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What contributes to vocational excellence? Characteristics and experiences of competitors and experts in WorldSkills London

Nokelainen, Petri, Smith, Helen, Rahimi, Mark, Stasz, Cathy and James, Susan 2012, What contributes to vocational excellence? Characteristics and experiences of competitors and experts in WorldSkills London, WorldSkills Foundation, Madrid, Spain.

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Title What contributes to vocational excellence? Characteristics and experiences of competitors and experts in WorldSkills London
Author(s) Nokelainen, Petri
Smith, Helen
Rahimi, MarkORCID iD for Rahimi, Mark orcid.org/0000-0002-9278-3537
Stasz, Cathy
James, Susan
Publication date 2012-04
Total pages 74
Publisher WorldSkills Foundation
Place of publication Madrid, Spain
Keyword(s) WorldSkills
Vocational Edcuation
Modelling excellence
MoVE
Summary Modelling Vocational Excellence (MoVE) International is a WorldSkills Member research initiativesupporting:• skills improvement and Competition best practice• international skills benchmarking, and• promotion of vocational excellence to young people, employers and policy makers.MoVE International is the inaugural research project for the WorldSkills Foundation and is alsosupported by Skills Finland, WorldSkills UK, WorldSkills Australia and the Dusseldorp Skills Forum.The research team is a partnership between: University of Tampere, Finland; University of Oxford,UK; and RMIT University, Australia, with support from Deakin University, Australia.The research initiative sets out to produce outcomes relevant to the interests of its majorstakeholder groups. The data produced by the study offers WorldSkills International and individualWorldSkills Members a framework for international benchmarking on skills quality, and a windowinto the WorldSkills experience for Competitors and Experts. Through the research reports,WorldSkills Member organizations will also gain access to global data on WorldSkills Competitorsand Experts which may be applied to improve training and professional development. Importantly,young people are afforded a global voice. In telling their own stories they can share theirexperiences with peers, and provide future Competitors with insights into the experience of beinginvolved in international skill competitions. For WorldSkills International, the data is a source ofpromotional material, and may contribute to event and organizational evaluation.The MoVE research project launches the WorldSkills Foundation’s program of research,engagement and advocacy. MoVE offers the Foundation an opportunity to influence the globaldebate on vocational education and training, and to shift the orientation of VET research away froma ‘deficit’ framework to one which highlights benefits and opportunities (see section 2.2 for a fullerexplanation of these research orientations).The outputs of the 2011 MoVE international research project include this global report and casestudies of the Australian, Finnish and British teams that competed at WorldSkills London 2011.
Language eng
Field of Research 130108 Technical, Further and Workplace Education
200206 Globalisation and Culture
160506 Education Policy
Socio Economic Objective 930103 Learner Development
HERDC Research category A6.1 Research report/technical paper
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