Our main story is on how to shape next generation skills intelligence in Europe to make it fit for the future of work.
Also, in this issue:
- European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides speaks exclusively on the importance of upskilling for the EU health sector and on health policies following the coronavirus pandemic;
- Portugal’s Deputy Minister for Education João Costa talks about education and training as ‘a major shared value’ in the European Union and the Member States’ commitment to reach a 60% annual enrolment rate in lifelong learning by 2030;
- Hospitality and retail managers are the ‘Occupation in focus’ as the pandemic has taken a heavy toll on their employment and job prospects;
- The Member States page showcases ‘responsive and inclusive vocational education and training’ in Slovenia, the current EU Presidency holder;
- And a feature on adult learning and training in Europe outlines the perceptions of respondents to a Cedefop opinion survey.
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