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dc.contributor.authorFoundation VET reform in Estonia / Estonian National Observatory
dc.date.accessioned2014-05-16T09:02:18Z
dc.date.available2014-05-16T09:02:18Z
dc.date.issued2002
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10062/40721
dc.description.abstractCurrently there are two main categories of teachers in VET schools – VET teachers and teachers of general education subjects. The former status of two different kinds of VET teachers – the professional subject teacher, and the training master has been replaced by one VET teacher category by the Regulation No 18 of the Minister of Culture and Education the Statute of a VET Teacher/Trainer of 26 May 1995.VET teachers have to carry out workshop training and teach professional subjects as well. In 2000/01 academic year, there were 84 VET schools in Estonia – 62 in public (of which 59 administered by the Ministry of Education), 2 in the municipal and 17 in private ownership. The following statistical data covers only the public schools under the administration of the Ministry of Education. Information on the teachers of the remaining VET schools is not available.et
dc.language.isoenet
dc.publisherSihtasutus Eesti Kutsehariduse Reform Hariduse ja Tööhõive Seirekeskuset
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.subjectvocational educationet
dc.subjectvocational teacherset
dc.subjectreviewset
dc.subjectteacher competencyet
dc.subjectteacher traininget
dc.subjecte-learninget
dc.subjectteachinget
dc.subjectõpetamineet
dc.subjecte-õpeet
dc.subjectõpetajakoolituset
dc.subjectõpetajakompetentset
dc.subjectülevaatedet
dc.subjectkutseõpetajadet
dc.subjectkutsehariduset
dc.titleInformation Collection on the Situation of VET Teachers and Trainers in Candidate Countrieset
dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/workingPaper
dc.typeWorking Paperet


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