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Cedefop Newsletter no. 45 - November/December 2014

 

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European VET tools and how they can work together

The Cedefop conference (27-28 November) addressed how the common tools together can help to achieve the main objectives of European cooperation in vocational education and training: easier mobility and career progression for learners, better education and training for all of Europe.

 
 

News from Cedefop

 

Greek Deputy Minister for Education visits Cedefop

During his first visit to Cedefop, new Greek Deputy Minister for Education Georgios Georgantas praised the agency’s work and expressed his willingness for closer cooperation.
 
 

Cedefop Director presents agency’s work to new European Parliament Employment Committee

James Calleja, along with the directors of ETF, Eurofound and EU-OSHA, presented the work of their respective EU agencies to the European Parliament Committee on Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL) on 4 November in Brussels, with a particular focus on informing new committee members.
 
 

Cedefop launches new web portal

Cedefop’s official website has had a major makeover. The new web portal is now online with a fresher look and feel, additional features and a brand new technological platform.
 
 

Qualifications frameworks: expanding influence, persisting obstacles

 
 
 

The validation challenge: how close is Europe to recognising all learning?

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Denmark

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Spain

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Sweden

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET France

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Ireland

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Belgium

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Germany

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Hungary

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Bulgaria

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Portugal

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Lithuania

 
 
 

Spotlight on VET Austria

 
 
 

Keeping young people in education longer: steady progress in Europe in 2013

Data on early school leaving and rates of young people not in employment education or training illustrate the difficulties young people face in today’s world, as well as the economic and social consequences of their being cut off from the labour market and education. They also underline the importance of keeping young people in education and training.

 
 

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Items submitted by ReferNet, Cedefop’s European network for VET

 
 
 

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