“Learning from and through work”, an alternative route to qualification

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A good number of young people leave the education system without qualifications. For most of them, coming as they often do from disadvantaged areas, from areas on the periphery of towns and cities or from rural areas, access to the formal education and training system cannot be taken for granted. For them, “learning from and through work” may represent an alternative. Drawing on a study carried out in Argentina, France, Morocco and Senegal in the construction and public works sector, this edition of Céreq Bref focuses on the conditions that encourage the development and recognition of skills acquired from and through work.

Anaïs Chatagnon, Christine Fournier, Françoise Kogut-Kubiak, Matteo Sgarzi, “Learning from and through work”, an alternative route to qualification in Training and employment n° 160 (2023). – 4 p.



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Doc du Céreq (2023, 21 août). “Learning from and through work”, an alternative route to qualification. Echos du travail. Consulté le 27 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o0jr