Factors Influencing the Use of Quality Assurance Data in Dutch (I)VET for the Health Care Sector
In its current shape senior secondary vocational education has existed since 1996. Before that date, two types of senior secondary education co-existed: the apprenticeship system and senior secondary vocational education organised in schools. The apprenticeship system offered professional training courses in a great number of branches of industry, and was characterised by a combination of learning in practice and learning in school. Senior secondary vocational education in schools dates from the 1950s, when schools for senior secondary technical education were established. At a later stage secondary vocational schools were also founded for other sectors like economics and social services.