The process of modernising vocational education and training is driven by the need to respond to socioeconomic challenges, with little input from research. But as Cedefop argues in its recent research report, Modernising vocational education and training (see link below), this carries the risk that the efforts to modernise VET will not achieve the desired results.
This report, the fourth in Cedefop’s research series, shows how socioeconomic pressures push vocational education and training (VET) systems to change. It also shows how VET itself can be a factor for change: it supports economic development, encourages innovation and productivity in companies, and helps provide the skills that employers and employees need.

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