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Paper Title :
Quality in Further Education

Author :Phillip Miersch, Roland Jochem

Article Citation :Phillip Miersch ,Roland Jochem , (2019 ) " Quality in Further Education " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 28-32, Volume-5,Issue-5

Abstract : The success of companiesis determinedby the qualifications of their employees, the reasons why they are required to attach great importance on further education activities. At the same time the diversity of further education makes it difficult to maintain an overview for anyone interested in learning, especially for persons responsible for human resource development in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Many providers are flooding the market with partially little meaning product offerings and formats. The selection and conception of further education in SMEs often based on decisions out of sense or the scattergun approach. Especially restricted personal, time and financial resource are key drivers for insufficient consideration. The classification of learning objectivesaccompanied by the learning behavior will be a challenging task both for employees as well as human resource departments. An interdisciplinary research cooperation between educational science and quality science provided the basis for enhancing training and development selections. For this purpose, relevant characteristics for input and output were gathered by qualitative content analysis of educational literature and expert interviews among training experts. Dependencies between these characteristics were identified by interaction analysis. An algorithm was defined, that enables a systematically selection process. Keywords - Human Resource Development, Further Education, Smes, Methodical-Didactic Analysis, Learning Preferences, Educationgraph.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-5,Issue-5


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