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Publication date: January 2021
Publication number:
8139
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Cedefop responded to the coronavirus pandemic, adapting to the pressing needs of an unprecedented emergency and managing to deliver the added value that is expected when it is most needed.

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Publication date: January 2021
Publication number:
9151
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The January 2021 issue of Skillset and match, Cedefop’s magazine promoting learning for work, is now available to read and download.

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Publication date: January 2021
Publication number:
3087
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In a context of considerable interest in apprenticeship in recent years, Cedefop and the OECD decided to explore its future from the perspective of a number of megatrends, including sociodemographic changes, the accelerated adoption of emerging technologies and new forms of work organisation. They also considered how these trends have affected, and will continue to affect, the design and delivery of apprenticeship in European and OECD countries.

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Publication date: January 2021
Publication number:
8611
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Cedefop's concise guide to national qualifications framework developments in 38 European countries (27 EU Member States as well as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Kosovo, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and Turkey) in 2020.

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Results of a joint international survey
Publication date: December 2020
Publication number:
4193
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In light of the growing negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on national labour markets and people’s lives and livelihoods, the role of career guidance has become ever more important to individuals, families, communities, the workforce, employers and society.

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Publication date: December 2020
Publication number:
4192
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Cedefop’s study Financing apprenticeships in the EU is a first-time effort in systematically collecting and analysing information on financing arrangements for apprenticeship schemes in EU countries and the UK.

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Publication date: December 2020
Publication number:
9153
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In the face of the current health crisis and the far-reaching labour market transformations it entails, the European Union and its Member States are taking action to provide all people in Europe with stronger support to employment, including upskilling and reskilling opportunities.

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Qualifications frameworks: transparency and added value for end users
Publication date: December 2020
Publication number:
4190
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This booklet on the latest national qualifications frameworks developments, aims to summarise and illustrate the state of play of the 43 frameworks created to date in the EU, EFTA, candidate and potential countries and the UK.

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Bridging education and the world of work through better coordination and skills intelligence
Publication date: December 2020
Publication number:
4188
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Ensuring that EU countries develop robust skills anticipation to inform responsive VET systems, is a key aim of the skills agenda for Europe. To be impactful, skills intelligence requires good skills governance, feeding into VET and employment policies with wide outreach to diverse potential users.

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Publication date: November 2020
Publication number:
9152
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Insights from a pan-European opinion survey conducted by Cedefop. This survey explores what adults living in the European Union (EU), Iceland and Norway think about adult learning and CVET, given that image and perceptions influence action.

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Second opinion survey – Volume 1: Member States
Publication date: October 2020
Publication number:
3086
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Impressions are influential. Through more than 40 000 interviews of people aged 25 and over in the European Union, Norway and Iceland, this survey explores people’s impressions about adult learning and continuing vocational education and training (CVET), which are central to enabling adults acquire the knowledge, skills and competences they need to manage changing jobs and lives.

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Publication date: September 2020
Publication number:
9150
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For years, the European qualifications framework (EQF) and national qualifications frameworks (NQFs) across Europe have helped build bridges across different countries and education and training systems.

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Publication date: September 2020
Publication number:
5578
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Key competences are important for personal development, employment, integration into society and lifelong learning.

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Findings on new forms of digital work and learning from Cedefop’s CrowdLearn study
Publication date: September 2020
Publication number:
3085
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Long before the outbreak of the Covid-19 crisis, questions were raised about gig and platform work: are they ‘digital sweatshops’ or a conduit to skills development and better skills matching? The public health crisis may have accentuated the vulnerability of platform workers, but it also demonstrated the wider potential for working and learning digitally.

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Short description
Publication date: September 2020
Publication number:
4184
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This short description contributes to better understanding of vocational education and training (VET) in Germany by providing insight into its main features and highlighting system developments and current challenges.

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Skills intelligence support to policy-makers and learners
Publication date: September 2020
Publication number:
4187
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Ensuring that EU countries develop robust skills anticipation to inform responsive VET systems is a key aim of the Skills agenda for Europe. But, to have impact, skills intelligence requires good skills governance, feeding into VET and employment policies with wide outreach to diverse potential users.

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Publication date: September 2020
Publication number:
9149
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The September 2020 issue of Skillset and match, Cedefop’s magazine promoting learning for work, is now available to read and download.

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Publication date: July 2020
Publication number:
9148
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The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has highlighted the vast opportunities of working and learning digitally.

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Publication date: July 2020
Publication number:
4185
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Last year was a 'year of change' for Cedefop. Find out why in the 2019 annual report, and check out the agency's work and achievements.

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Volume 2: Cedefop analytical framework for developing coordinated and coherent approaches to upskilling pathways for low-skilled adults
Publication date: July 2020
Publication number:
3082
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This report is the second volume of Cedefop research on empowering adults through upskilling and reskilling pathways. It presents the Cedefop analytical framework for developing upskilling pathways for low-skilled adults and illustrates its conceptual development.

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