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European Vocational Skills Week

Newsletter 01 | December 2021

European Vocational Skills Week 2022

We are delighted to be reaching out to you again to encourage more and more people to Discover their Talent, and to inform you about the annual VET flagship event. We are looking forward to spreading the word and increasing awareness about the exciting world of European Vocational Education and Training. This is especially important in these demanding times that require great flexibility in what we do, ensuring no one is left behind in this fast-changing world.

The specific theme for European Vocational Skills Week 2022 is VET and the Green Transition - in line with the EU’s vision of becoming climate neutral by 2050, as outlined in the European Green Deal.

The Week will put skills at the heart of the green transition. Food for Thought: What new skills will we need to thrive in an environment that protects earth’s valuable resources? What role can VET play to ensure a sustainable transition for all?

The VET Excellence Awards are back

The VET Excellence Awards are back – Showcasing excellence in VET

The 2022 European Vocational Skills Week will feature another series of the stellar VET Excellence Awards. Now is the time to start thinking about your applications. We will be in touch early next year about the process of submitting your applications.

Guide for a fair transition towards climate neutrality

Commission presents guide for a fair transition towards climate neutrality

The European Commission has issued policy guidance in the form of a proposal for a Council Recommendation for a fair and inclusive transition towards climate neutrality, to complement the package on delivering the Green Deal presented in July.

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Education and training

Europe to develop individual learning accounts and micro-credentials for life-long learning

Erasmus+ call for Partnerships for Innovation

Save the Date: 18 January 2022

Online Info Session on the Erasmus+ call for Partnerships for Innovation. Forward-Looking Projects. The Call focuses on six priorities:

  1. Quality and inclusive digital education
  2. Adapting Education & Training for the green transition
  3. Supporting the Pact for Skills
  4. Applied research in VET
  5. Green skills in the VET sector
  6. Upskilling pathways: New opportunities for adults

More information is available here: Online Info Session: Erasmus+ Partnerships for Innovation – Forward-Looking Projects 2022 (the link to follow the info session will be available on the same page and there is no need for prior registration).

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