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Trends in VET policy in Europe 2010-12

Progress towards the Bruges communiqué
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European countries have set themselves 22 specific goals by 2014 to support their long-term vision for vocational education and training (VET). This report is a first step in understanding progress by mid-2012 towards these goals, endorsed in 2010 in the Bruges communiqué to help achieve the Europe 2020 agenda.

Attention has clearly focused on helping young people remain in, and return to, education and training through work-based learning routes. Building on their joint work in the last decade, countries have advanced in setting up qualifications frameworks and devising approaches to assure quality in VET, but much work is still in the planning stage. More attention to the professional development of VET staff, better monitoring of VET labour market outcomes, and considering incentives where appropriate, could help progress in the coming years.


Trends in VET policy in Europe 2010-12

TI-BA-12-003-EN-NISBN: 978-92-896-1149-720/12/20121.2 MB

Trends in VET policy in Europe 2010-12 (ebook)

TI-BA-12-003-EN-EISBN: 978-92-896-1150-312/02/20132.23 MB

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