Fitting into Boxes: Proceduralisation and the Challenge to Diversity
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 3.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISSN: ISSN 1447-9532,
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Crina Virgona has worked in industry as an educator for close on 20 years. Her field was originally literacy and ESL. More recently she has worked in a broad range of industry consulting programs and in research. She has recently completed her PhD looking at the aspirations and the shortfall of the Industry Restructuring movement of the 1990s. Working with others in the Workplace Learning Initiatives team, she has researched areas of generic skills and the literacies of industry. These topics have direct bearing on questions of diversity and the directions of work and industry policy.
Peter Waterhouse is the managing director of an industry training and research company in Northcote. He has extensive experience as a researcher and educator in the workplace sector. He has led the organisation with a strong focus on the need for a critical voice in vocational education and has championed the role of the relational and contextual aspect of learning and leadership. His recent research into generic skills, employer attitudes to training, the changing nature of work and the literacies of the workplace supports an argument for social justice and principled educational values.
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