Vocationalism?: Past, Present And Future
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|09.45 – 10.00||Registration, tea and coffee|
10.00 – 10.15
|Welcome and Introduction by the organisers
Jill Jameson, University of Greenwich and Sai Loo, UCL Institute of Education, University College London
|10.15 – 12.15||Vocationalism and academic drift – the conflict at the heart of apprenticeship policy
Anna Mazenod, Université Paris-Dauphine, London
|Understanding the FE Sector as a Strategic Action Field
Norman Crowther, Association of Teachers and Lecturers and Norman Lucas, IOE Institute of Education, University College London
|When is a job considered an ‘occupation ‘and what effect do these assumptions have on training?
Erica Smith, Federation University Australia
|‘Reasonable adjustment’: Is it a way forward to manage diversity and equity issues in Vocational Education and Training?
Sonal Nakar, Griffith University, Australia
|12.15 – 13.00||Lunch|
|13.00 – 14.30||Differentiating vocational knowledge
Jim Hordern, Bath Spa University
|Vocational pedagogy, policy anxiety and practitioners’ perceptions
Matt O’Leary and Rob Smith, University of Wolverhampton
|Vocational pedagogies: the science of teaching or the teaching of science?
Janet Hobley, Oxford Brookes University
|14.30 – 14.45||Tea and coffee break|
|14.45 – 16.15||Manners and Empowerment: professional communication and attendant client care
Tara Furlong, Designing Futures
|Vocational education and graduates’ experiences of employment and career enactment in a neoliberal environment
Tony Leach, York St John University
|Global Vocational Standards and Assessment for Excellence
Jenny Shackleton, WorldSkills International and Sally Messenger, WorldSkills UK Legacy Projects
|16.15 – 16.30||Plenary and close of meeting|
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