Document générique
The future of vocational education and training in Europe: volume 2
Date de publication: 22 août 2022
Source: Organisations internationales-European Center for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop)

This study examines the way in which institutional arrangements for the delivery of IVET have changed in response to shifts in skills demand.

Although these arrangements vary across countries, it is possible to identify common trends over time, such as institutional hybridisation, the blurring of boundaries between IVET and general education. Despite this development, IVET has been able to retain a distinct identity, which is attractive to learners and has the support of key labour market actors. This reflects IVET’s adaptability and resilience in the face of change.

Building on a Europe-wide survey of VET providers and in-depth national case studies, the study delivers a timely update of, and insight into, the continually changing IVET landscape. Results show increasing similarities in how countries configure their IVET systems. This is evident in the broadening of IVET curricula, the prominence given to the work-based learning pathway, as well as the growing importance attached to local and regional autonomy.

Documentation de projet
SABER Workforce Development Romania Country Report 2017
Date de publication: 10 sept. 2021
Source: Organisations internationales-World Bank
The  global  financial  crisis  from  2008  affected  the  Romanian  economy  and  led  to  severe  austerity measures  being launched  by  the  government  in  2010.  Romania  then  began  a  relatively  slow  but  steady  economic  recovery.  In  2015 Romania recorded the highest investment rate in the EU with 24.7 percent of GDP and real GDP growth in 2016 was 4.9 percent. Despite the economic growth and agreements with the EU to support this trend further, Romania continues to have at‐risk‐of‐poverty and social exclusion rates that are among the highest in the EU, recording in 2015 a rate of 37 percent  compared  to an EU average  of  23.5  percent. Of  particular  concern  for a  continued economic growth are  the aging of the population, the low participation of the Roma population in the labor market and the high emigration rate, especially among youth. To combat poverty and support economic growth, the design and implementation of policies to  improve the quality of the workforce is essential.
Documentation de projet
SABER Workforce Development Romania Country Report 2017 (Romanian)
Date de publication: 10 sept. 2021
Source: Organisations internationales-World Bank
Liderii din sectorul public şi din cel privat susţin puternic dezvoltarea
forței de muncă (DFM), dar, în anumite privințe, susţinerea este
fragmentată. În ciuda eforturilor semnificative de a identifica nevoia
de competenţe în sectoarele economice prioritare, implicarea
angajatorilor în stabilirea priorităţilor de DFM şi de creştere a nivelului
de calificare a forţei de muncă existente este destul de redusă.
Mandatele părţilor implicate în DFM sunt bine definite, dar continuă
să existe provocări legate de coordonare.
Education and lifelong learning watch 2015
Date de publication: 24 août 2016
Source: Autres sources
This report presents the main findings and general recommendations of the 2015 SOLIDAR Foundation Education and Lifelong Learning Watch. Based on an extensive consultation with SOLIDAR members and partners, this initiative evaluates progress towards the achievement of the educational objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy and Education and Training 2020 strategic framework for Member States. The report assesses the policy actions dedicated to fight youth unemployment and support young people who are not in employment, education or training (NEETs) in 13 countries (Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Romania, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom).