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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Aligning Vocational Education and Training Policy to Economic Development Strategy - Policy Brief
Author(s): McQuaid, Ronald
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Keywords: VET
Local economic development
good practice
Issue Date: Aug-2015
Date Deposited: 9-Sep-2015
Publisher: VET-EDS EU Erasmus Project
Citation: McQuaid R (2015) Aligning Vocational Education and Training Policy to Economic Development Strategy - Policy Brief. VET-EDS EU Erasmus Project. VET-EDS EU Erasmus Project.
Abstract: A core purpose of the VET-EDS project is to identify good examples of the effective alignment of Vocational Education & Training policy and economic development strategies; particularly the role played by labour market information and intelligence (LMII) and specifically forecasting. Two new reports provide evidence on this. This policy brief discusses these reports.
Type: Research Report
Rights: The publisher has granted permission for use of this work in this Repository. Published by VET-EDS EU Erasmus Project:
Notes: The VET-EDS project is part-funded under the EU’s ERASMUS+ Programme. It is developing and implementing a new toolkit to enable national, regional and local labour market forecasters to ensure that they are able to support the alignment of Vocational Education and Training policy and economic development strategy. It includes case studies, good practice approaches and recommendations that address the need to tailor forecasting (analysis, intelligence, format, methodology) and accompanying labour market intelligence (subject, sector, qualifications) across the partner countries (CZ, DE, ES, IT, NL, SE, UK). Project number: 2014-1-UK01-KA200-001848
Affiliation: Management, Work and Organisation

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