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Type: Country-specific report
Publication date:
2019

A VET in Europe country report is part of a series of reports on vocational education and training (VET) produced by each EU Member State plus Norway and Iceland by members of ReferNet, a network...

16/12/2019
Type: News
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A recent study on the labour market success of vocational education and training (VET) and higher education (HE) graduates confirms that the higher the level of education and skills...

16/12/2019
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Vocational Skills Night (Oskuste ÖÖ) was held in Estonia on 17 October 2019 for the third time. This is a major event celebrating European vocational skills week, introducing vocational schools and promoting vocational...

16/12/2019
Type: News
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In 2021, compulsory education age will be extended from 16 to 18 according to the government programme. This will apply to all programmes at upper secondary level.

16/12/2019
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 On 21 of May 2019, the Ministry of education and the president of WorldSkills Luxembourg launched ‘Skills United’, a new joint campaign promoting vocational training and skills competitions in trades and professions in...

16/12/2019
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On 22 November 2019 stakeholders discussed the developments in adult education in the national forum ‘I work and learn’. Topics included among others: learning for employees at the workplace, involvement of employers in adult education, good practice examples in providing learning at...

13/12/2019
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The Department for Education has announced that new T Level qualifications will be rolled out in England from the 2020-21 school year onwards. These qualifications are aimed primarily at 16 to 19 year-olds and are set to become one of the main choices for post-16 education alongside...

12/12/2019
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Cedefop presented the main results of its CrowdLearn study ‘Skills formation and skill matching in online platform work’ to European policy-makers at its...

10/12/2019
Cedefop Brussels seminar with the Finnish Presidency of the European Union
Type: Évènement
Séminaire Permanent Representation of Finland to the EU, Avenue de Cortenbergh 80, Brussels Brussels, Belgium
10/12/2019
Type: News
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The new Cedefop database is the main source of information about vocational education and training (VET) systems in the European Union, Iceland and Norway.

Type: Publication
Type de publication:
Publication number:
8134
Publication date:
December 2019
Available languages:
EN

Cedefop’s skills forecast is the only source of comparable data on future employment trends across Europe.

Type: Publication
Type de publication:
Publication number:
8135
Publication date:
December 2019
Available languages:
EN

The 2018 European skills index (ESI) is a unique index that captures European countries’ performance in skill development, activation and matching.

02/12/2019
Type: News
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Comparing the content of qualifications across European countries is part of Cedefop’s work on understanding qualifications, initiated more than two decades ago.

27/11/2019
Type: News
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At the 2018 Euroskills Budapest competition, a single Brussels resident represented the successful Belgian delegation: Omar Lo, a young political refugee, had benefitted from training offered through one of the existing...

Results of an explorative study
Type: Publication
Type de publication:
Publication number:
4179
Publication date:
November 2019
Available languages:
EN

This report is the result of an explorative study, carried out at a time when interest in apprenticeship for adults was on the rise and research and evidence on the topic was scarce and fragmented.

25/11/2019 - 26/11/2019
Matching adult refugees’ skills with labour market needs for lawful and safe pathways to protection in the Netherlands
Type: Évènement

Cedefop’s project on Adult refugee legal mobility seeks to conceptualize and pilot a skills-based complementary pathway that allows lawful and safe pathways to...

Atelier VNO-NCW The Hague, Netherlands
15/11/2019
Type: News
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Icelandic universities saw a 45% increase in applications for teacher education during 2019, following the introduction of several measures.  

15/11/2019
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In March, Skills Iceland held its biannual VET fair for primary education learners, and a national exhibition in 30 different trades for current VET learners. Primary education learners attending received information from 33 different VET and tertiary-level schools and were encouraged to test...

15/11/2019
Type: News
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In addition to its commitment to excellence in vocational education and nurturing high performance standards and professionalism in its graduates, the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) is also dedicated to building...

15/11/2019
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Three new ministerial orders regulating the vocational training system for employment were published in the first quarter of 2019. They set quality requirements in training provision and its funding.

