5 results for Lincoln University, Dalziel, Paul C., Conference item

  • Transition from school to work

    Dalziel, Paul C.

    Conference item
    Lincoln University

    In this session I want to talk about ‘the big picture’ behind careers education in New Zealand.–Why is careers education important?–How is it changing?–What does it mean for young people ‘in transition’ from school to work?–What does it mean for their careers educators?

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  • Education employment linkages literature review

    Higgins, Jane F.; Vaughan, K.; Phillips, Hazel; Dalziel, Paul C.

    Conference item
    Lincoln University

    How can formal support systems best help young New Zealanders make good education-employment linkages to benefit themselves, their communities, and the national economy, in school communities, regional communities, Māori and Pasifika communities, and in employer-led channels? This literature review cover aspects of identity, discovery and development of abilities, opportunities and structures, and the linking of education and employment.

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  • What is worth fighting for in education: An economist's view

    Dalziel, Paul C.

    Conference item
    Lincoln University

    Addressing the theme of the conference as an economist, questions about worth and what we therefore value are key economic issues. Many of the policies that currently seem to be creating a combativeenvironment for education has to do with the value placed by the government on“economic growth”, but there are other values that need to be protected.

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  • Skills in the economy and skill development for industry

    Dalziel, Paul C.

    Conference item
    Lincoln University

    This presentation is based on two published reports titled; Leveraging training skills development in SMEs: an analysis of Canterbury region, New Zealand, available at: http://hdl.handle.net/10182/2425 and Education employment linkages: perspectives from employer-led channels, available at: http://hdl.handle.net/10182/2424

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  • Choosing career pathways: identity, abilities and support

    Higgins, Jane F.; Dalziel, Paul C.; Vaughan, K.; Phillips, Hazel

    Conference item
    Lincoln University

    On 22 March 2007, FRST announced itwas funding a $2 million five-year researchprogramme on education employmentlinkages for youth in New Zealand. This presentation introduces the EELprogramme and describe the results of itsfirst year of research. Central to the research is the suggestion that there is a significant amount ofeducation-employment mismatch.

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