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Couverture FE 157

The third-party employer, an emerging figure in the training-employment link

This issue deals with some aspects of intermediation in the training-employment link. The employment market is indeed characterized by persistent massive unemployment and growing precarity. Thus, market intermediation is a social issue. It appears in different ways, as this issue shows: it can have a territorial or local scope, be approached in the framework of apprenticeship training in…

Formation Emploi, n° 157, June 2022, 164 p.

Retraining is hard work! A survey of unskilled workers

The question of retraining lies at the heart of current employment policy issues. However, wanting to change occupation is no guarantee of completing a retraining programme, even less of finding a job. While low-skilled blue- and white-collar workers are the ones most likely to seek a change, they are also the ones who benefit least from a retraining programme. Workers’ desires to retrain are…

Training and Employment, n° 156, June 2022, 4 p.
Couverture FE 156 Les aporiesde la professionnalisation des formations initiales

Contradictions in the professionalisation of initial education

This issue deals with the professionalisation of education. In the communications media, among politicians and among decision-makers, the cause is heard: professionalisation would be an obvious answer to unemployment.

Formation Emploi (in English), n° 156, April 2022, 162 p.

French exceptionalism tested against the Lisbon strategy principles. The case of the Qualifications Framework implementation process

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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What role does education play in environmental concerns?

Several international studies and reports have highlighted the key role that education plays in raising people’s awareness of environmental protection. The Génération 2013 survey, which includes a questionnaire focused specifically on sustainable development, sheds some new light on the issue. This edition of Céreq’s Bref is concerned with the educational, socio-economic and geographical…

Training and Employment, n° 155, January 2022, 4 p.
Formation Emploi 155

Training pathways through the mobility prism

Mobility is an important (lifelong) issue for training and employment. This Formation Emploi issue highlights the existence of a double social and spatial distance. Sometimes, being mobile creates training or employment opportunities. This mobility, whether desired or not, is based on the existence of resources and their solicitation. Mobility depends on geographical position (rural or urban…

Formation Emploi (in English), n° 156, December 2021, 162 p.
Couverture Training & Employment 153

What certification for transversal competences in France?

Since the Act of 23 April 2005 came into force, curricula in the compulsory stages of education have been drawn up on the basis of a “common core of knowledge and competences”. Updated and extended by the 2013 Act, this common core is the French version of the European recommendations on transversal competences. In the course of the European Track-Vet project, a team from Céreq investigated…

Training and Employment, n° 153, November 2021, 4 p.
Couverture FE - 154

Disability facing training and work: towards an inclusive employability?

This issue of Formation Emploi explores the training-employment-work relationships for people with disabilities. Indeed, these people are particularly affected by unemployment and by lesser access to qualifications.

Formation Emploi (in English), n° 154, October 2021, 156 p.

Young people not in employment, education or training (NEET): the role of basic competencies

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, n° 154, October 2021, 4 p.