Designed to complement existing European data sources and statistics, the first CEDEFOP opinion survey on VET in Europe is aimed at providing unique comparative information on what EU citize
The vocational education and training has assumed increasingly relevance on helping young people and adults to find a job quickly, trained on the requested skills and competences.
The European Pact for Youth will present its results tomorrow, November 23rd, in Brussels, on the occasion of the second edition of the VET Week.
VET, the vocational education and training, aims to develop institutional partnerships supporting the set up and implementation of an internationalisation strategy of VET learners and
IN PLACE main aim is to contribute to high quality work-based VET for young people and afterwards to increase their competitiveness at labor market.