In Finland, the government is currently undertaking vocational education and training (VET) system reform, which aims to renew VET legislation and the financing system, and to promote learning at the workplace. This reform is planned to come into force in 2018.
Vocational education and training (VET) plays a key role in the Danish strategy for lifelong learning and meeting the challenges of globalisation and technological change.
Vocational education and training (VET) is, by tradition, central to France’s adopted priorities: guilds first appeared in the Middle Ages and apprenticeship in the 19th century.
Vocational education and training (VET) has always represented a fundamental part of the Czech education system. Benefiting from a long tradition of quality, it has developed intensively over recent decades. In the past five years curricula have been reformed and modernised.
Swedish vocational education and training (VET) includes programmes and study pathways within upper secondary education and non-academic and academic tertiary education.
The six-page guide presents Poland's vocational education training (VET) system. The system's management and administration has a three-level structure.
Traditionally, vocational education and training (VET) has been a strong pillar of the Slovak education system. Despite growing interest in general education, participation in secondary VET is still among the highest in the EU.