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La normalisation et la certification dans la branche formation continue

Abstract : The training sector faces, actually, a new phase in which stabilization and improvement of
its functioning are the main purpose. Rather than increasing administrative power,
normalization appears the best opportunity toward improving supply quality.
This thesis investigates the importance of normalization and certification for co-ordination
in the branch of training. The main hypothesis of this research is to consider the diversity of
certifying quality institutions as contributing to structure the supply side. The theoretical
framework mobilises competence-based approach in order to clarify the contribution of
normalization and certification in enhancing both internal and external coherence of the firm.
The empirical analyses use the database which surveys the use of norms in the branch of
training (Cereq 1997). One of the main results is that the structural features of firms
exercising in the branch influence their adoption of quality norms. Moreover, we show that it
improves internal and external coherence of firms.
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Faten Loukil. La normalisation et la certification dans la branche formation continue. Economies et finances. Université des Sciences Sociales - Toulouse I, 2002. Français. ⟨tel-00011413⟩



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