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|Author/s:||Park, Young-Bum; Chung, Ji-Sun|
|Published:||2013 in Seoul, Republic of Korea|
This report examines the factors that have contributed to the economic growth of Korea in the latter half of the 20th century, especially the role played by vocational education and training (VET). Korea's economic development through its development of its human resources is seen as a benchmark for developing nations and Korea is willing to share its expertise in this area.
Chapters in this volume are as follows: Social and economic background of Korea and VET; Vocational education system; Vocational training system; Evaluation of vocational training; Trends and issues of career education in Korea; Vocational qualifications system.