Through the activities assigned to it, Céreq contributes to monitoring of the implementation of public action, to understanding of the phenomena at work between national or international directives and operationality on the ground, and to analysis of the behaviour of the actors charged with implementing policy measures, of the construction of their professional identities and of the networks and partnerships that are created. The studies focus on public policies on education and training, on vocational guidance and support systems and on certification.

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The present article focuses on the process of reform and establishment of the new French National Qualifications Framework. We describe some of the circumstances that led to its adoption in France in the context of the law of 5 September 2018 on the “freedom to choose one's professional future”. The process of adopting the new framework lasted ten years. The reason is to be found in national…

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A  top priority for public policies at both national and European levels, young people  who are not in employment, education or training (NEET) face a risk of exclusion that  varies in intensity from country to country. While education level plays a central role  in these situations, viewing them through the lens of basic competencies sharpens  the focus. After all, the international data show…

Training and Employment 4 p

CEP (Career development advice), which was introduced in France in 2014 in line with the recommendations of the Council of the European Union Resolution of 21 November 2008 on Lifelong Guidance, is designed to guarantee personalised support for all working people, whether currently in work or not, in implementing their career development plans. Its success depends on the development of…

Training and Employment 4 p

The past 20 years have seen numerous reforms in Italy, which has turned the country into a testing ground for changes in employment policies. This new issue of “Formation Emploi” is given over to an analysis of the Italian labour market reforms, from policies designed to combat early school leaving to apprenticeships via the education-to-work transition for university…

Formation Emploi (in English) 169 p

Early school-leaving is declining, both in France and across Europe. The early school-leaving rate has fallen from 13% to 9% in ten years. By focusing on the regions, an intermediate level between national policy and individual education and labour market trajectories can be brought into play. New approaches to the issue can then be identified by linking individual trajectories, local public…

Formation Emploi (in English) 195 p

In this edition we ask: does a return to training or education offer real opportunities? Certain specific characteristics of French society and of the situation of the less well-qualified young people who are experiencing greater difficulties than their elders in finding jobs are highlighted. These difficulties are linked to the important role…

Formation Emploi (in English) 234 p