Written by Kasia Pająk

Over one hundred stakeholders took part in diagnostic workshops on the Integrated Skills Strategy, organised in cooperation with OECD, which took place on February 5, 2019.

The date of the event was significant - in the week before the event, the Council of Ministers adopted the general part of Poland’s Integrated Strategy Skills.

During the workshops, discussions were held on the key challenges and opportunities in four priority areas, as well as on reforms in the area of skills development in Poland. Stakeholders had an opportunity to define the most important areas for further work during the development of the detailed part of the Integrated Skills Strategy.

Workshops were conducted around four priority areas:

  • supporting the greater participation of adults in learning in all forms,
  • reducing skills mismatch on the labour market,
  • strengthening the use of skills in the labour market and the workplace,
  • strengthening the coordination and skills of management structures.

More information can be found on the website of the Ministry of National Education.

The photo is from the MEN website.