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Be a part of European Vocational Skills Week 2020

European Vocational Skills Week 2020

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This year European Vocational Skills Week is taking place from 9-13 November. The theme is VET for Green and Digital Transitions, in line with the Commission priorities of a “European Green Deal” and a “Europe fit for the digital age”. This annual event allows local, regional or national organisations showcase the very best of vocational education and training (VET). The Week is a platform to make VET’s potential more widely known, and an opportunity to exchange information and good practice across Europe and beyond.

How can you be part of the Week? Organise or take part in an event or activity, vote in the VET Excellence Awards or share your VET story to inspire others to discover their talent. Any event/activity taking place between March and December 2020 can apply to be an official partner event of European Vocational Skills Week.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Commission in cooperation with the German Presidency of the Council of the European Union will be hosting a series of virtual conferences, workshops, and associated events on topics essential to the discussion about vocational education and training (VET), lifelong learning, skills and labour market developments. In their digital lobby you can check event schedules and view speakers’ presentations, and by clicking on a session’s title, you will be able to watch debates and interact in real time.

 

 

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