VET reforms, their socio-economic context, as well as trends beyond 2010 are addressed. Working papers are available to download, for volumes 1 and 2.
On 8 May, Cedefop opens its doors to senior secondary and tertiary establishments of the greater Thessaloniki area, inviting pupils and students, along with their teachers and professors, to find out more about vocational education and training in the European Union. The event is being held on the occasion of Europe Day.
A new, landmark study on the impact of an emerging global green economy on the world of work says efforts to tackle climate change could result in the creation of millions of new green jobs in the coming decades.
The Agora conference held on 11,12 of June at Cedefop, Matching skills and jobs: anticipating needs in challenging times, focused on a very timely issue: the supply of skills on the EU labour market in the next ten years. The conference, which was co-organised with the European Commission, centred on the recent Commission initiative, New Skills for New Jobs, which confirms the need for forecasting studies, and on Cedefop’s companion publication to last year’s forecast of the demand for skills, Skill supply in Europe: Medium-term forecast until 2020, which was published on 9 June.