Examines the role that education and training have played in Japan1s transformation from a preindustrial agrarian society in the late 19th century to one of the leading industrial nations some 100 years later. It provides as well some lessons for developing countries. Contents: the role of schools and training institutes in the formation of manpower, the role of companies in the upgrading and utilization of manpower, and conclusion. Extensive charts and tables.Therefore, in these colleges, students can get higher education immediately after the completion of compulsory education. Compared with the combined school hours of upper secondary school (general course) and university for seven years, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Education & Training of Industrial Manpower in Japan|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1985-10-01|