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Skills anticipation in Germany

04/2017
The German skills anticipation process is established and well-developed, with information and data disseminated and shared across a wide range of users. Many skills anticipation activities are undertaken including skills forecasts, skills assessments and studies, and employer and employee survey...
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Skills anticipation in Greece

04/2017
In Greece skills anticipation activities such as skills assessments, skills foresight analysis and ad hoc employer surveys are undertaken. Recent policy actions have been concerned with setting up a permanent process to provide a diagnosis of labour market needs. A new Mechanism for the Identific...
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Skills anticipation in Hungary

04/2017
In Hungary, there is no coordinated skills anticipation system at the national level. The governance of the skills anticipation mainly rests with the Ministry for the National Economy (Nemzetgazdasági Minisztérium), while the Ministry of Human Resources is responsible for skills anticipation rela...
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Skills anticipation in Ireland

04/2017
The skills anticipation in Ireland is a well-coordinated process, providing information on skills shortages and future requirements in the labour market. The aim is to ensure that education and training provision is relevant to current and future labour market demands and skills needs. Skills ...
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Skills anticipation in Italy

04/2017
Skills anticipation activities in Italy provide information on the current and likely future skills demand or needs, including: Skills assessments, such as the national survey of skills needs conducted by the Institute for the Development of Vocational Training of Workers (Istituto per lo S...
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Skills anticipation in Latvia

04/2017
Since 2007 with the development of a medium- and long-term labour market forecasting system, significant steps have been taken towards the development of a coherent approach to skills anticipation, with the support of the European Social Fund (ESF). Further funding provided by the ESF from 2010 t...
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Skills anticipation in Lithuania

04/2017
A systematic approach to skills anticipation is under development in Lithuania with the aim of reducing the mismatch between the skills gained through education and training and those in demand in the labour market. The Ministry of Education and Science, Ministry of Social Security and Labour and...
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Skills anticipation in Luxembourg

04/2017
The labour market in Luxembourg has very distinctive characteristic that affects, among others, skill anticipation activities: approximately 45 per cent of all the salaried people are cross-border workers, with around 180,000 individuals coming from France (50 per cent), Belgium (25 per cent) and...
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Skills anticipation in Malta

04/2017
In Malta, a coherent system for producing and interpreting skills intelligence has not yet been developed. The country’s small and open economy is exposed to external economic trends, requiring the workforce to be adaptable and flexible. There are a range of skills anticipation exercises but, as ...
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Skills anticipation in the Netherlands

04/2017
The Netherlands has a long held tradition of using detailed economic analysis in policy making. In line with this, the country has conducted systematic skills anticipation exercises in some form or other for more than 60 years. Currently it undertakes: Skills assessments, reviewing past tre...