Work Based Learning Combined with E-Learning for Acquisition of Management Competences

Alfredo Vieira Soeiro

Abstract


Partners in E-View project developed and piloted a European Virtual Campus aimed at learners in the work place which focused on enhancing their management skills and competences within a European context. The project began with a needs analysis followed by the creation of the Virtual Campus Framework. This framework utilized a customised open source delivery methodology and a work-based learning module based on the needs analysis aimed at training managers in European enterprises. The module with an emphasis on working within Europe was piloted with about one hundred employees in the UK, Poland, Portugal and Ireland involving four employers. Concrete outcomes from E-View included a Virtual Campus Framework for Work-based learning (WBL) with a sample undergraduate module, two rounds of pilot courses and an online handbook with a description of the experiences gained in creating and delivering this course in the Virtual Campus Framework for Work-based Learning. Webinars were delivered and recorded to illustrate the procedures.

Keywords


Virtual campus, work-based learning, management competences, learning model, e-learning

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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC) – ISSN: 1867-5565
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