Measuring Client Progression in Adult Guidance

Hearne, Lucy (2007) Measuring Client Progression in Adult Guidance. The Adult Learner: The Journal of Adult and Community Education in Ireland (June).

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Abstract

Currently, in the field of guidance relevant stakeholders including guidance practitioners, educators and policy makers, have identified progression for adults in education and employment as one of the key outcomes of educational guidance. Lifelong guidance is now inextricably linked with lifelong learning as a mechanism to enhance individual mobility in the workforce for future economic growth. However, the current policy requirement for measurable data through positivistic methods of analysis may not provide a true reflection of individual progression. Methodologies generating extensive qualitative data in the longitudinal tracking of clients in adult guidance provision are now required. This is the topic of current research which aims to determine whether progression can be effectively measured within longitudinal tracking systems in adult guidance.

Item Type: Article
Departments or Groups: *NONE OF THESE*
Divisions: School of Education > Department of Adult and Continuing Education
Date Deposited: 25 Jul 2007 15:33
Last Modified: 22 Aug 2016 10:25
URI: http://repository.wit.ie/id/eprint/89

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