A new electronic platform for data collection on transition and employability of IVET and CVET graduates was recently developed by the department of Secondary Technical and Vocational Education and Training (Cyprus’ education ministry).
The ‘shop-school’ S.Kool has been hosting its second edition since the end of October. 10 new apprentice salespeople hope to launch their career through an innovative arrangement combining theoretical training and practical application in a Brussels concept store.
With ViewStat users can produce time series based on statistics produced by view.brussels on unemployment and employment opportunities in the Brussels’ Region. They can also view these data in the form of pivot tables that take customized variables into account such as place of residence (municipalities in the Brussels Region), age brackets, education level, etc.).
Since 15 November 2019, it has been possible in Austria to assign non-legally regulated qualifications to the national qualifications framework (NQF). This means that all qualifications can now be allocated to the NQF – regardless of whether they are the responsibility of a ministry or a private provider.
The ‘Bucovina’ Câmpulung Moldovenesc forestry college learners ranked third among their peers from 17 countries  at the international competition in forestry skills in Sweden in May 2019.
Being aware of the key role of digital, entrepreneurial and transversal skills in securing the success of vocational education and training (VET) learners, Romania has recently revised the initial VET qualifications to include key competences in the training standards that define them.
Since 2014, the situation in the labour market for young people aged 15 to 29 has improved as more NEETs (not in employment, education and training) have become economically active.
The pilot project on recognition of in-company training processes in vocational and higher education is the first initiative of its kind.
Two flagship initiatives for the modernisation of education address vocational and general education components of VET.
The national continuing education strategy was jointly adopted in mid-2019 by the Federal Government, federal states (Länder), industry, trade unions and the Federal Employment Agency.