This online library is a single-point of access to quality materials, practical tools and guidance on apprenticeship to help the EAfA members and key stakeholders in designing and delivering quality and effective apprenticeships.
European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, 2018
This cross-nation study of apprenticeship systems in Europe includes mapping of apprenticeship schemes with a stable/valid legal basis at system level, or mainstream schemes, in the EU Member States, Iceland and Norway. It identifies and analyses the different purposes and functions associated with the schemes and investigates whether and how they differ in terms of organisation.
This paper describes the European Training Foundation (ETF) position on digital skills and competence and digital and online learning, and aims to establish the position of ETF on the topic and prompt a discussion at national level.
Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, 2018
This is a summary of the model of the dual system for apprenticeship training in Austria, in which training takes place at two sites: company-based training is complemented by compulsory attendance of a part-time vocational school for apprentices.
European Commission, European Trade Union Confederation, BusinessEurope, European Association of Craft, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, European Centre of Employers and Enterprises providing Public Services, Lithuanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2013 , 2013
This policy document calls for recognition of the value and benefits of apprenticeships for youth employment, social inclusion, skills matching and economic competitiveness; linking the importance of apprenticeships with the Youth Guarantee and Social Pillars. It presents the European Commission's commitment to steering the European Alliance for Apprenticeships.
This provides policy guidance to stakeholders on how to develop practices and policies to ensure teachers and trainers are trained to equip learners with the skills and attitudes needed for employment, in line with the modernisation efforts included in the New Skills Agenda for Europe.
This study discusses participation, outcomes, quality and challenges of apprenticeships, internships/traineeships and volunteering schemes. It further provides insights on participation rates, development of qualifications and quality frameworks for traineeships set in companies.