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30/03/2012
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On 1February 2012,theBulgarian governmentapprovedtheNationalQualificationsFramework (NQF). It has been developed following the Recommendation of the European Parliament and the Council for establishment of the European qualifications framework (EQF) for lifelong learning.

30/03/2012
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During the international education exhibition ‘School 2012’ (1-4 March), the National Centre for Education arranged the ‘Young Professional 2012’ skills competition for vocational education students in Latvia. The event was held at the Kipsala International Exhibition...

30/03/2012
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Among 25-64 year-olds, those with low qualifications are less likely to participate in adult learning. In the EU, their participation rates have stagnated at 3.8 %

27/03/2012
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Find results of the skills forecast by occupation, qualification, age and gender: just click on the link or the skills forecast banner on the right. On each page you can also search for data by country.

27/03/2012
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For the third consecutive year, Cedefop is organising an international workshop on curriculum innovation and reform. This time the focus is on learners’ assessment.

27/03/2012
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Cedefop is pleased to be involved in Thessaloniki's ambitious plan to improve lifelong learning and skills development in the municipality. At a press conference held on 26 March, Mayor Yannis Boutaris and Cedefop’s Acting Director Christian Lettmayr announced that the two bodies will be...

27/03/2012
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Cedefop’s latest skill forecast shows that the European Union can expect a net increase in employment of 8 million new jobs between 2010 and 2020. Nearly ten times more job opportunities (around 75 million) will be generated to replace workers who leave the labour market. But skill mismatches...

27/03/2012
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The main findings of Cedefop’s latest skill demand and supply forecast for the European Union (1) (EU) for 2010-20 (Box 1), indicate that although further economic troubles will affect the projected number of job opportunities, the major trends, including a shift to more skill-intensive jobs and...

27/03/2012
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Understanding the dynamics of skill mismatch is a crucial component of Cedefop’s work on skills in the European labour market.

27/03/2012
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A study on skill needs and training has wider lessons for successful transition to a green economy.

22/03/2012
How to improve the quality and image of apprenticeships
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13/03/2012
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Cedefop has announced the results of its latest forecast on the demand and supply for skills. The event took place on 22 March at the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels.

02/03/2012
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In 2008, at least 20% of innovative enterprises in many EU countries had procedures in place to identify and reduce their environmental impact.

29/02/2012
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28/02/2012
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At the Green Skills Forum held in Paris on Monday, Cedefop presented findings from an 8-country study (forthcoming publication) and warned of an incipient skills shortage.

22/02/2012
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Green skills have been in the limelight for quite some time now. They are seen in many quarters as something akin to ICT skills: not just as specialist knowledge, but as key competencies that underlie a vast swathe of jobs across sectors. But the present crisis is leading to cutbacks in...

21/02/2012
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The 2011 monitoring report on developments in the European credit system for vocational education and training (ECVET).

20/02/2012
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The study visits programme for education and vocational training specialists and decision makers, part of the lifelong learning programme (2007-13), is an initiative of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education and Culture. Cedefop coordinates the programme at the European...

20/02/2012
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Cedefop’s achievements in 2011 and new priorities for 2012-14.

14/02/2012
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13/02/2012
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The latest issue of the ECVET Magazine is now available for download.

13/02/2012
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The ‘Noor Meister 2011’ (Young Master) skills competition took place on 1 and 2 December 2011 as part of the information seminar ‘Teeviit’ (Road Sign).

13/02/2012
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On 1 January 2012, changes were made to the organisation of vocational training for the unemployed following recent amendments to the Law to promote employment.

13/02/2012
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To encourage Lithuanian vocational education and training (VET) providers to share their good practice and promote VET, the Qualifications and VET Development Centre (Kvalifikacijų ir profesinio mokymo plėtros centras) launched a good practice competition. The winners were announced on 1...

13/02/2012
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Youth unemployment rates in Italy are among the highest in the EU. In December 2010, 29 % of 15-24 year-olds were unemployed. In December 2010, Italy’s national statistics service, Istat, reported that while the overall rate of unemployment rose by 0.2 % from 2009 to 2010, the rise in youth...

13/02/2012
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The new state maturitais designed to be more comparable, prestigious and objective. Itis also expected to become more pertinent for higher education institutions and employers.

13/02/2012
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