IJRVET now indexed in RePEc and EconStor

RePEc Research Papers in Economics is a distributed data set residing in archives from over 80 countries operated by research organizations, academic departments and publishers. 75,000 email subscriptions are served every week. IJRVET International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training is now part of this network. IJRVET is now also indexed in EconStor. EconStor is among… More IJRVET now indexed in RePEc and EconStor

VET & Culture Network

The VET & Culture Network is a voluntary network of senior and junior researchers and students, practicing cross-cultural, independent and critical research on transformations in vocational education and in relations between work, education and politics. The aim of the network is to support members in their different academic and institutional environments through virtual communication, annual meetings,… More VET & Culture Network

Post-School Education and Training in South Africa

Developmental TVET Rhetoric In-Action: The White Paper for Post-School Education and Training in South Africa This shortly published IJRVET-article from Salim Akoojee, explores the extent to which latest developments in the Technical and Vocational Education and Training System in South Africa respond to key principles espoused for a developmental, democratic and inclusionary ideal. The White… More Post-School Education and Training in South Africa

Special Issue Call for Papers: Going Back-to-school in Vocational Training

International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training (IJRVET) Guest Editors: Louis Cournoyer (Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada), Geneviève Fournier (Université Laval, Canada), & Jonas Masdonati (Université de Lausanne, Switzerland) Valued and positioned very differently within different national education systems, vocational training is certainly a key lever for development of collective wealth (Billett, 2014). It also… More Special Issue Call for Papers: Going Back-to-school in Vocational Training