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Registration of events/activities for the European Vocational Skills Week 2018 are now open

The 3rd European Vocational Skills Week will be organised in Vienna, Austria, from 5 to 9 November 2018. This was announced by Commissioner Thyssen at the closing Ceremony of the 2017 Week on 24 November 2017. In addition to the events to be organised by the European Commission and the Austrian presidency, national, regional and local events will take place associated with the Week. We are happy to inform you that the registration of the events/activities for the European Vocational Skills Week 2018 is now open.

If you plan to organise a VET related event/activity between September and December 2018 don't hesitate, register your event/activity and gain international recognition. Please also share this information with your stakeholders and invite them to register their events/activities. More information can be found in the guidelines.

Once we can see that the information is compatible with the guidelines for organising events/activities and we can accept it, you will receive a confirmation e-mail and your event/activity will be entered on a map on the Vocational Skills Week webpage. You will also receive a communication kit which you can use to promote your event/activity.

Please use English for filling in this form.

You can add the name and a short description of the event/activity also in your national language. 

Note: The organisers of the events/activities are solely responsible for the implementation of the activities indicated in the map and/or for the use of the visual style. The Commission has no control of and assumes no responsibility concerning any links to external sites provided. The European Commission reserves the right to delete without prior warning any information inserted that can be regarded as unlawful, unethical or unsuitable and accepts no liability for loss or damage resulting from such an action.

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