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Face-to-Face or Distance Training: Two Different Approaches To Motivate SMEs to Learn
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Education & Training Volume 42, Number 4, ISSN 0040-0912

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Two approaches to training for small/medium-sized enterprises were compared: a British distance learning program and an Irish program offering face-to-face training for micro-enterprises. Both used constructivist, collaborative, and reflective methods. Advantages and disadvantages of each approach were identified. (SK)

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Lawless, N., Allan, J. & O'Dwyer, M. (2000). Face-to-Face or Distance Training: Two Different Approaches To Motivate SMEs to Learn. Education & Training, 42(4), 308. Retrieved February 24, 2020 from .

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