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Call for tenders: Study on attractiveness of European initial vocational education and training AO/RPA/MHRAB-TODUN-FFER/IVET attractiveness/003/11

The purpose of the study is to provide evidence to support policy decisions and actions at national and EU level by mapping, comparing and evaluating current policy initiatives and measures to increase attractiveness of initial education and training (IVET) in Europe.

The study takes place in the context of the follow-up to the Bruges Communiqué and the short-term deliverables 2011-2014 agreed there by ministers responsible for VET, European social partners and the European Commission.

The study should also contribute to a more coherent and deeper understanding of the multiple dimensions underlying IVET attractiveness and provide some recommendations for future actions. 

This call has been published in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Communities 2011/S 66-106105 of 05/04/2011.

 

 

Deadline of submitting tenders: 16/05/2011 (17h00 for hand-delivered tenders).

 

Requests for additional information/clarification should be received by 05/05/2011.  The answers to such requests, if any, will be published under this banner, therefore please visit Cedefop's website frequently for updates.

 

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Attachments

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Contract award notice (106.13 Kb)
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Clarifications 2 - IVET attractiveness (15.88 Kb)
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Clarification - Correction (1) - IVET attractiveness (16.07 Kb)
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Clarifications 1 - IVET attractiveness (60.48 Kb)
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Tender documents - IVET attractiveness (482.86 Kb)

Posted on 06/04/2011  | Last update on 21/10/2011 Back to list

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