Classifying apprenticeships in Europe. Towards a new conceptual framework for the changing notion of apprenticeshipBeitrag in Tagungsband
Bildung und Arbeitswelt, Band/Volume 35
Ort: Zürich: LIT Verlag
In: Deißinger, T./Hauschildt, U./Gonon, P./Fischer, S. (Eds.): Contemporary Apprenticeship Reforms and Reconfigurations, S. 33-36
Comparative studies on 'apprenticeships' in Europe increasingly cover a variety of programmes previously not considered under this heading, which has led to new confusions. The paper explores the potential of a new, functional classification of apprenticeship schemes on the basis of their underpinning training logic. It is argued that the typology can serve as an explanatory framework for ongoing changes in apprenticeship and may be used for the identification of similarities and common challenges.