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Ferdinando Zapparoli Vinicius Domenes ;Olhar de Professor 2004, 7 1

Autor: Irene Zapparoli Domenes

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Olhar de Professor ISSN: 1518-5648 olhardeprofessor@uepg.br Departamento de Métodos e Técnicas de Ensino Brasil Zapparoli Domenes, Irene; Zapparoli Vinicius Domenes, Ferdinando Vocational Higher Education and Training in Brazil and the Quality Control Olhar de Professor, vol.
7, núm.
1, 2004, pp.
161-186 Departamento de Métodos e Técnicas de Ensino Paraná, Brasil Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=68470112 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Vocational Higher Education and Training in Brazil and the Quality Control Cursos Seqüenciais no Brasil e o Controle de Qualidade Irene Domenes ZAPPAROLI* Ferdinando Vinicius Domenes ZAPPAROLI** ABSTRACT This research focuses the sequential courses, a way of vocational higher education introduced in Brazil in 1999.
The aim of this study is to show a general overview on vocational education in Brazil, the development of sequential courses, about the Brazilian universities and the representative institutions of category (syndicates, regional counseling, federations and confederations) and the quality control.
These courses, with two years lasting, were implemented to develop in the students older than sixteen the professional background.
These sequential courses are in the beginning phases of implementation, so there are not researches about them yet.
However, the interest in sequential courses is increasing since they were implemented.
Data from Ministry of Education point that in 1999 were offered one hundred seventy-eight courses in Brazil, meantime in 2002 the offering was six hundred twelve courses.
Although the data show the sequential courses have been well accepted by Brazilian students, it is not possible to notice, if they fulfill the students’ e...





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