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27/11/2009
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When setting objectives for education and training, and when defining qualifications, policy-makers are beginning to focus less on input factors (duration, location, method) and more on what a learner knows and is able to do at the end of a learning process – i.e. on learning outcomes. This gradual shift has underpinned many related EU policy initiatives over the past few years.

27/11/2009
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Cedefop, along with the ETF, has helped to prepare the Fourth Europe and Central Asia (ECA) Education Conference, The Missing link: Rethinking the Role of Technical Vocational Education in Upper Secondary Education, which is being held in Tirana, Albania, on 24/25 October 2007.

27/11/2009

Easy access to statistical publications on vocational education and training.

27/11/2009
Contribution of the Commission to the October Meeting of Heads of State and Government
27/11/2009

For more than 20 years, Cedefop has managed the study visits of the Leonardo da Vinci programme, on behalf of and in close collaboration with the European Commission and national liaison officers. The programme provides a forum for discussion, exchange and learning on themes of common interest at EU level and serves to improve the understanding of specific aspects of vocational training. The current publication provides information on the study visits which had been organised in 2005

27/11/2009

For more than 20 years, Cedefop has managed the study visits of the Leonardo da Vinci programme, on behalf of and in close collaboration with the European Commission and national liaison officers. The programme provides a forum for discussion, exchange and learning on themes of common interest at EU level and serves to improve the understanding of specific aspects of vocational training. The current publication provides information on the study visits which had been organised in 2005

27/11/2009

For more than 20 years, Cedefop has managed the study visits of the Leonardo da Vinci programme, on behalf of and in close collaboration with the European Commission and national liaison officers. The programme provides a forum for discussion, exchange and learning on themes of common interest at EU level and serves to improve the understanding of specific aspects of vocational training. The current publication provides information on the study visits which had been organised in 2005

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