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NEW SKILLS NETWORK 2010-2013

Background and outcomes
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Margrét Sverrisdóttir

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of NEW SKILLS NETWORK 2010-2013

Match Skills to Labour Market Needs Almost 300 projects analysed 22 best practice projects Project selection Steering Committee AIMS HOW? Collection of LLP-projects: All partners proposed a total of 294 projects which were filtered to 140 potentially relevant projects for judgement of experts in review of sectors- and project relevance =
Results 60 good or best practice projects.

Projects were judged in terms of multiplier potential: transferability, accessibillity and potential impact. Methodology The challenges Liaise with relevant stakeholders at European and national level -stakeholder lists in each country

Promote "Best practice" projects

Disseminate through National Agencies’ channels

Participate in European thematic events, conferences and national events

Collect articles on the theme Dissemination
3 years plan Leonardo, Grundtvig, Erasmus, Comenius 2020 workforce already in work Recommendations of expert report on how to achieve the goals:

1. Investment in Skills Upgrading for Individuals and Employers
2. Bringing Education, Training and Work closer together
3. Developing the Right Mix of Skills
4. Better Anticipating Skills Needs Results & Recommendations Preferred practice Apprenticeship & work based learning Policy Education Sectoral development professionals Student-centered approach I. Iceland, setting the scene II. Belgium, Journey of Skills III.Hungary, Bridging the Skills Gap IV. Estonia, Matching Skills to Labour Market Needs Focus Skills forecasting Discussion 4 key themes 14 national follow-up seminars Made with Prezi by
Margret Sverrisdóttir
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