Almost nine out of ten graduates (87%) who have gone through vocational education and training (VET) are happy with the work-related skills they have acquired, while only 62% of general education graduates report being satisfied with their acquired job related skills.
Preliminary observations from Cedefop’s ReferNet network reports show that most EU Member States have in place measures promoting key competences in upper secondary vocational education and training (VET).
A new Cedefop study, published in two volumes, examines the contribution that vocational education and training (VET) can make to reducing early leaving from education and training (ELET).
Cedefop’s thematic country review (TCR) on apprenticeships in Italy has reached an advanced stage.
A policy learning forum on developing teachers and trainers’ competences for better learners’ skills in vocational education and training (VET) is organised by Cedefop on 21 and 22 November in Thessaloniki.
Registration has opened for Cedefop’s ‘how to make learning visible’ conference on 28 and 29 November in Thessaloniki. The conference will explore strategies for implementing validation of non-formal and informal learning.
From 15 to 19 August EPALE (European Platform for Adult Learning in Europe) is hosting the informal and non-formal learning week.
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Save the date for the European conference on validation of non-formal and informal learning How to make learning visible organised by Cedefop in close cooperation with the European Commission in Thessaloniki on 28 and 29 November.