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First online training: Understanding apprenticeships in the EU
The European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) is running a new series of online training courses for everyone interested in learning about apprenticeship systems in the European Union.
“Get Together” EAfA networking meeting
The European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) network held its first event of 2020 in Brussels on 13 February. The event gathered over 85 members to discuss various prevalent themes and their work on apprenticeships.
Webinar: Adult learning in the workplace: benefits and implementation strategies
EAfA’s sixth webinar discussed adult learning in the workplace and took place on Wednesday 5 February at 10.00 CET.
EAfA is now 300 members strong
The European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) has reached 300 members, a huge milestone in strengthening the quality, supply and overall image of apprenticeships across Europe.
Winners of the European Alliance for Apprenticeships Awards 2019
The fourth European Vocational Skills Week has taken place and the winners have been announced.
EAfA brochure ‘Good for Youth, Good for Business’ now available
The European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) has been working hard to improve the quality and perception of apprenticeships throughout Europe. Find out what they have been doing to achieve this in the new brochure ‘Good for Youth, Good for Business’.
EAfA Meeting: Apprenticeships for adults - How to make apprenticeships a lifelong opportunity
On 15 October 2019, the European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) held a meeting in Helsinki, Finland as part of European Vocational Skills Week 2019.
Engagement of SMEs in work-based learning – News from the two day event
In September 2019, the European Commission and the European Training Foundation hosted the ‘European Alliance for Apprenticeships 4th regional seminar for candidate countries'.
Getting young people straight to work in Balkan countries and Turkey
Four Balkan countries and Turkey are joining forces at a seminar on 26-27 October in Budva (Montenegro) to improve the quality of apprenticeships and make it easier for young people to find jobs.
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