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Costs and benefits of apprenticeship – A company perspective

Cedefop workshop, Thessaloniki, 24 and 25 November 2014

This workshop aims to:

  • review theoretical and methodological approaches for studying costs and benefits of apprenticeship at company level;
  • assess tools developed to calculate costs and benefits of (apprenticeship) training focusing on tools designed for individual use by employers;
  • discuss results of application of such tools in practice and feedback received from employers;
  • evaluate feasibility of devising a cost-benefit tool to be applied on a wider scale for European companies as an incentive to take on  apprentices.

The workshop will bring together researchers, social partners, government representatives, the European Commission and the European Investment Bank.

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Workshop agenda

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Background Information

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List of participants

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Participants’ short CVs

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01 - Tackling youth employment - The youth guarantee and the Εuropean alliance for apprenticeships, Norbert Schoebel, European Commission

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02 - Costs and benefits of apprenticeships - Review of available evidence, Manuela Samek, IRS, Italy

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03 - Methods involved in estimating returns for apprentices, firms and society at large, Stefan Speckesser, IES, UK

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04 - BIBB surveys on firms costs and benefits of apprenticeship training, Felix Wenzelmann, BIBB, Germany

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05 - Cost benefit surveys and tools - The Swiss experience, Juerg Schweri, SFIVET, Switzerland

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06 - Estimating the payback period for employer investments in apprenticeships - Evidence from the UK net costs and benefits of training to employers series of studies, Terence Hogarth, IER, UK

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07 - Measurement of human capital and benefits of investing in human capital in companies - Lessons from a pilot project, Justyna Nosko, PARP and Lukasz Sienkiewicz, SGH, Poland

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08 - Cost effectiveness of apprenticeship schemes - Making the business case for apprenticeships, Robert Plummer, BUSINESSEUROPE

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09 - New EIB's initiatives to finance private sector investments in apprenticeships and VET, Rien Wagenvoort, EIB

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10 - Money for something - For the future workforce, Tamas Janko, Ministry of Economy, Hungary and Kurt Schmid, IBW, Austria

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Event Details

24/11/2014 to 25/11/2014
Thessaloniki
Greece
Workshop
Invitation only
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