EDUCAÇÃO CORPORATIVA: NOVAS TECNOLOGIAS E O MERCADO DE TRABALHO

Alexandre S. Matos, Hortência de A. Gonçalves, Maria Tereza E. Oliveira, Zênia De Oliveira Nascimento

Abstract


DOI: 10.14684/intertech.13.2014.384-386

The corporate education presupposes the concept of open learning communities that aim the exchange of knowledge in an interpersonal and collective way, involving the correlation between theory and practice. From this perspective, enterprises started to assume an important role in people development, turning the organization boundaries more permeable and decreasing the gap between market and academy. It’s a change of paradigm that requires more agility, flexibility, social competence and creativity, favoring the potential of collaborators and helping in creation of corporate potential. The programs of corporate education, as a mean to developing people, face the challenge that is not only to attract the one who participates, but also to keep him in the process of improvement, lined in practices of teaching-learning that include information technologies and the group of abilities and competences that are necessary to the changes required by the labor market.

 

 

Index Terms - corporate education, new technologies, distance education.


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