More than 300 delegates from 28 of the ETF’s 29 partner countries, representatives of EU and international organisations are gathering in Torino for the Changing Skills for a Changing World conference. The two-day event is taking place at the Lingotto building that once housed Fiat’s famous modernist factory building. Built in 1923 – and arguably … More Changing Skills for a Changing World – Torino Process 2017
Torino Process driving towards digitalised, flexible future … As international delegates prepare to fly into Turin for the Changing Skills for a Changing World conference, ETF experts are already laying plans for the future. The conference – which takes place in the ETF’s HQ city June 7 to 8 – brings together delegates from partner … More Shifting Into Fifth Gear
Tajikistan has long been involved in the Torino Process, but the 2016-17 round marks a turning point in ‘ownership’ as it produces its own country report for the first time. In March 2016, the country’s prime minister founded a working group covering the Torino Process priority areas: overview and vision; labour market demand; the social … More Taking ownership of the Torino Process
In the lead up to the Torino Process international conference on June 7-8, ETF partner countries have been taking part in a series of regional-level policy forums on vocational education and training (VET) and skills for economic development. Ownership has been a key feature running throughout. We finish the special 4 part series in Central Asia … More A growing sense of ownership – Pt.4.
By ETF expert Julian Stanley. Innovation – in industry and work, science and technology and society – presents both opportunities and challenges for policymakers and practitioners working in vocational education and training (VET). The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the World Economic Forum and the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training … More Innovation in VET: The Starting Point
The European Training Foundation’s (ETF’s) flagship programme has had a digital facelift. The new http://www.torinoprocess.eu site allows users to easily extract and compare facts, figures and trends on vocational education and training (VET) reform in countries bordering Europe.
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‘Policymakers, partners and donors use the Torino Process to help the vocational education and training (VET) system become more career-oriented, affordable and flexible,’ says Vera Chilari, Moldova’s Torino Process coordinator. Working with the Torino Process since its launch, Moldova has built an impressive network of stakeholders, including ministries of education, labour, finance, agriculture and economy. … More Moldova maintains momentum through Torino Process
The Torino Process has been a learning curve in evidence-based assessment, says Ayman Alwreikat, Jordan’s Torino Process national coordinator. Four new working groups kicked off the fourth round of the Torino Process back in May 2016, gathering vocational education and training (VET) system and policy data. The country report was prepared and peer reviewed by … More Paving the path towards VET reform in Jordan