Adult guidance services, the brokers between individuals and the labour and learning markets, take on a new significance in the context of The Learning Society and the end of the job for life. This work analyzes contrasting approaches to the delivery of guidance services in the UK, Germany, Netherlands, Italy and France, focusing on the effects of marketization and the impact of European Union policies.HMI (Her Majestya#39;s Inspectorate) (1992) Survey of guidance 13-19 in schools and sixth form colleges, London: Department of Education and Science. Hutton, W. ( 1995) The state wea#39;re in, London: Jonathan Cape. ICG (Institute of Careersanbsp;...
|Title||:||Adult Guidance Services and the Learning Society|
|Author||:||Will Bartlett, Teresa L. Rees, Anthony Gordon Watts|
|Publisher||:||Policy Press - 2000|