Launched in 2016, the initiative aims to highlight the benefits of professional training in people of any age with events and activities throughout the European Union. This year, European Vocational Skills Week 2020 takes place only in digital format.
This article can serve as a guide on Vocational Education and Training in Greece and in other European countries. In particualr, the reader can enrich his knowledge in the main elements and distinctive features of VET, as well as in the main challenges and policy responses. The article also offers insights in external factors influencing VET, such as demographics, economics, and the labour market. Other themes contained in this article are: Education attainment, Vet within Education and Training System, Apprenticeship, VET governance, VET financing mechanisms, Teachers and trainers, Shaping VET qualifications, Qaulity Assurance, Validation for prior learning, Incentives fro learners, and Incentives for enterprises to boost their participation in VET provision. Lastly, the article offers some suggestions on how to find guidance services and counselling forums.
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