Stakeholders in the German and Swiss VET system and their role in innovating apprenticeships

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SMITH, Erica, ed. and others. Architectures of Apprenticeship : Achieving Economic and Social Goals. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2015, pp. 68-71. ISBN 978-1-925333-09-1
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This contribution compares stakeholders’ roles in Germany and Switzerland when it comes to promoting innovation in the dual apprenticeship system. In both countries the relevant stakeholders who represent the various occupations and, in a more narrow sense, the social partners actively shape apprenticeship reforms. They represent the area of public educational policy, besides governments, political parties and the public, who, in both countries, appreciate the decisive role of apprenticeships for youth education, employment and social stability. Thus, the justification of reform measures and broad consensus of different stakeholders is decisive in order to keep apprenticeship systems alive.

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Apprenticeships, dual system, VET comparison, higher VET, the changing institutional context of VET, VET policy
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Architectures of Apprenticeship : Achieving Economic and Social Goals ; Sixth Annual INAP Conference, 1. Sept. 2015 - 2. Sept. 2015, Ballarat, Australia
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ISO 690DEISSINGER, Thomas, Philipp GONON, 2015. Stakeholders in the German and Swiss VET system and their role in innovating apprenticeships. Architectures of Apprenticeship : Achieving Economic and Social Goals ; Sixth Annual INAP Conference. Ballarat, Australia, 1. Sept. 2015 - 2. Sept. 2015. In: SMITH, Erica, ed. and others. Architectures of Apprenticeship : Achieving Economic and Social Goals. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2015, pp. 68-71. ISBN 978-1-925333-09-1
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@inproceedings{Deiinger2015Stake-33735,
  year={2015},
  title={Stakeholders in the German and Swiss VET system and their role in innovating apprenticeships},
  url={http://www.inap.uni-bremen.de/dl/inap%20conference%20proceedings%202015.pdf},
  isbn={978-1-925333-09-1},
  publisher={Australian Scholarly Publishing},
  address={Melbourne},
  booktitle={Architectures of Apprenticeship : Achieving Economic and Social Goals},
  pages={68--71},
  editor={Smith, Erica},
  author={Deißinger, Thomas and Gonon, Philipp}
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