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15/03/2011
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To mark three years of intensive European cooperation in adult learning policy, in which Cedefop has been actively involved, and to review the results achieved through the implementation of the Adult Learning Action Plan, the European Commission organised a conference in Budapest which discussed...

15/03/2011
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An international group of research and labour market experts found that Cedefop’s skill forecasts are a reliable and useful indicator of how the EU labour market is developing.

14/03/2011
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On 17 March Cedefop held its Agora conference, A bridge to the future: European vocational and training policy 2002-10, on how vocational education and training policy can help promote employment, growth and social inclusion. The conference, hosted by the European Economic and Social Committee (...

08/03/2011
Commission Staff Working Paper
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03/03/2011
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Cedefop’s study visits team organised a workshop on ‘Enhancing quality in schools and VET institutions’ in Bonn on 17 and 18 February.

02/03/2011
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Cedefop’s Study Visits team organised an international seminar on how to support young people entering the labour market in Thessaloniki on 28 February and 1 March.

28/02/2011
Type: Statistics and graphs

One in 20 staff is an apprentice in Germany and Austria, compared with less than one in every hundred in many other countries.

22/02/2011
Type: News
22/02/2011
Type: News

The recession, migration and different policy scenarios can influence Europe’s skill demand and supply, but to different extents

21/02/2011
ReferNet Latvia
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On 17 February 2011, a soldering learning laboratory was opened at the Riga Technical College in Riga, Latvia. This laboratory may be considered one of the most modern in the Baltic States.

17/02/2011
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Cedefop’s work on skills has contributed significantly to the Agenda for New Skills and Jobs, one of the flagship initiatives of the European Union’s new strategy for education and training, Europe 2020. But how are the forecasts used in the Member States? An in what ways can European skill...

10/02/2011
ReferNet Portugal
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It was decided in November 2010 that all unemployed citizens without 12 years of schooling (compulsory education level) should be directed to a suitable training path.

09/02/2011
Type: News
07/02/2011
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Would you like to explore education and training issues with your peers in other European countries? Are you interested in expanding your professional network? Do you wish to learn more about education and training policy and practice across Europe? Then perhaps it’s time to take part in the EU’...

04/02/2011
ReferNet Lithuania
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Lithuanian museums work to prepare educational programmes, many of which are for nursery-school children, infants and pupils. However, the idea of lifelong learning is spreading. Educational programmes must include different groups of visitors: families, national minorities, disabled and elderly...

04/02/2011
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Learning outcomes-based curricula are meant to be holistic, flexible, motivating and inclusive both for teachers and learners. But if they are to be successful, teachers must be properly trained, leaning environments must be properly designed and learning outcomes must be carefully defined and...

04/02/2011
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What is it that the decentralised EU agencies do, and how does their work affect citizens’ lives? An exhibition at the European Parliament explored some of the issues they work on. One of the themes was innovation for employment. Cedefop was there to discuss how vocational education and training...

04/02/2011
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Βetween 1998 and 2008, occupational polarisation emerged for the first time in Europe not only in terms of low- and high-paid jobs: labour demand rose for both high-skilled and elementary jobs.

03/02/2011
The employment dimension of tackling climate change
Type: News
02/02/2011
ReferNet Latvia
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On 14 February 2011, the Academic Information Centre organises a conference entitled "Referencing the Latvian education system to the European Qualifications Framework", in Riga, Latvia. The Academic Information Centre acts as the National Coordination Point for referencing the...

01/02/2011
Type: News

The latest issue of ECVET Magazine is available for download.

31/01/2011
ReferNet Lithuania
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During the adult education week, on 19 November 2010, the Lithuanian Association of Adult Education (LAAE) organised a videoconference devoted to the quality of non-formal and informal adult education.

28/01/2011
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The European Parliament is hosting an exhibition on the work and impact of the decentralised agencies of the European Union throughout this week.
In this context, Cedefop is organising a joint event with eight other decentralised EU agencies working in the fields of education, business and...

28/01/2011
ReferNet Lithuania
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Modular training programmes contribute to enhance the accessibility and attractiveness of vocational education and training (VET) as well as to promote its flexibility.

28/01/2011
Type: Statistics and graphs

The Internet is widely, and increasingly, consulted for self-directed learning, and for offers in education and training. But participation in online courses is still not common, and only rising slowly.

26/01/2011
ReferNet Hungary
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The programme for developing a lifelong guidance system in Hungary is part of the Social Renewal Operational Programme. The overall objective is to further develop career guidance and information tools available for all parties concerned and, as a result, to increase the labour market efficiency...

25/01/2011
ReferNet Hungary
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In 2010, the Institute for Economic and Enterprise Research of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Magyar Kereskedelmi és Iparkamara, Gazdaság- és Vállalkozáskutató Intézet) conducted its third research on vocational schools in the country.

25/01/2011
ReferNet Slovakia
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In the 1990s, links between VET schools and enterprises were broken because of, the dramatic restructuring of the national economy after the collapse of the command economy. Old institutional relations were broken and new ones were hard to establish. In the 2000s, a gradual economic revival...

24/01/2011
ReferNet Estonia
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The “Noor Meister (Young Master) 2010” skills competition in 10 specialties took place on 2 and 3 December 2010 as part of the Information Seminar “Teeviit” (Road Sign).

24/01/2011
ReferNet Estonia
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During the first week of November, the Foundation for Integration and Migration “Our People” (MISA) celebrated the successful conclusion of the work exchange programme.

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