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27/11/2009
Thessaloniki, 11 June 2008, at 20:00
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Οn the occasion of the annual meeting of Cedefop’s Governing Board, Cedefop and the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs are co-organising a concert by the 20-strong Vienna Swing Factory (Big Band), to be held on 11 June at 20.00 at Cedefop’s premises in Thessaloniki, Europe 123, Pylea.

27/11/2009
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A recent series of Cedefop publications, to be presented at an upcoming conference on lifelong learning and employability (Thessaloniki 5-6 October) examines how qualifications are established, evaluated and renewed in todays economy.

27/11/2009
Cedefop Press release
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Cedefop is at present carrying out extensive work on how older workers learn, particularly on the neglected issue of how to retrain and retain workers nearing retirement age – and what motivates people to keep working past it. An international workshop on ‘Working at old age – Emerging theories and empirical perspectives on ageing and work’ is to be held at Cedefop, Thessaloniki, on 29-30 September 2008.

27/11/2009
Subject: “People in work, people in training”
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27/11/2009
Cedefop’s work supports the development of e-skills
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27/11/2009
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Cedefops study on the medium-term demand for skills, Future skill needs in Europe, the conclusions of which were presented in a high-profile conference at Cedefop, is now available, free of charge.

27/11/2009
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On 17 and 18 November Cedefop and the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education and Culture will be holding a launching conference for two new European tools: the European Quality Assurance Reference Framework (EQARF) and the European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) in Brussels, with the participation of over 300 representatives of training providers and other bodies and institutions from across Europe.

27/11/2009
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The recent joint study by Cedefop and Eurofound, “Contribution of collective bargaining to the development of continuing training” (see link below) - one of the first to address the issue of how social dialogue affects opportunities for continuing training – demonstrates that collective agreements have a largely positive impact on employee training. But it also shows that training provision in small and medium enterprises, and training offered to workers over 45, is still lagging behind.

27/11/2009
Thessaloniki, 9-10 October 2008
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The challenge of how to implement an e-skills agenda for the 21st Century will be the main topic of the European e-Skills 2008 Conference, Implementing a long term e-skills strategy in Europe.

27/11/2009

DG EAC issued a press release regarding the Evaluation results of the Europass project, and acknowledging Cedefops work.

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