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Developing a curriculum (DACUM)

Parent term: Curriculum

Developing a curriculum (DACUM) is an occupational analysis method aimed at the achievement of results that may be immediately applied to the development of training curricula. It has been specially promoted and developed by the Centre on Education and Training for Employment of the Ohio State University of the United States. For further information see: http://dacumohiostate.com/process.htm
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