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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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Publication date: July 2020
Publication number:
5579
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This Cedefop paper examines how employment in occupations identified previously as being at high risk of automation has changed over time. It also uses information from a matched employer-employee data set from Ireland, an EU country with relatively high exposure to digitalisation, to examine the relationship between employment change and organisational practices.

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Executive summary
Publication date: July 2020
Publication number:
8610
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Validation of non-formal and informal learning is defined as ‘a process of confirmation by an authorised body that an individual has acquired learning outcomes measured against a relevant standard’.

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Publication date: July 2020
Publication number:
8137
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Vocational education and training (VET) in Germany is based on close cooperation between the State, companies and social partners.

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Cedefop and ETF discussion paper
Publication date: July 2020
Publication number:
4186
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This paper, jointly prepared by Cedefop and the ETF, aims to inform the next steps in VET policy- making at EU level, including the Osnabruck declaration expected to be discussed by ministers in the autumn of 2020. It puts forward key challenges and opportunities for VET which have emerged from the intelligence, research and evidence collected over the years by the two agencies, each within its own remit and geographic scope.

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Progress in common priorities for 2015-20. Final report
Publication date: June 2020
Publication number:
3084
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Developments in five priority areas for VET, agreed in 2015 by the EU-28, Iceland, Norway, candidate countries, the European Commission and EU social partners, are at the centre of this report.

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Publication date: June 2020
Publication number:
9147
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Apprenticeships for adults are one of the policy solutions to the need for supporting adults willing to train, while broadening the skills base of the working population across Europe.

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Publication date: May 2020
Publication number:
9146
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The May 2020 issue of Skillset and match, Cedefop’s magazine promoting learning for work, is now available to read and download.

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Capitalising on OSKA’s potential to realise national ambitions
Publication date: May 2020
Publication number:
4183
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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 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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Is the pandemic exacerbating the labour market divide?
Publication date: May 2020
Publication number:
6201
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New Cedefop working paper series! The first paper employs a skills-based approach to identify individual and job factors most likely to be impacted by social distancing measures and practices due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Publication date: May 2020
Publication number:
4182
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This programming document (PD) covers the period 2020-22 and sets the strategy and activities of the Agency for that period, including specific deliverables, indicators and targets for 2020.

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Initial vocational education and training: focus on qualifications at levels 3 and 4
Publication date: April 2020
Publication number:
5577
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The European qualifications framework (EQF), with its eight levels, serves as a translation grid between qualifications acquired in different European countries.

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Labour market diagnosis mechanism: a compass for skills policies and growth
Publication date: April 2020
Publication number:
4180
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Ensuring that EU countries develop robust skills anticipation to inform responsive VET systems is a key pillar of the Skills agenda for Europe. But to have an impact, skills intelligence requires good skills governance, feeding into VET and employment policies with wide outreach to diverse potential users.

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Scenarios for European vocational education and training in the 21st century
Publication date: March 2020
Publication number:
3083
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This synthesis report summarises the findings of the Cedefop project The changing nature and role of vocational education and training (VET) in Europe (2016-18). Research aimed at taking a step back and painting a comprehensive picture of VET developments in Europe, identifying challenges and opportunities.

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Publication date: March 2020
Publication number:
9145
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European policies on international mobility of students in initial vocational education and training (IVET) are working but more is needed. Young people in IVET today have more opportunities to do part of their training abroad than their peers of a decade ago.

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Short description
Publication date: March 2020
Publication number:
4181
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This short description contributes to better understanding vocational education and training (VET) in Croatia by providing insights into its main features and highlighting system developments and current challenges in recent years.

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Publication date: February 2020
Publication number:
8136
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Vocational education and training (VET) plays a prominent role in Croatia. Overall responsibility for VET lies with the Ministry of Science and Education supported by the Agency for VET and Adult Education (ASOO).

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Indicator overviews: 2019 update
Publication date: February 2020
Publication number:
5576
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European policy-making in vocational education and training (VET) needs to be supported by sound evidence. In this report, Cedefop has selected a set of 36 indicators to quantify some key aspects of VET and lifelong learning.

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Short description of indicators - Update 2014

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