Training and Employment, n° 80, June 2008, 4 p.
Continuing training at European firms: The first steps towards homogenization
Vocational training at the workplace during working hours is an essential aspect of lifelong learning, which has been adopted as a priority in European development policy. However, the continuing vocational training uptake rates vary considerably from one country to another. Considerable differences also exist depending on the size of firms. Beyond these cleavages, firms' continuing vocational training practices seem to be at least becoming more homogeneous although they are not yet quite converging.
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Checcaglini Agnès, Marion-Vernoux Isabelle, Continuing training at European firms: The first steps towards homogenization, Training and Employment, n° 80, 2008, 4 p. https://www.cereq.fr/en/continuing-training-european-firms-first-steps-towards-homogenization