An Agenda for New Skills and Jobs

An Agenda for New Skills and Jobs

With this event, SOLIDAR and its partners: DGB-Bildungswerk, Amsterdam Institute for Advances Labour Studies (AIAS), Arbetarnas Bildningsförbund (ABF), European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) and Fagligt Internationalt Center (FIC) organised a European Round Table in the framework of the “Promoting the Agenda for New Skills and Jobs: Strengthening individual learning pathways by developing skills assessment tools for workers” project they are implementing with the support of the European Commission, Directorate General Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion.

The European Round Table aimed at achieving two goals: developing a common understanding on the need to recognise skills and competences acquired in non-formal education and training environment with relation to the European Qualification Framework, and during the second panel, to exchange on the outcomes of the pilot project that develops assessment and validation tools conducted by project partners.