Eva Kyndt (PhD Educational Sciences) is an associate professor in human resource development and management at the Department for Training and Education Sciences (University of Antwerp, Belgium). The common thread in her research is the attention for the intersection between learning and working. More specifically, her expertise is situated in the area of workplace learning, transfer of training, social networks in organisations, knowledge management and the transition from education to work.
AbstractESF impact evaluation of the job discovery lab aims to evaluate the following three objectives of the job discovery lab: - Objective 1: Participants gain self awareness: What do I consider important with regard to my future workplace? What team role fits my personality? - Objective 2: Participants discover a diversity of professions active within the Port of Antwerp. - Objective 3: Participants are supported in finding information about job vacancies, coaching, and training relevant to working at the Port of Antwerp.
AbstractThis impact evaluation focuses on the goal of the VOKA Welt Duaal trajectory to stimulate the information exchange and network formation between the different stakeholders. De following research questions will be addressed: - Does the WELT-Duaal trajectory facilitate the activation of weak ties in the network of the stakeholders? - Does the WELT-Duaal trajectory lead to a more diverse network of the stakeholders?
- Promotor: Kyndt Eva