Skills beyond school

OECD Policy Reviews of Vocational Education and Training (VET) and Adult Learning

 

Recent from the VET and adult learning team

* NEW * Seven Questions about Apprenticeships: Answers from International Experience

Abridged version in French - L'apprentissage et l'alternance en sept questions : Leçons des expériences internationales

Making skills transparent: Recognising vocational skills acquired through work-based learning

Newsletter - July 2018

Working it out: Career guidance and employer engagement

Blog post: Students need good career guidance, and here’s how schools can give it

PowerPoint: Career guidance and employer engagement

Apprenticeship and Vocational Education and Training in Israel

Blog post: Basic skills: The missing ingredient in England’s apprenticeships

Newsletter - January 2018

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The economies of OECD countries need specific occupational skills - in professional, managerial and technical jobs, in expanding fields such as health care, as well as in traditional trades like electricians. Vocational education and training (VET) systems, which supply these skills, are now under intensive scrutiny to determine how they can best deliver the skills required, ensuring that they adapt to fast-changing needs. 

The team is currently undertaking studies on: 

This work builds on two landmark studies:

See also:

 

Vocational Education and Training (VET)
and Adult Learning at the OECD

 

 

Click book cover to read, share and embed on your website the publication Seven Questions about Apprenticeships: Answers from International Experience

Seven Questions about Apprenticeships Cover in English 98 px

 

Click book cover to read, share and embed on your website the publication Skills beyond School: Synthesis Report

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Click book cover to read, share and embed on your website the publication Learning for Jobs

Learning for Jobs

 

 

 

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