Profils d’apprenti· e· s reflétant des tensions de rôle en formation professionnelle en alternance en Suisse

Wenger, Matilde and Sauli, Florinda and Berger, Jean-Louis (2022) Profils d’apprenti· e· s reflétant des tensions de rôle en formation professionnelle en alternance en Suisse. Psychologie du Travail et des Organisations, 28 (1). pp. 73-86.

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Abstract

Role stress among apprentices are a key element in defining the quality of dual vocational education and training. However, few studies have examined the perceptions and importance of role tensions in this particular context. Accordingly, this contribution focuses on the role stress perceived by dual apprentices through a questionnaire survey. Latent profile analyses allowed to distinguish four apprentices’ profiles in terms of perceptions of role stress, ranging from minimal to prominent role stress. Differences in socio-demographic characteristics, motivation for choosing the training, professional identification, and intention to terminate the apprenticeship contract were also identified. The study provides information on the importance of considering apprentices as a heterogeneous population in terms of role stress, but also on the different motivational and identity issues associated with the profiles. Discussing such issues would also improve the learning experience.

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