Here is the latest issue of Céreq News: Fall 2019 / Winter 2020:
Newsletter | Fall 2019 | Winter 2020
We are pleased to announce the launchof our new English-speaking website!
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Bonn, 1 June 2019
Céreq is involved in the Bilt Project launched in Bonn on 1 June 2019. The project brings together European experiences and practices to address our modern‐day challenges of an attractive and relevant TVET system and provides a platform to bridge experiences within Europe. Eventually, BILT is also expected to act as a springboard for trans‐regional action, involving innovative UNESCO-UNEVOC Centres in the Asia‐Pacific and African regions. It will tackle TVET challenges through peer learning on greening, digitalization/industry 4.0, entrepreneurship, migration and new qualifications and competencies.Learn more >
Bibb-Céreq meeting - October 15-16, 2019Learn more >
Girls’ schooling in FranceLearn more >
Assessing Employment and Skills Needs in Informal EconomiesLearn more >
Track-Vet ProjectLearn more >
Employee training 2.0: the lever effect of ICTs
Enhancing access to and the use and quality of ICTs is one of the 11 thematic objectives of the European Union’s cohesion policy for the period 2014-2020.
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And women became better qualified than men...
Over the last two decades across Europe, young women’s position in the labour market has improved.
The evolution of the training-to-work transition for apprentices in France over the last twenty years
Initial vocational training for young people in France is structured around two pathways: the school-based pathway, with training provided in vocational high schools, and the apprenticeship pathway.
Apprenticeship in Germany and its challenges
Germany is (well) known in France for its apprenticeship system, but do the French really know it ? The first objective of this thematic issue will be to go beyond the superficial (re) presentations of the German dual Vocational and Training system.
AGENDAInternational Events - Seminars - Foreign Visitors to Cereq
6th Céreq biennial conference
“Do firms facilitate the construction of competences?”
How can the firms facilitate the construction and development of competences? It is this question, which lies at the heart of public debates and policies, that we will address during the next Céreq Biennial, taking advantage of the light shed on it by academic studies in the field.» (Lectures in French).
Rainbow Years Project
Aline Valette-Wursthen and Jean-Marie Dubois attended the final meeting of the Project.
BILT ProjectLausanne, SwitzerlandMatteo Sgarzi attended the BILT Project on good practices in France.
30/10/2019E.QU.AL Project's final meetingItaly, RomeMatteo Sgarzi attended the E.QU.AL Project's final meeting and the INAPP meeting in Rome.
Following the new cooperation agreement signed in April between Céreq and Bibb, representatives of the two organisations met at the Céreq premises in Marseille.
Assessing Informal Employment and Skills Needs
Aline Valette-Wursthen, Antoine Bonleu et Matteo Sgarzi attended the annual RLMM Seminar.
Satelit Project - Fez, Morocco - Final meeting of the Satelit Project.
Track-Vet Project - Bratislava, Slovakia - Matteo Sgarzi and Josiane Paddeu will attend the fourth working meeting of the Track-Vet project.Read more >
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