The publication of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the European Training Foundation (ETF) discusses developing vocational guidance and training systems at national, regional and local levels and supporting career development systems for workers in the formal and informal economy.
The newest issue of the Quarterly (in Polish) presents articles about market qualifications from the fire prevention and vehicle paintwork sectors. Also worth noting are articles by IBE’s experts on validation, the results of a survey on adult learning, and tools to help in the process of describing qualifications.
Cedefop is inviting vocational education and training (VET) providers, employers, organisations representing employers and employees to take part in surveys about VET’s recent changes and future path as well as share their experiences on the use of micro-credentials.
On May 4th of this year the Minister of Education and Science included a new qualification into the Polish Integrated Qualifications System (IQS): “Designing the didactical processes of distance education for adults”.
The report by IBE’s researchers Michał Danielewicz and Kamila Hernik is based on many hours of in-depth interviews with people who radically changed their profession – changing both the place and sector in which they worked. To better understand the process of changing professions, the authors placed it in a broader context and also asked respondents about their overall educational and professional pathways as well as about their families, life priorities, financial resources and key moments in their life history.