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European Vocational Skills Week: Apply for the Training at Work Award before 20 August 2018

As part of European Vocational Skills Week, the European Commission is hosting a Training at Work Award 2018 for cooperation between employers and employees. The main aim of the Award is to give visibility to excellent practices from all over the European Union that foster professional training in micro, small and medium enterprises at various career stages.

Companies who would like to apply for the Award are asked to fill in a submission form where they can present development opportunities they offer to their employees. The deadline is 20th August 2018

The winner will receive: 

  • recognition and honour;
  • a Training at Work Award;
  • an invitation to Third European Vocational Skills Week in Vienna, Austria (8 and 9 November 2018) including travel and accommodation;
  • international visibility in European Commission social media channels and European Vocational Skills Week website; and
  • a presentation of the initiative on the relevant European platform.

For further information, please look at the information sheet (link is external).

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