Vocational Education and Training
06 juin 2018

Un questionnaire en ligne sur l'avenir de la formation professionnelle en Europe

Logo Agence Erasmus+ France Education FormationIntitulée Changing Nature and Role of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Europe, l'étude menée par le Cedefop doit permettre à la Commission européenne et aux Etats membres de fixer des objectifs en matière de coopération européenne dans le domaine de l'enseignement et de la formation professionnels après 2020. Plus...

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03 juin 2018

Explore VET opinion survey’s findings through data visualisations!

HomeCedefop’s first European opinion survey on vocational education and training (VET) provides unprecedented access to citizens’ opinions on awareness, attractiveness, experience and effectiveness of VET in the European Union (EU). To showcase the findings, Cedefop has developed data visualisations online. More...

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Take part in #CedefopPhotoAward 2018 to win great prizes!

HomeVocational education and training (VET) learners in the European Union, Norway and Iceland are invited to take part in #CedefopPhotoAward 2018. The award is an initiative endorsed by the European Commission, aiming to showcase VET excellence. More...

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Slovakia: linking VET and business service centres

HomeThe services sector offers a promising opportunity for economic growth, reducing dependency on the automotive industry which is currently the biggest economic sector in Slovakia. Business service centres (BSCs) are establishing partnerships with training centres and universities to increase the employability of graduates and improve the relevance of education and training provision. More...

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Slovenia: piloting apprenticeship in upper secondary VET

HomeIn recent years, many EU countries have recognised apprenticeship as a valuable element of vocational education and training (VET). The Apprenticeship Act (2017) and the Guidelines for the preparation of the upper secondary VET programmes define the umbrella elements for the newly established apprenticeship path in Slovenian VET. More...

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Norway: smoother transition to vocational education

HomeNorway is in great need of skilled workers and makes efforts to encourage more people to choose vocational education and training (VET). This year more than 8 300 learners will choose to switch from their VET programme to a programme that prepares them for entrance to higher education. More...

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Sweden: partial IVET qualifications for adults

HomeGovernment goals include lowering unemployment rates, counteracting a shortage of qualified labour and integrating newly arrived immigrants. Although the ambition is that all young people in Sweden should complete upper secondary education and obtain a full qualification, the government has also options for partial qualifications in adult IVET. More...

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Greece: reinforcing VET permeability

HomeLaw 4521/2018, published in March 2018, provides for a 5% quota in higher education programmes for upper secondary vocational education (Epaggelmatiko Lykeio, EPAL) graduates. This quota is additional to the total number of non-VET students entering higher education programmes. More...

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Germany: new VET research projects in 2018

HomeThe Federal Institute for VET (BIBB), Germany’s centre of excellence for vocational research and for the progressive development of VET, conducts many research projects. Information on these projects is accessible through their BIBB project database as well as in the Annual research programme of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training which is already available for 2018. More...

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Lithuania: modernising VET by shifting to modular programmes

HomeAfter a review of vocational training programmes, over 300 that were outdated or not active have been removed from the national register. To improve the quality and relevance of vocational training, they will be replaced by modular programmes with a more flexible implementation structure. More...

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