Berufliche Weiterbildung und Kompetenzentwicklung zur Bewältigung diskontinuierlicher Erwerbsverläufe

The thesis in hand analyses and discusses the predominance of economic utilization and of the socio-political and labour market principals of subsidy in the policy and practice of further education and training in a manner critical of corresponding ideologies and concepts. This provides a basis for the development of practice of further education that takes into account systematically the subjective perspective on interests in vocational competence development and that is compatible to the utilization interests of companies and the labour market as well. The reference to the subjective perspective of interest means – in distance to socio-economical and political-normative positions – such conditions on the supply side of further education and training that put the employees in a position to synthesise their interest in maintaining vocational competence and employability on the labour market with their aspirations in occupational and private life-course.


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