Vocational education and training (VET) is at the heart of the skills revolution that is indispensable for a just recovery as well as the digitalisation and ‘greening’ of Europe’s economy, Cedefop Executive Director Jürgen Siebel told participants of a high-profile event organised by the European Business Network for Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility (CSR Europe).
The highlight of the Skillsnet e-bulletin's May-January 2021 issue is the joint visit by European Commission Vice President Schinas and Commissioner Schmit.
High quality and inclusive continuing vocational education and training (CVET) is a priority for the next decade, and skills intelligence fit for the future is essential to achieve this goal.
Cedefop research shows that a strong national skills system may contribute to more resilient labour markets in times of crisis.
The highlight of the Skillsnet e-bulletin's January - April 2021 issue is the next-generation skills intelligence to drive recovery in Europe.
Analysis from the Cedefop skills forecast shows that in most countries with a growing elderly population, health sectors are not expected to expand accordingly by 2030.
Predicting skills trends in a rapidly changing labour market is a cornerstone of policy-making, and Cedefop organised a high-level conference on 13 April to reflect on how to develop further its skills intelligence research and tools in the coming years.
The crucial role of skills intelligence in today’s turbulent labour market will be the focus of a high-level conference organised by Cedefop on 13 April.
Cedefop’s European skills index (ESI) helps predict EU countries’ success in developing green skills by linking a solid national skills development system with faster transition to a green economy.
The Cedefop skills forecast predicts that almost 7 million EU jobs will be lost or not created due to the coronavirus pandemic over the period 2019-22.