08 avril 2018

Romania: quality in VET good practices guide

HomeThe National Centre for TVET Development has published a Guide to institutional good practices in quality assurance in initial VET. The NCTVETD is a member in the quality assurance national reference point (QANRP) in the European Network for Quality Assurance in VET. The publication is part of the EQAVET-NRP-RO-2017 project currently in process. More...

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Romania: strengthening capacities of VET actors through Learning by doing

HomeRomania is participating in the Learning by doing project, where the main objective is to improve the capacities of VET actors. This will be done through reinforcing regional, national and transnational partnerships to strengthen existing VET systems and support their development in the Danube region countries. The project started in January 2016 and will last for 30 months to the end of June 2019. More...

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Lithuania: reforming vocational education and training

HomeIn December 2017 the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania consented to the draft recasting of the law on vocational education and training. The draft law introduces fundamental changes into the VET system to align it with the needs of the economy. More...

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Finland: VET student views in 2017 survey

HomeAmisbarometri, the VET student survey, was published at the end of 2017. It is the most comprehensive national survey, including all Finnish vocational students enrolled in Finnish vocational institutions. More...

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Spain: more funds and support for VET in the regions

HomeSpanish regions will receive EUR 321 million from the education ministry to support basic vocational training programmes and flexible educational paths in compulsory secondary education. This will be part-financed by the European Social Fund. More...

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Bulgaria: pathways for future of VET

HomeDifferent regions in the country organised follow-up discussions with stakeholders. Emphasis was placed on creating a mechanism for monitoring the professional pathways of VET graduates and improving access to the system for early school leavers. Discussions pointed to the development of a one-stop-shop portal with information for all VET providers, combining existing online registers of the Ministry of Education and Science and the National Agency for VET. More...

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Bulgaria: new vocational education and training qualifications developed

HomeOccupational profiles for three new qualifications have been developed: trading in medical devices for home use and assistive technologies; food supplements; and providing professional guidance to the unemployed. More...

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Bulgaria: dual education on the rise

HomeThe first national conference on dual education took place on 22 November 2017 in Sofia. Participants discussed their vision for the development of dual education as a way to restructure the national VET system in Bulgaria over the years to come. More...

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Estonia: new financing model of VET to increase funding and stability for schools

HomeOn December 21, 2017, draft legislation was approved by the government by which a new financing model for vocational education will be implemented in 2018. Financing will be provided for the activities and performance of education institutions as a whole. More...

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Speed of change challenges businesses and VET

HomeThe creation, transformation and replacement of jobs that Cedefop underlines in its briefing note on people, machines, robots and skills complements OECD’s prediction of 9% of jobs being displaced, 70% of tasks automated and 25% of jobs transformed in the near future. More...

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