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The Learning Exchange on 7 November 2013 in Vienna was organised as a follow up to the German Peer Review of 24-25 September 2012 on ‘The dual training system – integration of young people into the labour market’ . The Learning Exchange was attended by representatives of Ministries of Employment, Education, and Economy, Public Employment Services and national representations of employers from the host country Austria, and participating countries Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Latvia and Spain. It also benefited from the active contribution of speakers representing employers, chambers of commerce and industry and government institutions responsible for setting the vocational training in Austria and Germany. Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Latvia and Spain are all in the process of either developing for the first time, enhancing dual training systems or more general work-based learning, so the Learning Exchange was therefore considered to be particularly timely. In addition, it was also useful in considering measures to tackle the current difficulties facing young people in the labour market in many of the participating countries.
The Estonian Tax and Custom Board hosted a Learning Exchange that brought together ministry officials and representatives of labour inspectorates from Estonia, Czech Republic and Lithuania.
The Learning Exchange that took place on 20 September 2013 in Riga was organised as a follow up to a previous learning exchange that took place in Athens in October 2012, where Latvia and Greece both expressed an interest in discussing their training voucher systems in more detail.
A Learning Exchange was held in Berlin on 5-6 September 2013. It was attended by a variety of stakeholders connected to or interested in the German dual system, from the following countries: Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain and Portugal. The attending countries are all in the process of developing or enhancing dual training systems.