Vocational Education and Training
05 août 2018

The changing nature and role of vocational education and training in Europe: volume 3

Résultat de recherche d'images pour Le 3ème volume est consacré à la réactivité des systèmes VET (éducation et formation professionnelles) aux changements externes. Plus...

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Croatia: First vocational teachers’ days highlight VET reform

HomeFrom 26 to 28 March 2018, 550 participants attended the first vocational teachers’ days in Croatia organised by the Agency for Vocational Education and Adult Education (AVETAE). More...

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Germany: digitisation in inter-company vocational training and competence centres

HomeDemands in technical equipment for inter-company vocational training centres (ÜBS) have been increasing due to rapidly increasing requirements in digitisation and the technical changes in work processes of training occupations. The 2015 Directive promoting digitisation in ÜBS and competence centres was amended in April 2018: its validity was extended to 31 December 2021 and the list of equipment revised and complemented. More...

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Hungary: Sectoral skills councils linking quality VET to jobs

HomeThe dynamic development of the Hungarian economy and the speed of current economic and technological changes are forcing the vocational education and training (VET) system to adapt continuously to new demands. Following the positive example of sectoral skills councils in other EU Member States, the Hungarian SSCs aim to prevent and overcome skills gaps, skills shortages and skills mismatches, and create strong links between the business work and education, further aligning vocational training programmes with employers’ needs. More...

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Estonia: VET learners satisfied with their studies

HomeInitial results of the 2018 satisfaction with education survey show that nearly 70% of vocational education and training (VET) learners enjoy their studies. More...

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How VET’s nature and role change in Europe

HomeA series of reports is being produced as part of Cedefop’s ongoing project on the changing nature and role of vocational education and training (VET) in Europe. More...

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Finland: increase in IVET early leaving

HomeThe Finnish national agency for education report highlighted that 11.4% of IVET students do not complete their initial undergraduate degree. More...

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Iceland: Fishing industry education and training in Iceland

HomeEstablished in 2010, the Icelandic College of Fisheries (ICF) became a certified VET training institution in 2012.  The only one of its kind in Iceland, it is an industry-based college offering education and basic training in fisheries, fish processing and aquaculture as well as providing specialised programmes, tailor-made courses and in-service training for the fishing industry in Iceland. More...

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Labour market and skills information systems for VET policies

HomeCedefop, together with the Bulgarian EU Presidency, organised a seminar on labour market and skills information systems for vocational education and training (VET) policies in Brussels on 26 June. More...

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#CedefopPhotoAward 2018 appeals to Europe’s VET learners

HomeThe deadline for submission of entries in the #CedefopPhotoAward 2018 has passed and the results will be announced in September. More...

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