10 février 2019

Early leaving from vocational education and training (VET)

HomeThese reports on vocational education and training (VET) were prepared by Cedefop’s ReferNet network in 2013. They are part of the series Cedefop ReferNet thematic perspectives and complement other available general information on VET systems by country. More...

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Cedefop VET-in-Europe country reports

HomeVET in Europe - Country reports are a product of the VET in Europe project and review vocational education and training systems in Member States, Iceland and Norway. They are prepared and updated by ReferNet, according to a common structure provided by Cedefop. More...

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Cedefop ReferNet - A network where partners meet, work together and shape their future cooperation

HomeEach year, two ReferNet partners host partnership forums (spring) and Cedefop hosts ReferNet’s plenary meeting (autumn). In May 2017, at the partnership forum organised in Budapest (Hungary) and Madrid (Spain), partners discussed on how to shape ReferNet’s future from 2020 and exploiting the full potential of the network’s outputs. More...

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Cedefop ReferNet - Sharing knowledge about vocational education and training

HomeReferNet collects information on, and monitors developments in, national VET policies and systems. This information is used for different purposes and products:

VET in Europe reports describe national VET systems for young people and adults in all ReferNet partner countries, and are aimed at the wider public. They explain how qualifications are developed and which programmes lead to which qualifications. They also include information on how countries encourage VET provision and participation.
VET in Europe reports are used to produce Short description of VET reports for Member States that hold the Presidency of the EU; these are available in hard copy for Presidency and related events.

Spotlight on VET flyers are aimed at readers who need a concise overview of VET in a specific country. Along with basic information about a country’s VET qualifications and programmes, Spotlights indicate progression routes, describe distinctive features of the system and present main challenges and policy responses. The flyer format makes them easy to read at a glance.

Animated videos describing the national VET systems are produced based on the Spotlights of the EU Presidency countries, Bulgaria, Estonia, Malta, Slovakia, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Latvia, Italy

Thematic perspectives is a series of articles on themes that are relevant to Europe. Themes covered so far have featured among the highest priorities of the EU Presidencies and flagship initiatives. They complement the more general information provided in VET in Europe reports and Spotlights. Themes share a common structure, allowing for comparison across EU Member States, Iceland and Norway.

National newsstories provide updates on recent developments in VET and VET-related labour market issues in all partner countries. They complement the news in Cedefop’s newsletters.

30 national websites share and disseminate information produced by the ReferNet network and Cedefop in national languages, focusing on national VET issues.

ReferNet partners also contribute to major Cedefop projects, including:

The  report  Stronger VET for better lives: Cedefop’s monitoring report on vocational education and training policies 2010-14and National policy developments in vocational education and training  which review VET and VET-related policy developments and reforms in priority areas agreed on by the EU Member States (plus Iceland and Norway), European social partners, candidate countries and the European Commission in the 2010 Bruges communiqué and the 2015 Riga conclusions; and

The IVET mobility scoreboard, a tool for monitoring developments in IVET mobility policies, identifying obstacles to mobility and suggesting ways forward. More...

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Changing nature and role of vocational education and training (VET) in Europe

HomeThe aim of the Changing nature and role of vocational education and training (VET) in Europe project is to improve our understanding of how VET is changing in the European Union countries (including Norway and Iceland). More...

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Cedefop VET toolkit for tackling early leaving - Identify

HomeIt is important to detect students at risk of early leaving as soon as possible. There should also be mechanisms to identify young people who leave education and training in a timely manner to increase their chances of reengaging.

The information in this section is based on findings from the Cedefop study ‘Leaving education early: putting vocational education and training (VET) centre stage’, would you like to know more about the study. More...

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Cedefop VET toolkit for tackling early leaving - Reflection tool for policy makers

HomeYou can use this tool as many times as you want. Cedefop does not access, collect, nor further processes the answers submitted to the tool. It is a "self-service" tool where your answers and the results are only for you. More...

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Cedefop Opinion survey on VET

HomeCedefop's opinion survey on vocational education and training (VET) examines EU citizens' awareness and opinions on VET's attractiveness and effectiveness; it also looks at their personal experience as students at upper secondary level, the stage following compulsory education (typically from age 16 to 18). More...

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Cedefop Skills Forecast

HomeCedefop skills forecasts offers quantitative projections of the future trends in employment by sector of economic activity and occupational group. Future trends on the level of education of the population and the labour force are also estimated. Cedefop’s forecasts use harmonised international data and a common methodological approach with the aim to offer cross-country comparisons about employment trends in sectors, occupations and qualifications. The forecasts and the methodologies applied are validated by a group of national experts. Nevertheless, it is not their purpose to substitute national forecasts, which often utilise more detailed methodologies and data, while they also incorporate in-depth knowledge of the labour market of the country. More...

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Cedefop Photo galleries 2

HomeCedefop Photo galleries. More...

15 and 16 September 2016, Thessaloniki
28 June 2016, Thessaloniki
23 June 2016, Brussels
3 June 2016, Thessaloniki
20 May 2016, Strasbourg
22 April 2016, Cedefop
11-12 February 2016, Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki, 19 and 20 January 2016
Thessaloniki, 7 and 8 December 2015
Thessaloniki, 26 and 27 November 2015
Brussels, 19 November 2015
2nd Cedefop European conference on apprenticeships, 9-10 November 2015

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