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Skills for green jobs - European Synthesis Report (2010)This European synthesis report was prepared under the responsibility of Cedefop. It explores skills development in response to the greening agenda at national, regional and local levels in six Member States: Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Spain, France and the UK. Many examples of good practice demonstrate that public policy, together with private initiatives, can foster expansion of green transformation and harness energy efficiency and renewable energy potential, all of which requires transformation of the skills base. Skills development responses need to focus on adding to existing competences, emphasising core skills, including those in mathematics, engineering, technology and science. Every job can potentially become greener. Understanding the environmental impact of a job, and its possible contribution to greener economies, needs to be mainstreamed into education and training systems. Integrating sustainable development and environmental issues into existing qualifications and capturing new and emerging skill needs on the greening job market are a massive task. Countriesʼ experiences in skill response strategies vary. Some countries are developing innovative strategies and policies to respond to changing skill needs; others are adjusting existing mechanisms and systems.
Skills for green jobs : European synthesis report (2010)Europe’s policy-makers need to ensure that their support for skills and training matches the ambition of their strategies for promoting investment in green innovation and infrastructure. This European synthesis report on skills for green jobs brings together findings covering Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Spain, France and the UK. It shows that integration of sustainable development and environmental issues into existing qualifications is much more effective than creating new training standards.
Socially responsible restructuring. Effective strategies for supporting redundant workers (2010)This report is analysing how enterprises, in different contexts and sectors, can respond imaginatively to restructuring needs. It includes examples of good practice led by large and medium-sized enterprises. This review is published as most European economies are struggling to emerge from a deep recession. Socially responsible responses to restructuring attempt to curtail the scope of job losses and the longer-term impact on workers and their local communities across Europe. Although SMEs cannot develop socially responsible practices on their own, they can be supported in this task by publicly funded strategic arrangements and regional partnerships, as this report shows. The focus of this review is on how employers, on their own and with public support, can help worker reintegration into the labour market. The report illustrates that career guidance and continuing training have a key contribution to make to innovative and socially responsible restructuring strategies.
Joint EMCO-COM Paper: The employment crisis: policy responses, their effectiveness and the way ahead (2010)
EMCO Contribution to the ES Presidency Conference on New Skills for New Jobs - Barcelona 8-9 April 2010 (2010)
EMCO Indicators Group Work Programme 2010 (2010)
EMCO Ad Hoc Group Work Programme 2010 (2010)
EMCO Work Programme 2010 (2010)
EMCO Contribution to the EPSCO Council of 7-8 June 2010 on the "EU 2020" Strategy (2010)
Opinion of the Employment Committee on the Proposal for a Council Decision on Guidelines for the Employment Policies of the Member States: Part II of the Europe 2020 Integrated Guidelines 2010 (2010)