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Sara-Julia Blöchle / Regina Flake / Tarrin Khairi-Taraki / Markus Körbel / Sarah Pierenkemper / Corinna Rauland / Dirk Werner / Daniel Wörndl Expertise 21. October 2015 Vocational Education and Training for Young People in Europe

This study shows how vocational education and training (VET) provision in Europe can continue to be enhanced in order to boost the opportunities of young people in Europe as they enter the labour market.

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Vocational Education and Training for Young People in Europe
Sara-Julia Blöchle / Regina Flake / Tarrin Khairi-Taraki / Markus Körbel / Sarah Pierenkemper / Corinna Rauland / Dirk Werner / Daniel Wörndl Expertise 21. October 2015

Vocational Education and Training for Young People in Europe

Study in cooperation with Hans-Böckler-Stiftung, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and Vodafone-Stiftung Deutschland

German Economic Institute (IW) German Economic Institute (IW)

This study shows how vocational education and training (VET) provision in Europe can continue to be enhanced in order to boost the opportunities of young people in Europe as they enter the labour market.

The approaches taken in response to the challenges presented by youth unemployment and the need to equip the younger generation with skills and qualifications currently differ strongly from country to country.

The study proceeds from seven qualitatively and quantitatively substantiated country-specific analyses for Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom and goes on to identify the potential of vocational education in Europe and critical success factors necessary for its unfolding. Insights into vocational education and training derived from the country-based analyses can strengthen transnational mutual learning throughout Europe.

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Vocational Education and Training for Young People in Europe
Sara-Julia Blöchle / Regina Flake / Tarrin Khairi-Taraki / Markus Körbel / Sarah Pierenkemper / Corinna Rauland / Dirk Werner / Daniel Wörndl Expertise 21. October 2015

Vocational Education and Training for Young People in Europe

Study in cooperation with Hans-Böckler-Stiftung, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and Vodafone-Stiftung Deutschland

German Economic Institute (IW) German Economic Institute (IW)

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Matthias Diermeier / Judith Niehues / Samina Sultan IW-Report No. 29 7. June 2024

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