Innovation and training: partners in change

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Series Details No.3, December 2015
Publication Date 03/12/2015
ISBN 978-92-896-1810-6
ISSN 1831-2411
EC TI-BB-15-007-EN-N
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Innovation in the labour market is reshaping vocational education and training (VET). In response VET itself is becoming more dynamic and innovative.

In 2013, around 49% of the 22 million learners at upper-secondary level in the European Union (EU) were in VET. Developing their ability to innovate can bring considerable economic and social benefits. VET also supports social innovation. Civic competences and social awareness skills acquired through VET can improve work organisation and strengthen civil society.

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