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Rating models in Europe

 

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El futur del treball

The futur of treball

Una preocupació creixent dels organismes internacionals Recentment s’han publicat varis informes d’organismes internacionals (OCDE, OIT, World Economic Forum)1...

 
 

The vast majority of European countries follow a model in which the qualification largest number of its employed population has a high school level of education complete (secondary education or vocational training), taking the form of a boot, change in Spain, is the only country that has totally opposed to the model following the shape of an hourglass in which the intermediate rating is lower compared with levels higher or lower. Also other countries such as Portugal, Italy, Malta, Belgium, Ireland, Xipre i Luxemburg, followed by other rating models. In recent years there has been a reduction in the ring buffer the boot of most European countries for the benefit of the level of higher education and the gradual reduction of lower levels, evolving into an inverted pyramid which now characterizes some European countries. This trend towards a change in the rating model poses several challenges in Europe: First, Inovació the great potential and creativity of the countries with the largest range of people at higher levels of education. Second, what is the role of the professional type of secondary education, key so far in the structure of the qualification?. Third, what changes will occur in the management of a highly skilled workforce both?

Rating models in Europe

“Training throughout working life: a challenge for business and society”. Forum lecture at Delta Training and Qualification. El Prat de Llobregat, 22 maig of the 2013.

 

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