Educación, empleo y trabajo en la industria de la construcción en Buenos Aires: un estudio de la capacidad de sustitución de la educación formal por aprendizaje en el trabajo

Educación, empleo y trabajo en la industria de la construcción en Buenos Aires: un estudio de la capacidad de sustitución de la educación formal por aprendizaje en el trabajo

Publisher: IIEP
Serie: IIPE Informe de investigación del IIPE
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This report is a follow-up to a research undertaken in 1981-82 with the support of the International Development Research Center of Canada, about the occupational insertion of middle level technicians in the building industry. The methodological approach chosen consists basically in studying, through individual interviews, a sample of 81 persons pertaining to various generations, with different educational and occupational levels, and who are considered as "border line cases"("casos limitrofos"), in the sense that are able to hold technological jobs in the building sector although they have not received a formal technical education. The so-called "border line cases" cover three different categories: managers (self-made), foremen and "idoneos", i.e. people who where trained within their own family. They are compared to the occupational insertion of full-fledged technicians working in ten companies of the building sector. This comparative analysis shows, that, while formal technical training, is essential for employed technicians having responsability as regards decision-making or engineering skills, the possibility of substituting on-the-job training to formal training varies when it comes to "idoneo", foremen and managers, according to a number of factors. The study concludes that, in general terms, the role of non-formal training is to be seen more as a complement than as a substitute for formal training.

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Authors Gallart, María Antonia/Quilici, Inés
Country Argentina
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Date of publication 1986
Number of pages 166 p.

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