This intellectual output focuses on the role of intermediaries in the different partner countries, different education systems are examined in order to find out more about the different implementation of dual vocation and training. The focus point is to find out which intermediaries are involved in dual training and VET and how their role can be improved.
It presents the role and involvement of social partners in policy making, and their role in ensuring workplace learning, including lifelong training and active labor market policies.
Responds to the need to identify, adapt and adopt practices that will eliminate gaps between skills and demand in the labor market.
The cooperation of the project partners on the shape of the intellectual outputs has made it possible to design a plan for other European countries that want to involve other stakeholders – in particular companies – in the labor market-oriented process and vocational education and training to increase its effectiveness.