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Ways of organisational learning in the chemical industry and their impact on vocational education and training

Objective

The overall objective for the project is to identify best practice for organisational learning in the European chemical industry. This is a sector where organisational learning plays an important role due to research-intensive production, global market competition, and the international inter-relationship of production sites. The project focuses on education and training as it is a precondition for organisational learning within companies and as education and training is influenced in its forms and its contents by ways of organisational learning. In order to achieve these objectives an empirical investigation will be carried out based on a theoretical framework and utilising both an open research methodology and a participative approach. As it can be assumed that there is not a single and universal 'recipe' for best practice a concept of intercultural exchange and integrated dissemination has to be developed which helps to present, discuss and evaluate the results of the empirical investigation. This will include participation by employers and employees, and experts and representatives from research institutions, companies, political organisations and the education and training sector.

Funding Scheme

CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

Coordinator

UNIVERSITAET BREMEN
Address
Wilhelm-herbst-str.7
28359 Bremen
Germany

Participants (3)

KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN
Belgium
Address
2E,e. Van Evenstraat 2E
3000 Louvain / Leuven
UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING
United Kingdom
Address
University Of Stirling
FK9 4LA Stirling
UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI SIENA
Italy
Address
Via Dei Termini 6
53100 Siena