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1 1 Learning for employment vocational education and training policy in Europe in Europe

2 2 Learning for employment: second policy report aims to contribute to and stimulate debate on the development of vocational education and training policy in the EU looks at the development and results of vocational education and training policy in the EU, in the light of the Lisbon strategic goal to make the EU the most dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world by 2010

3 3 European vocational education and training policy framework Following Lisbon the EU established a policy to achieve the benchmarks, comprising: developing lifelong learning implementing agreed objectives for education and training systems developing e-learning promoting mobility cooperation: Copenhagen process

4 4 Linked to the strategic goal is a more employment-intensive economy and targets set to: raise average employment rate to 70% (currently 61%) increase number of women in employment to over 60% (currently 52%) raise average employment rate of people aged to 50% (currently 40%) Lisbon employment targets for 2010

5 5 Employment rate projections

6 6 Early school leavers, % benchmark

7 7 Science and technology graduates, 2001

8 8 To achieve the benchmarks: reforms underway in Member States, but need to be speeded up achievement of Lisbon target depends on employment among four key sections of the population: women of prime working age, young people, older workers, and disadvantaged groups continuation of current trends means a significant number of new jobs will be in occupations requiring high levels of education, and in traditionally low-skill jobs Conclusions of second policy report

9 9 Employment rates by gender, 2002

10 10 Labour force participation rates of women aged in Member States, 1990, 1994 and 2001

11 11 Labour force participation rates of men aged in Member States, 1990, 1994 and 2001

12 12 Growth of population aged 16-18, , and

13 13 Contribution of broad sectors to employment growth

14 14 Broad occupational composition of employment, 2001 and 2010

15 15 Percentage of the population aged having completed at least upper secondary education (ISCED 3), EU15BDKDELEFIRLILNLAPFINSUK*ISNOAC10

16 16 Educational attainment 22 year olds, % benchmark

17 17 Adult participation in lifelong learning, % benchmark

18 18 Cedefop - supporting developments Cedefops added-value: collating and analysis of research, developments and best practice timely provision to our stakeholders laying the foundation for effective and productive policy development

19 19 Cedefop - supporting developments the European Training Village (ETV) - some 40,000 residents the Cedefop website available in the 11 official EU languages the library and documentation service - more than 43,000 VET references virtual communities to support cooperation process, with more than 2000 experts reports on policy and research building up a European Knowledge Management System (KMS) Vocational education and training policy

20 20 For further information: P.O. Box GR Thessaloniki Greece Tel.: (30) Fax: (30) websites: Brussels Office: 20, avenue dAuderghem B-1040 Brussels Tel.: (32-2) Fax: (32-2)


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