Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://repository.ucc.edu.co/handle/ucc/2836
Title: The process of individual post-training learning: a multilevel mechanism at the crossroads of the theories of organizations and education
The process of individual post-training learning: a multilevel mechanism at the crossroads of the theories of organizations and education
Author: Corvasce, Caroline
Keywords: crossed provisions; learning; organization relationship with knowledge; training.
crossed provisions; learning; organization relationship with knowledge; training.
Description: Introduction: The purpose of this study is to understand how individuals who have completed professional training continue to learn within their organizations. We have tried to analyze the mechanisms at work when a professional returns to the workplace and hypothesized that a multilevel analysis including the individual, the group and the organization would enable us to gain an overall view of the entire process. Methodology: For this, we have correlated organizational theories and a theory taken from education sciences in order to understand the role of cooperation in the individual learning process. We held 14 clarification interviews with professionals who had taken training courses concerning the disabled. Results: The results showed us that the group and work organization are key factors in the process leading to the recognition of individuals’ professionality. Conclusions: We thus plan to demonstrate that the effectiveness of training also depends on the organizational context in which learning is pursued.
Introduction: The purpose of this study is to understand how individuals who have completed professional training continue to learn within their organizations. We have tried to analyze the mechanisms at work when a professional returns to the workplace and hypothesized that a multilevel analysis including the individual, the group and the organization would enable us to gain an overall view of the entire process. Methodology: For this, we have correlated organizational theories and a theory taken from education sciences in order to understand the role of cooperation in the individual learning process. We held 14 clarification interviews with professionals who had taken training courses concerning the disabled. Results: The results showed us that the group and work organization are key factors in the process leading to the recognition of individuals’ professionality. Conclusions: We thus plan to demonstrate that the effectiveness of training also depends on the organizational context in which learning is pursued.
Publisher: Fondo Editorial, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
Appears in Collections:Revista Memorias

Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.


Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.