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28/05/2010

At 24%, the risk of poverty for low-skilled people is almost twice as high as for the medium-skilled.

30/04/2010

By 2020, most new jobs will be high level-managerial and technical jobs, but many craft workers will need to be replaced too

31/03/2010

Whilst foreign language learning stagnates overall, the number of languages being learned by VET students has increased in many countries.

09/03/2010

Systematic use of training management tools in enterprises helps identify training needs, boosts participation and improves training effectiveness.

03/02/2010

Cost is only the third most important obstacle that prevents adults in Europe from participating in education and training. But its importance varies across countries.

07/01/2010

More than 50% of European upper secondary students are enrolled in vocational education, but considerable differences persist between countries.

15/12/2009

An additional 1.5 million since low of March 2008 takes EU youth unemployment to 5.5 million.

27/11/2009
Companies provide the largest part of non formal learning activities in almost all countries (where final data are available).

Lifelong learning is fundamental to jobs and growth, but also to social inclusion. Monitoring progress in lifelong learning, based on statistics and indicators, is essential to identify gaps and to develop future strategies. Taken together, data from the European Adult Education Survey (AES), the European Labour Force Survey (LFS) and the European Continuing Vocational Training Survey (CVTS) form a complete system of EU statistics on lifelong learning.

27/11/2009

Increase in unemployment rate for low-educated makes them three times more likely to be unemployed than the tertiary-educated

27/11/2009

The Internet is where most people find information on learning possibilities.

27/11/2009

Projections for 2020 indicate that the EU will have an extra 26 million high and medium qualified people in the labour force aged 25 and over.

27/11/2009

Continuing vocational training is an important means of helping workers to acquire new or better skills. It is central to the Copenhagen process and related European VET policy.

27/11/2009

But people with tertiary-level education are twice as likely as those of medium level to look for such information.

27/11/2009

In recent years, the share of the European Union population that access the Internet at least once a week has grown continuously, from 36% in 2004 to 56% in 2008. But the disparity between lower- and higher-educated users remains unchanged. In 2008, only one third of the lower-educated - compared to a little over four-fifths of the higher-educated - accessed the Internet.

27/11/2009
Lifelong learning stagnated in the European Union between 2004 and 2008: only one in ten adults participates in education and training

This indicator expresses the proportion of people aged between 25-64 that stated they received education or training in the four weeks prior to being surveyed. This indicator can also be broken down by age or sex, and could be complemented by indicators from the Adult Education Survey that look at subjects of lifelong learning and the main provider of this activity.

27/11/2009

Job-related non-formal learning focuses on social sciences, business and law, services and health and welfare.

27/11/2009
The challenge of measuring the impact of in-service training on business performance

Employers need to evaluate training outcomes in order to assess the impact of the training provided and to identify shortcomings.

27/11/2009
Expenditure on public and private educational institutions per student, at secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary levels of education, 2005

Expenditure on initial vocational education and training helps provide information on the importance and efficiency of the different education system streams. An improvement in public and private investment in VET was specifically called for in the Helsinki Communiqué.

27/11/2009

More than double the average number of hours of continuing vocational training is provided to people working in financial intermediation.

27/11/2009

2010 aim that 85% of young people will have completed at least upper secondary education is unlikely to be met

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