cinterfor
In Latin America and the Caribbean, training has characteristic and original traits that differentiate it from what can exist in other regions of the world. This is evident both in its history and in the present of its institutional geography, as well as in the concepts and...
OIT/Cinterfor
In this document, an attempt is being made at a first approach to these questions; gathered together are the experiences of vocational training agencies, accumulated over these many years, as well as the contributions of Ministries of Labour in the definition of public policies and...
Mertens, Leonard
The concept of labour competence emerged in the 1980s in certain industrialized countries, particularly in those which were finding it difficult to link the training system to the needs of manufacturing industry. The problems experienced in these countries were not only quantitative; in...
OIT/Cinterfor
Ducci, María Angélica
This study was commissioned as part of a World Bank program of research and policy analysis on vocational and technical education and training in developing countries. Launched in 1988, the study was supported by the World Bank, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische...

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