Jointly Sponsored Training Systems In American Industries
Paper that examines recent developments in credentialing in jointly sponsored training and qualifications systems across the United States.
This paper examines recent developments in credentialing in jointly sponsored training and qualifications systems across the United States. This paper builds on previous work on building trades joint apprenticeship and training programs, which describes their structure and activities and documents their superior performance over programs unilaterally operated by employers (Glover and Bilginsoy 2005, Glover 2007). Jointly sponsored training programs are not common in the U.S., but strong programs are found in the building trades where they serve important roles in preparing and qualifying the skilled craft workers.
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