The thematic perspectives series deals with various complementary topics related to vocational training and the labour market, which are available on the Cedefop website.
This report aims to identify at enablers and disablers of long-term cross-country mobility of apprentices in Europe, at two levels, framework level (external factors to apprenticeships) and apprenticeship system/scheme design level, and how they operate. It is part of a series on the challenges of implementing the ErasmusPro initiative, which seeks to increase long-term (3-12 months) mobility abroad for vocational education and training (VET) learners.
International mobility in apprenticeships: focus on long-term mobility: Spain
Report on the specific initiatives and schemes carried out by Spain to ensure that initial vocational training and training for employment systems meet the demands for skills arising from digitalisation, automation and new technologies, and on the use of these technologies to facilitate new forms of learning.
Vocational education and training for the future of work: Spain
Report on measures aimed at young people over 16 not in education, employment or training and to long-term unemployed adults so they can re-engage in learning and employment. It is part of the series of reports on the efforts made by Member States to help vulnerable groups affected by unemployment and inactivity.
Guidance and outreach for inactive and unemployed: Spain
This report is based on the analysis of the Spanish data gathered by Cedefop’s Opinion Survey on vocational education and training in Europe, in contrast to European data. It is structured around four topics: Awareness and knowledge of VET; Attractiveness and access, Experience and satisfaction; and Outcomes and effectiveness.
Cedefop opinion survey on vocational education and training in Europe: Spain ;