Abstract

Wenger’s (1998) conception of social participation as a process of learning is the most difficult, yet essential, characteristic of health related work based learning programmes to capture. Informed by a socio-cultural perspective, this integrative model of work based learning applies to any participant at any level in any work context.

Keywords

work based learning, health and social care, innovative models of adult education, lifelong learning, practice knowledge

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Towards a New Model of Work Based Learning in Health and Social Care

Wenger’s (1998) conception of social participation as a process of learning is the most difficult, yet essential, characteristic of health related work based learning programmes to capture. Informed by a socio-cultural perspective, this integrative model of work based learning applies to any participant at any level in any work context.