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Les artisans et le CAP : une conversion tardive (1920-2000)

Abstract : The CAP (vocational training certificate) has long been unpopular with craftsmen. It was regarded as an initiative of the State to impose its vision of vocational training and an attempt of large companies to promote the industry against workmanship. The gradual expansion of courses over the past three decades has changed this opinion. Drawing on the exploitation of the press for craftsmen and the archives of a chamber of trade based in the western part of France, this article examines how craftsmen have eventually promoted the CAP after much criticism.
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Marc Suteau. Les artisans et le CAP : une conversion tardive (1920-2000). Revue Française de Pédagogie, INRP/ENS éditions, 2012, pp.43-52. ⟨10.4000/rfp.3777⟩. ⟨hal-03257214⟩



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