The work focuses on six topics (modules), with direct financial support provided by Australia, Canada, the European Commission, Germany, Norway, Scotland (UK), Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States and will be developed and pursued through the following steps:
A series of workshops focusing on each of the modules were held throughout 2016. All OECD countries were invited to participate in the workshops, designed to review the initial analytical work, augment it with country experience with potential policy solutions and enable countries to learn directly from each other’s experience.
A policy report on each module was prepared to integrate the initial desk-based analysis, information gathered through questionnaires and outcomes from the workshop and draws together conclusions and distils policy messages. They are published on this page.
On 15 October 2018 the synthesis report "Seven Questions about Apprenticeships: Answers from International Experience" was published. It draws together the different strands represented in the six modules with a unifying narrative, and identifies a set of key policy messages.
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Click book cover to read, share and embed on your website the publication Seven Questions about Apprenticeships: Answers from International Experience
Click the book cover to read, share and embed on your website the publication Skills beyond School: Synthesis Report
Click the book cover to read, share and embed on your website the publication Learning for Jobs