AbstractThis study addresses the concept of developing professionalism and its association with instructional practice. It was conducted against a backdrop of political change affecting the military and the vocational education sector between 2006 and 2014. The political decision to revitalise the Army Reserve will place the organisation under greater levels of scrutiny and is likely to result in an increased focus on professionalism. This may be directed at both individual and organisational levels thus understanding the perceptions from a practitioner level can inform future training and support.
|Date of Award||Nov 2014|
Professionalism and practice: the development of situational vocational professional identity amongst UK Army reserve instructors
Dynes, J. (Author). Nov 2014
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis