Cedefop’s latest publications
Briefing Note “Quality: a requirement for generating trust in qualifications”
Europe aims to make qualifications easily understandable and comparable between countries as well as to increase opportunities of moving between education and training institutions and different learning pathways. Qualifications frameworks and quality assurance mechanisms must work together systematically to guarantee trust in qualifications. A broad range of education and training stakeholders and qualification providers in the public, and now the private, domain must cooperate.
New publication: Monitoring ECVET implementation strategies in Europe
While many countries are well on their way to implementing the European credit system for vocational education and training, credit transfer is still not an integral part of vocational education and training systems. Moreover, there is still work to be done on making all common European tools – the European Qualifications Framework, quality assurance mechanisms and lifelong guidance, as well as ECVET – work as a seamless whole.
New publication: Quantifying skill needs in Europe
Occupational skills profiles (OSPs) describe, in a comprehensive and standardised way, the skill requirements for individual jobs.