Cedefop’s medium-term priorities set out the main areas of our work in 2012-2014, including how the Centre will support the modernisation of vocational education and training systems, its skills forecasting activities and its study of adult and work-based learning.

This period coincides with the timeframe for short-term results of the Bruges communiqué. To help implement them, the communiqué has entrusted Cedefop with a range of tasks.  But Cedefop’s work also relates to other actions in Europe 2020 flagship initiatives, such as the Agenda for New Skills for New Jobs, and to the wider policy framework.