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24. avgust 2021
Analiziranje in primerjanje poklicnih kvalifikacij

V podporo izvajanju politik za krepitev preglednosti kvalifikacij je Cedefop pripravil študijo metod za analiziranje in primerjanje poklicnih kvalifikacij, med katerimi so v državah članicah še vedno velike razlike. V povzetku sta podrobneje predstavljena glavna cilja (povečati primerjalnost kvalifikacij in izboljšati povratne informacije med poklicnim izobraževanjem in trgom dela), ukrepi za uresničevanje omenjenih ciljev in sodelovanje raziskovalcev in oblikovalcev politik.


9. oktober 2020
Not just new jobs: digital innovation supports careers

It is widely accepted that digital innovation is changing work environments and occupational profiles, impacting on people’s learning and work. But how does it affect the way people can manage their careers, train and change jobs? Thanks to innovative tools, greater data availability and artificial intelligence, new approaches to career development support and self-directed learning are transforming lifelong learning. Cedefop has been looking into European countries’ most recent practices in this field and has analysed the promises and challenges they hold. Read more in our latest briefing note.

9. oktober 2020
Towards new horizons

Transition is the key word that marks the 2019 and 2020 policy framework in which Cedefop operates. The new Commission has set a high ambition for the EU: to move to a green and digital economy. Reinforced investment in skills and learning throughout life for all is essential to make this transition successful. As all adults will need to upskill and reskill, vocational education and training (VET) will play a pivotal role in the sustainable growth strategy. Cedefop is ready to help develop and realise the future skills and VET agenda as its remit to work on VET, skills and qualifications, set out in its recast Regulation (in force since 2019). The Regulation ensures Cedefop’s research, analyses and support to countries bridge VET and the labour market.

9. oktober 2020
Apprenticeships for adults

Apprenticeships for adults are one of the policy solutions to the need for supporting adults willing to train, while broadening the skills base of the working population across Europe. According to Cedefop estimates, there are around 128 million adults with potential for upskilling or reskilling in the European Union. EU Member States have decided to open apprenticeships to adults by removing age limits and by making them more flexible.

9. oktober 2020
Online working and learning in the coronavirus era

The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has highlighted the vast opportunities of working and learning digitally. In these exceptional times, where a large part of the workforce has been obliged to work remotely due to home confinement and social distancing measures, gig or crowd-workers have enjoyed a kind of ‘home field’ advantage: working and interacting digitally has always been their prevailing mode of operation. What can we learn from these online workers who mastered the art of working and learning remotely long before the public health crisis?

9. oktober 2020
NQF developments 2019

For years, the European qualifications framework (EQF) and national qualifications frameworks (NQFs) across Europe have helped build bridges across different countries and education and training systems. Many NQFs are now fully operational, firmly anchored in national education and training systems; they are undergoing updates and supporting synergies between European policies and tools such as guidance, validation and Europass.

9. oktober 2020
Artificial or human intelligence?

Cedefop research shows that automation and artificial intelligence do not necessarily destroy, but rather transform jobs. People, businesses and labour markets will have to adapt and acquire new skills, enabling them to cooperate with machines. Education and training provision will have to offer ‘robot-compatible’ skills and competences, blending specific occupational skills with key competences such as entrepreneurship and learning to learn. Political decision makers must determine how to frame this continuing transformation, ensuring that nobody is left behind as new work methods are introduced.


2. julij 2018
Reaching out to ‘invisible’ young people and adults

Low qualifications, disengagement from education and training and long-term unemployment are interconnected phenomena and tend to cumulate throughout a person’s life. To prevent and combat the marginalisation of both young people and adults, national authorities across Europe have been developing measures to reach out to people in need. However, the nature and the extent of these services vary considerably from one country to another. Cedefop’s latest briefing note gives an overview of the situation.

2. julij 2018
Less brawn, more brain for tomorrow's workers

Work environments in the near future are expected to feature more autonomy, less routine, more use of ICT, reduced physical effort and increased social and intellectual tasks. Cedefop’s regular skills supply and demand projections provide comprehensive information on labour market trends and skills development across Europe.


14. oktober 2016
Supporting training and learning abroad: the EU mobility scoreboard for initial VET

Over the period 2017-20, Cedefop will continue to respond to changing needs. Policy developments bring new needs and Cedefop is adapting to meet them. Stakeholders want to know how labour market and vocational education and training (VET) developments interact. Various groups of Member States want support to implement aspects of European VET policy and opportunities to share experience. Reflecting these needs, Cedefop’s programming document 2017-20 outlines a medium-term plan on how to help the European Commission, Member States and social partners develop and implement policies to improve VET.

2. marec 2016
Towards new routes
2. marec 2016
Work-based learning: apprenticeships

Lithuania, Malta and Latvia

2. marec 2016
Work-based learning: apprenticeships

Italy, Slovenia, Luxembourg and Greece


28. september 2015
Europe’s uneven return to job growth

Forecasts up to 2025 point to major differences in skills supply and demand across Member States

28. september 2015
Encouraging adult learning