Cedefop’s research and policy advice is actively supporting the ‘greening’ of Europe’s economy, by providing insight into the demands that are made on the labour market in relation to jobs, skills and educational requirements.
A recently published collection of papers by Cedefop’s community of apprenticeship experts provides a useful tool for planning targeted, effective and efficient reforms in apprenticeship governance across Europe.
Apprenticeships can become a driver for recovery and the green and digital transformations, provided some issues of identity and a number of ambiguities are cleared, Cedefop Executive Director Jürgen Siebel told a high-level conference of experts and policy-makers.
The joint Cedefop/OECD publication on the next steps for apprenticeship looks at the future of apprenticeship from the perspective of emerging policy objectives, new approaches to education and training and external megatrends.
Cedefop’s community of apprenticeship experts launched an internal consultation on how European countries are managing apprenticeships in the current health emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The external factors that have an impact on apprenticeship and the relevant design and delivery responses were discussed at a joint Cedefop/OECD symposium, on 7 October in Paris.
Cedefop hosted the virtual launch of its new community of apprenticeship experts on 13 December.