28 avril 2015

Three Ingredients to Standing Out in the Adult Student Marketplace

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. As the size of high school graduating classes decreases in many parts of the country, the competition to attract non-traditional students has become increasingly intense. Although adult learning theory has advanced significantly and many colleges and universities understand how to advise, teach and retain adult students once they recruit them, attracting the attention of non-traditional students is much more of a challenge. More...

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17 mars 2015

Relevance and Responsiveness: Keys to Success in the Corporate Training Marketplace

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. Recent estimates peg the value of the formal corporate learning marketplace at $177 billion, with even more being invested in informal employee education. As the economy becomes more and more knowledge-based, professional development and ongoing employee education will become even greater corporate priorities than they are now. More...

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02 mars 2015

Comment anticiper une forte reprise du marché de l’emploi ?

LogoPar . Si demain une reprise économique se concrétise, au moins dans certains secteurs économiques, sous l’effet de facteurs favorables (baisse du cout de l’énergie, retour de l’euro à un taux de change plus raisonnable, etc.), la question de l’anticipation de cette reprise doit être envisagée.
Le système, après une période de rétraction entamée en 2008, ne semble pas forcément adapté et prêt pour fluidifier le recrutement sur des centaines de milliers de postes, remplacement sur des postes existants et création de nouveaux postes, mêlés. Voir l'article...

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21 décembre 2014

The ‘Job Market’ That Is Not One

subscribe todayBy Marc Bousquet. This year marked the 25th anniversary of the most infamous academic-labor study of all time, "Prospects for the Faculty in Arts and Sciences." The study, led by William Bowen, then president of Princeton University, set itself the task of projecting "demand and supply" for faculty a full quarter-century into the future—forecasting the so-called job market right up into our present decade. More...

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01 décembre 2014

Le marché de la formation professionnelle continue de La Réunion en 2012

La DIECCTE de La Réunion a publié les derniers chiffres de l’activité des organismes de formation de La Réunion.
Le Service Régional de Contrôle de la Direction des Entreprises, de la Concurrence, de la Consommation, du Travail et de l'Emploi de La Réunion (Pôle entreprises - emploi - économie) a réalisé les derniers statistiques du marché de la formation professionnelle continue de La Réunion sur l'activité des organismes de formation de La Réunion en 2012 sur l'analyse des bilans pédagogiques et financiers (BPF) des exercices 2009 à 2012 renseignés par les prestataires de formation professionnelle continue à La Réunion. Voir l'article...

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24 novembre 2014

Job tests for graduates grow in Indian market

By Paul Fain, for Inside Higher Ed. Angst over the perceived “skills gap” and a dearth of trained workers is growing. Meanwhile, many complain that typical college transcripts say little about what someone knows and can do in the workplace. More...

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12 novembre 2014

Activity heats up in student information system market

University Business LogoBy Matt Zalaznick. A potentially positive higher ed economic indicator is that more institutions purchased student information systems in 2013 than had done so in any year since 2008, according to a recent market analysis by The Tambellini Group. More...

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12 octobre 2014

Vince Cable attempts to woo Indian student market

By . Vince Cable is announcing a new set of measures designed to stem the fall in Indian students choosing to study in the UK. More...

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28 septembre 2014

How the Changing Non-Traditional Marketplace is Forcing Universities to Make Tough Decisions

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. We believe our greatest advantage is the quality product we offer. We’re also aware that this needs to continue to evolve, we need to innovate, we need to bring in new technologies, analytics, competency-based education, to be constantly improving the education we provide our working adults. To do that we need to generate revenues to invest in improving that quality. The only way [to do this], given that we get very little state support, is to invest in the always-evolving academic programs we offer. The only way we can generate those revenues is by growing. More...

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Musings on the Future of Higher Ed: The Best of Times

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. As reviewed in the first of this two-part series, higher education is stressing from the impact of changing market conditions, economic pressure on cost controls and students ability to pay, increased public policy accountability demands and a more regulatory approach to accreditation, and the challenges presented by the digital revolution. More...

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