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ANALYTICAL REVIEW OF FORMAT AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES OF COCUPATIONAL STANDARDS

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Dear Colleagues: The diminishing skill stocks due to retirement and recent dramatic economic, technological and socio-technical changes have resulted in a renewed interest in the human capital. There…Continue

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Neuro-Ludus Brain Training Game to Improve Information Processing SkillsThere is a general consensus among employers and policy makers that analytical and information processing skills are key transversal skills necessary for a competent and productive workforce. Educators also recognized that learners need to have well developed analytical and information processing skills in order to be able to learn effectively and efficiently. Analytical skills regulate the information processing habits…See More
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ANALYTICAL REVIEW OF FORMAT AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES OF COCUPATIONAL STANDARDS

Dear Colleagues: The diminishing skill stocks due to retirement and recent dramatic economic, technological and socio-technical changes have resulted in a renewed interest in the human capital. There is now a general consensus that a well-educated workforce is the key to competitiveness and prosperity. The International Labour Conference of 2008 also concluded that skills development will be essential to address the opportunities and challenges and meet new demands of changing economies and new…See More
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Tell us about what you do
Research in workforce development
Specialized in:
National Occupational Standards
National Occupational Analyses
Workforce Development
Research and Analysis
Instructional System Design
Program Planning & Development
Curriculum Design and Development
Program Evaluation
Engineering Human Performance & Training
International Development
Education for Sustainable Development
What companies or organisations are you with?
Wdm consultants

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Neuro-Ludus Brain Training Game

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Neuro-Ludus Brain Training Game to Improve Information Processing Skills

There is a general consensus among employers and policy makers that analytical and information processing skills are key transversal skills necessary for a competent and productive workforce. Educators also recognized that learners need to have well developed analytical and information processing skills in order to be able to learn effectively and efficiently. Analytical skills regulate the information…

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