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ReferNet is a European network initiated by the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP). It aims to meet the growing demand for comparable information on policies and developments in the area of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in the European Union.

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The brochure "Spotlight on VET Germany" describes the system of vocational education and training in Germany as well as its characteristics and attractiveness. The current and future challenges are discussed. Substantial data illustrate the current situation. The brochure can be downloaded in English, German, Spanish and French.

News

27-Sep-16: VET News - Sept 2016

The information service "VET news international" (ReferNet Germany) compiles publications and links with current developments on European VET.

VET News International Nr. 57

VET News International Nr. 56

VET News International Nr. 55

VET News International Nr. 54

VET News International Nr. 53

4-Mai-16: Cedefop's Skills Panorama

Skills Panorama, powered by Cedefop, is a unique web-portal offering skills intelligence for occupations, countries and sectors in Europe.

2-Mai-16: Apprenticeship systems

The discussion paper "Approaching apprenticeship systems from a European perspective" gives a general overview of the basic aspects of an apprenticeship system and describes some trends as to the establishment and development of apprenticeship systems with examples from EU countries.

Discussion paper on apprenticeship systems

11-Aug-15: VET in Germany - Country Report

The German "VET in Europe - Country Report 2014" is published and can be downloaded. It delivers an overview about the constitution and the regulation of the German VET system.

VET in Germany - Country Report

25-Jun-15: European Ministers agree on Riga Conclusions to boost competitive and innovative vocational education and training (VET)

On 22 June 2015 the meeting of the Ministers in charge of Vocational Education and Training (VET), the European social partners and the European Commission took place in Riga.

One important issue was set with the endorsement of the Riga Conclusions, a declaration that sets medium-term deliverables in VET until 2020.

 

Riga Conclusions