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The manual offers information on vocational training planning, discusses the political and economic developments and interrelations and categorises the topic within the social context. It illustrates the guiding mechanisms of the vocational education system and informs about the correlation between supply and demand in the education market. The didactic structure and broad topic spectrum of the four parts of the book make this volume a useful textbook and encyclopaedia. Some of the articles are more basic, while others convey background information or discuss currently relevant social and education policy issues.
Each article offers a list of relevant bibliography and links, as well as explanations by the publishers, an extensive glossary and a keyword index spanning across all articles. Some of the authors from academia and practise are internationally recognised experts in their various fields.
The manual is aimed at practicians of vocational education and students of vocational and economic education and education management.