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Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research

Dr Phillip McKenzie

1997

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Country Note: Australia: Report To The Australian Government And The Oecd Arising From The Transition Review Visit, March 1997, Phil Mckenzie, Abrar Hasan, Erik Nexelmann, Robert Schwartz Dec 1996

Country Note: Australia: Report To The Australian Government And The Oecd Arising From The Transition Review Visit, March 1997, Phil Mckenzie, Abrar Hasan, Erik Nexelmann, Robert Schwartz

Dr Phillip McKenzie

No abstract provided.


Lifelong Learning And Employability, Phil Mckenzie, Gregory Wurzburg Dec 1996

Lifelong Learning And Employability, Phil Mckenzie, Gregory Wurzburg

Dr Phillip McKenzie

'Lifelong employability' — the capacity to be productive and to hold rewarding jobs over one's working life — is no longer guaranteed by the education and training received in childhoodand youth. The continuous structural changes affecting all OECD economies have increased the importance of up-to-dateskills and competences. Responding to this requirement calls for the development of effective strategies for lifelong learning.


Country Note: Czech Republic: Report To The Czech Government And The Oecd Arising From The Transition Review Visit, May 1997, Phil Mckenzie, Marianne Durand-Drouhin, Niels Hummeluhr, Gregor Ramsey Dec 1996

Country Note: Czech Republic: Report To The Czech Government And The Oecd Arising From The Transition Review Visit, May 1997, Phil Mckenzie, Marianne Durand-Drouhin, Niels Hummeluhr, Gregor Ramsey

Dr Phillip McKenzie

No abstract provided.


Lifelong Learning To Maintain Employability, Phil Mckenzie Dec 1996

Lifelong Learning To Maintain Employability, Phil Mckenzie

Dr Phillip McKenzie

The paper discusses (i) evidence on the importance of human capital and lifelong learning for labour market outcomes; (ii) the barriers to lifelong learning that can arise in the transition from initial education to work; (iii) major features of the situation of poorly qualified adults and the barriers to lifelong learning that they face; and (iv) the role that Labour Ministers and labour market policies can play in facilitating lifelong learning.