Some 20 European experts (European Commission, social partners, researchers, guidance providers, trainers and administrators) were invited by Cedefop to attend this event.
This report documents the progress of European countries in implementing the priorities identified by the May 2004 Education Council Resolution on guidance throughout life (Council of the European Union, 2004).
For more than 20 years, Cedefop has managed the study visits of the Leonardo da Vinci programme, on behalf of and in close collaboration with the European Commission and national liaison officers. The programme provides a forum for discussion, exchange and learning on themes of common interest at EU level and serves to improve the understanding of specific aspects of vocational training. The current publication provides information on the study visits which had been organised in 2005
The decline in vocational education and training students and graduates
European Union (EU) Member States use various tax incentives to encourage individuals and enterprises to invest in education and training.
Today Cedefop launches its new visual identity and logo, which will be applied to all its activities.
The third biennial European E-Skills Conference - organised by the European Commission and Cedefop in partnership with the E-Skills Industry Leadership Board – is to discuss how to implement the long-term e-skills agenda for Europe outlined in the Commission’s 2007 Communication, E-Skills for the 21st century: Fostering competitiveness, growth and jobs, and the Conclusions on a long-term e-skills strategy adopted by the Competitiveness Council of Ministers in November 2007.