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Showing 61 - 70 of 291 for "skills humancapital"

Educational background, work history and learning skills of asylum seekers, Kaisu-Maria Piiroinen, Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland (2016)

Annual work programme for the implementation of the Pilot Project 'A European framework for mobility of apprentices: Developing European citizenship and skills through youth integration in the labour market' for 2016 (2016)

Proposal for a Council Recommendation on establishing a Skills Guarantee  (2016)

Presentation of the Host County practice by SOLAS (2016)
Presentation of the Host County by SOLAS Peer Review on 'Methods for forecasting skills needs for the economy'

Communication - A new Skills Agenda for Europe  (2016)

Summary Table Peer Review on 'Methods for forecasting skills needs for the economy' (2016)
Summary Table Peer Review on 'Methods for forecasting skills needs for the economy'

VP/2016/010 (2016)
Grants awareded as a result of the call for proposals VP/2016/010: Pilot Project on long-term mobility for apprentices - A European framework for mobility of apprentices: Developing European citizenship and skills through youth integration in the labour market

Commission Staff Working Document: Better EU tools and services for skills and qualifications (Europass) (2016)

Commission proposal on a common framework for the provision of better services for skills and qualifications (Europass) (2016)

Promising practice in the area of labour market/social integration of refugees (2016)
The Government wants newly arrived immigrants in Sweden to quickly find a workplace that is relevant to the individual’s education, experience and interest. At the same time, there is a shortage of labour in many industries; these are now being helped with the provision of skills through the creation of fast tracks by the Swedish Public Employment Service and the industries, to make it easier for newly arrived immigrants to establish themselves in the labour market.