The potential success of current reforms and changes in vocational education and training (VET) in Europe rests largely with VET staff responsible for transforming policy into practice. This working paper argues the need for better understanding of the role of leadership in implementing changes and securing quality in VET.
The success of current reforms in vocational education and training depends largely on the people responsible for transforming policy into practice. Cedefop’s latest working paper argues that we need to better understand how leadership can help implement reforms and secure the quality of vocational education and training.
Cedefop and the European Commission are jointly organising a two-day international seminar on learning later in life and the impact of investing in an ageing workforce.