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Resilience of Vocational Education and Training in Phases of External Shock – Experiences from the Corona Pandemic in Asian and European Skill Eco Systems

Karen Evans, Annette Ostendorf, Chompoonuh K. Permpoonwiwat (Eds.)

ISBN 978-3-99106-116-8
178 Seiten
2023, innsbruck university press • iup

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This anthology records research activities of the ASEM Research Network 2: Workplace learning. Right at the beginning of the pandemic, plans were made within the research network to examine this historically unique external shock in its impact on the systems of vocational skills production in the individual countries of the research network. All members were encouraged to closely follow the developments in the vocational education system already during the pandemic and to collect materials. For the scientific observations of the effects on the VET system of the respective countries, the so-called skill ecosystem perspective was used, which above all also establishes the connection of VET structures to the surrounding economic, legal, political, and social context. Specifically, the research questions focused on three aspects: how resilient the systems for development and assessment of vocational capabilities in the current and future workforce proved to be in the shock situation, which stabilising elements proved to be particularly helpful and which forced changes are still having an impact today. Finally, this research initiative has resulted in the contributions of this anthology, which refer to the skill ecosystems of Brunei, France, Germany, Latvia, Singapore, Thailand, England (and small islands in the British Isles), and Ukraine.

DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8

Karen Evans, Annette Ostendorf and Chompoonuh K. Permpoonwiwat
Introduction: Resilience of Vocational Education and Training in Phases of External Shock: Experiences from the Corona Pandemic in Asian and European Skill Eco Systems
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-01

Adeline YS Goh
Response, Re-evaluate and Redesign: The role of digitalisation in Brunei’s TVET resilience to Covid-19 pandemic
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-02

Padma Ramsamy-Prat
Resilience as a process that opens space for learning opportunities: Insights from French experiences in the pandemic
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-03

Ute-Maria Lang and Annette Ostendorf
Shared worry and action: VET resilience and the role of solidarity and institutional action in the German skill ecosystem during the pandemic
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-04

Irina Maslo, Svetlana Surikova, Rita Birzina
Challenges and demands of work-related VET education and training experiences during the Corona Pandemic: A retrospective Latvian Skill Ecosystem Study
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-05

Sahara Sadik
The Covid-19 pandemic and evolving barometers for resilience in Singapore’s vocational education and training (VET) system
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-06

Chompoonuh K. Permpoonwiwat and Chaturaphat Chantith
Adaptation of Thai TVET Learning in the Time of the Pandemic for S-Curve and New S-Curve Industries
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-07

Natasha Kersh, Andrea Laczik and Karen Evans
Addressing COVID-19 challenges through institutionalisation and innovation within an evolving skills ecosystem: contexts of England and small islands in the British Isles
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-08  

Sergiy Melnyk, Oleksii Oleksiuk, Vidmantas Tūtlys, Daiva Bukantaitė
Covid-19 and war implications for skill formation in Ukraine
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-09   

Contributors List
DOI: 10.15203/99106-116-8-10

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