Vocational education and training (VET) is beginning to emerge as a leader in innovation and the Torino Process has an important role to play, according to the internationally renowned publication The Economist. There’s a lot of talk about innovation, but in some policy areas more action is needed to allow it to flourish. Let’s try … More Let the bright sparks fly
Exactly one month ago, we welcomed 300+ stakeholders from 28 partner countries, Europe and beyond to Turin. Tens of thousands more tuned in online for the two-day action-packed programme. From the young innovators in the Ideas Market to Commissioner Marianne Thyssen’s keynote speech and a singing deputy prime minister, we have captured all the highlights … More All the best bits from #ETFTRP 2017 on Storify!
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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Eric Livny holds radical views on how policymakers can best respond to how people’s skills are assessed, quantified and recorded. And how skills can better respond to jobs in the rapidly changing, digitalised world of work. Mr Livny, President of the International School of Economics Georgia, sees certification as blocking progress in the new economy. ‘But … More Re-thinking qualifications for the new economy