Evaluation indicators for transitional ITOs

Appendix 2: Useful resources/references

The following is a selection of sources used in the preparation of the evaluation indicators for Transitional Industry Training Organisations.

Ananiadou, K et al (2004). Identifying effective workplace basic skills strategies for enhancing employee productivity and development. National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy, London.

Berg, S & Chyung, S. (2008) Factors that Influence Informal Learning in the Workplace. Journal of Workplace Learning, (v20 n4 p229-244)

Capper, P. (2000). Understanding Competence in Complex Contexts. In Gonczi, A & Arguelles, A (Eds) (2000). “Competency based education and training: A world perspective”. University of Mexico Press, Mexico City.

Fenwick, T. (2008). Workplace Learning: Emerging Trends and New Perspectives. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, (n119 p17-2)

Industry Training Federation (2007). Skills and Training Survey, 2007. ITF, Wellington.

Industry Training Federation (2007). Learners Perceptions of Industry Training. ITF, Wellington.

Industry Training Federation (2008). High Performance in ITOs. Incorporating the ITO Practices and Models Survey. ITF, Wellington.

Industry Training Federation (2008). Investing in Skills and Productivity: The Contribution of Industry Training Organisations. ITF, Wellington.

Lloyd, C (2008). Recruiting for Fitness: Qualifications and the Challenges of an Employer-Led System, Journal of Education and Work, v21 n3 p175-195 Jul 2008.

Bosworth, D; Jones, P; Wilson, R (2008). The Transition to a Highly Qualified Workforce, Education Economics, v16 n2 p127-147 Jun 2008

Department of Labour & The Industry Training Federation (2008). The Skills-Productivity Nexus: Connecting Industry Training and Business Performance. Department of Labour, Wellington.

OECD (2003). Working Paper 3. The role of national qualifications systems in promoting lifelong learning. OECD: Paris.

OECD (2009). Working Paper 18. Employers’ Perspectives on the Roles of Human Capital Development and Management in Creating Value. OECD; Paris

OECD (2008). Working Paper 19. Job-related training and benefits for individuals: review of evidence and explanations. OECD; Paris.

Smith, A et al (2008). Approaches to Measuring and Understanding Employer Training Expenditure. National Centre for Vocational Education Research, Adelaide.

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