Coping with the demographic transition and technological progress will require a great deal of investment in training.
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In 2016 some 85 per cent of companies in Germany were active in continuing vocational training, using a broad mix of methods.
Even though the four analysed countries are very different in terms of their starting points and their demographic, economic and institutional framework conditions, they all face the same challenge: designing a vocational education and training system that makes the country future-proof.
The European Vocational Education and Training (VET) Week is designed to make vocational training more attractive. The dual system in Germany can serve as a model for countries with high youth unemployment.
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