Be part of a global initiative and tell us how the coronavirus crisis has affected how you work and learn.
Along with a host of other international organisations Cedefop is supporting a global survey to examine the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on training and development of employees, apprentices and interns in all types of jobs and in all types of private, public and non-governmental organisations.
We need to share our experiences of how organisations managed during the pandemic. Your answers to the survey will help us build a collection of good practice and innovative solutions that organisations devised to overcome the challenge of Covid-19 – a source of information to benefit us all.
Help us learn the lessons of the Covid-19 pandemic by filling in the survey.
The survey has six parts. Sections I, II, V, VI are for everyone; Sections III and IV are for enterprises or organisations that have work-based learning programmes, particularly apprenticeships and internships/traineeships, comprising all forms of learning in a real work environment that give people the skills they need to find and keep jobs and progress in their career.
By completing the survey, you will be part of a global initiative involving the African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Commission, the European Training Foundation, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop), the Global Apprenticeship Network, the ILO, the OECD, UNESCO and the World Bank Group.
Responses will complement another ILO and UNESCO survey, which is collecting the views of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) providers, policy-makers and social partners.
You will find more information about the inter-agency group on TVET here.