15/11/2019
Type: News
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Challenges faced by the Spanish youth population, such as low pay, high unemployment and low qualification levels, are the key drivers of the Action plan for youth employment put in place by the Ministry of Labour, Migration and Social Security to offer all young people better opportunities for...

15/11/2019
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The Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture has prepared a proposal for a quality strategy in vocational education and training until 2030.

13/11/2019
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On June 19, 2019, the Chamber of Deputies voted to amend the labour code and the Law Reforming Vocational Training (2008). The amended law entered into force on July 12 2019.

13/11/2019
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Companies involved in dual VET are entitled to a new financial benefit, the so-called direct payments, valid since the 2018/19 school year.

13/11/2019
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The Foundation for the Development of the Education System in partnership with the Educational Research Institute are carrying out the project...

13/11/2019
Type: News
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In August 2019, representatives of local governments, adult education coordinators and programme providers discussed the development of adult education policy and its implementation in the Latgale region, which has the highest unemployment rate in the country. This was the first round of the...

13/11/2019
Type: News
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In 2019, a new strategic ...

13/11/2019
Type: News
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The results of an Erasmus+ programme, implemented by the Regional Agricultural, Technical and Vocational School for Education and Training of Ammochostos/Avgorou, completed in early 2019, were recently disseminated by the...

05/02/2020 - 07/02/2020
Type: Évènement

The 17th  ReferNet annual Plenary meeting, planned in November 2019, was postponed to February 2020 to include the 30 new partners under the 2020-23 Framework Partnership...

Manifestation Thessaloniki, Greece
Type: Publication
Type de publication:
Publication number:
9143
Publication date:
October 2019
Available languages:
DE
EL
EN
ES
FI
FR
IT
PL
PT

It is widely accepted that digital innovation is changing work environments and occupational profiles, impacting on people’s learning and work. But how does it affect the way people can manage their careers, train and change jobs?

29/10/2019
Type: News
Type:

Vocational education and training (VET) in Finland is an attractive educational option. It is competence-based and learner-oriented.

A conceptual framework for a VET, skills and qualifications-based complementary pathway to protection
Type: Publication
Type de publication:
Publication number:
4178
Publication date:
October 2019
Available languages:
EN

Creating labour mobility opportunities allowing refugees to move lawfully from first asylum countries to receiving countries, based on their skills and qualifications and recipient labour market needs, is a policy idea that deserves to be explored and tested.

18/10/2019
Type: News
Type:

As jobs and ways of working transform, so does the emphasis on skills and learning, said Cedefop Executive Director Jürgen Siebel in a keynote speech at the European vocational skills week (EVSW) 2019 main events in Helsinki.

10/10/2019 - 11/10/2019
Curriculum design, Sectoral skills development and Ethical issues on Advanced Manufacturing sector
Type: Évènement

Skillman is a worldwide network addressed to introduce skills, competences and innovative curricula for the advanced manufacturing sector within the VET pathways. The Skillman EU International Forum 2019 organised by Cedefop's VET toolkit Ambassador Giovanni...

Conférence Florence, Italy
17/10/2019
European Vocational Skills Week 2019
Type: Évènement

The VET toolkit for tackling early leaving will be presented and discussed in the European Vocational Skills week VET for ALL – Skills for Life conference to take place from the 14-18 of October in Helsinki, Finland.

Conférence Helsinki, Finland
08/10/2019
Type: News
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SYNTRA Vlaanderen recently presented the results from its Erasmus Duaal project: in the spring of 2018 and 2019, 96 Flemish dual learners from 14...

08/10/2019
Type: News
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The Portuguese education and labour ministries together with the German education ministry signed a memorandum of...

07/10/2019
Type: News
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The Maltese government is offering incentives for vocational education and training (VET) at all levels of education through financial measures.

07/10/2019
Type: News
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The formalised cooperation between the Nordic countries is one of the oldest and most extensive regional cooperatives in the world. It is based on shared values and a willingness to achieve results that contribute to the Nordic region’s development and competitiveness. The...

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