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Bloom's taxonomy

Overview page. Subjects: Education — Human Resource Management.

Bloom's taxonomy identifies a hierarchy of cognitive skills that can be developed through the process of learning. The classification is as follows: (1) knowledge (simple knowledge of...

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employability

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Is the possession of marketable skills and attributes by an employee that are in demand from employers. The seeming decline of the job for life has led to increased interest in the concept...

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homework

Overview page. Subjects: Education — Human Resource Management.

Tasks related to their school studies which pupils are expected to complete outside school hours. All schools are required to have a homework policy, which is drawn up to promote the...

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learndirect

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management — Education.

Is an e-learning network established and operated by the UK government's University for Industry. The network provides access to courses and advice for individuals and businesses. Since its...

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Learning and Skills Council

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(LSC)

The national body in England that assumed responsibility for the planning and funding of all post-16 education and training in 2001. The council oversees a network of nine...

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learning organization

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An organization that is dedicated to the idea of continuous learning and improvement. Such an organization will see the training and development of its work force as a major priority, will...

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learning style

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Refers to the particular ways in which individuals engage in learning. Occupational psychologists Peter Honey and Alan Mumford have identified four learning styles favoured by different...

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Leitch Report (2006)

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management — Education.

Lord Sandy Leitch was tasked by the UK government in 2004 to review the UK's long‐term skills needs. The final Leitch Report, Prosperity for All in the Global Economy: World Class Skills,...

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lifelong learning

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Is the concept that employees need continually to update their knowledge and skills in order to ensure they are employable in the future. It stems from the view that the pace of change has...

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London allowance

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A premium payment made by some organizations to their employees who work in London. It is designed to offset the higher cost of living in the area. Some commentators argue that this...

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