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ENhANCE project: Fostering an European curriculum for family and community nurse

05/2021
EU recommendations point out the importance of family and community in the ageing process, emphasizing Primary Health Care (PHC), frailty prevention, early detection and diagnosis. Many World Health Organization (WHO) reports identify the Family and Community Nurse (FCN) as a key-actor in the new...
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European Platform of Vocational Excellence Water

03/2021
The project intends to create the infrastructure necessary to embed vocational excellence in the water sector in Europe, thus laying the grounds for vocational curriculum development and consequently competence development of VET students. Vocational Education and training (VET) has an importa...
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Strengthening skills anticipation and matching in Bulgaria

12/2020
Ensuring that EU countries develop robust skills anticipation to inform responsive VET systems, is a key aim of the skills agenda for Europe. To be impactful, skills intelligence requires good skills governance, feeding into VET and employment policies with wide outreach to diverse potential user...
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ESSA-Sport project “European Sector Skills Alliance for Sport and Physical Activity” final outputs

10/2020
ESSA-Sport project “European Sector Skills Alliance for Sport and Physical Activity” officially closed at the end of 2019. The final outputs/deliverables have now all been finalised and published, and can be downloaded from the ESSA-Sport website (www.essa-sport.eu). The list of public fina...
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2020 European Skills Index Technical report

03/2020
This technical report accompanies the release of the 2020 version of the European Skills Index (ESI) developed for Cedefop. The methodological decisions made in constructing the Index have implications for the subsequent interpretation and understanding of the results. The first part of this r...
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Sustainable inclusion of migrants into society and labour market

07/2019
Currently, roughly 22.3 million third-country nationals were living in the European Union (4.4% of the total EU population). How do we ensure that migrants and refugees fully participate in economic, cultural and social life? This report looks into the different policies, initiatives and pract...
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Refugee skills and labour market needs: fact sheets

07/2019
In 2017, the global population of forcibly displaced people increased to 68.5 million, compared with 65.6 million in 2016. Among these, 25.4 million were refugees. Most refugees live in developing countries of asylum, struggling to prove themselves in economies which are unable to absorb...
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Refugee skills and labour market needs

07/2019
Most refugees live in developing countries of asylum, struggling to prove themselves in economies which are unable to absorb and make full use of their labour market potential. As a result, their skills often remain unused and become obsolete over time. Key challenges for Europe include sharing t...
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Skills mismatch and productivity in the EU

07/2019
This paper analyses different dimensions of skills mismatch (notably ‘macro-economic skills mismatch’, ‘skills shortages’, and ‘on-the-job skills mismatch’) and their empirical relationship with labour productivity. Macro-economic skills mismatch arises when the skills distribution differs betwee...
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Cedefop Skills System Country Performance Infographics - 2018 European Skills Index

06/2019
Cedefop 2018 European Skills Index presents a series of infographics summarising the relative performance for each one of Europe’s Member States Skills System. The analysis is based in three different areas: skills development, skills activation and skills matching. Skills development assesses th...