The skills that a person develops in the course of life depend on many factors. One of them is the functioning of the education and learning system in a given country. Education, training and labour market policies should respond to the needs of each country's economies and societies.
We invite you to an international conference devoted to the analysis of practices and systemic solutions relating to the development and assessment of students' transversal key competences in vocational education systems in 6 European countries: Austria, France, Latvia, Norway, Poland, Slovakia.
Drafting of the Act amending the act on the principles of recognition of professional qualifications acquired in the European Union Member States is in progress. The Draft is currently at the stage of the government legislative process.
The European Vocational Skills Week is an annual event during which local, regional or national organisations showcase the very best of Vocational Education and Training (VET), a sector capable of empowering all people with the skills they need for a fulfilling personal and professional life.
A new Cedefop publication presents the analytical framework for developing upskilling pathways for low-skilled adults. The framework aims to support policy-makers and stakeholders in designing and implementing flexible and inclusive upskilling pathways.