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A Comparative Study Between the Different Modes of Support to Employment

Published Online: 06 Aug 2019
Volume & Issue: Volume 16 (2019) - Issue 1 (June 2019)
Page range: 39 - 42
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Journal
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2668-4217
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30 Jul 2019
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2 times per year
Languages
English
Abstract

The objective of the research is to elaborate a comparative scheme of support and assessment procedures in Vocational Education and Training programmes according to ASSESS project partner’s countries. It is a comparative study between the different modes of support to employment and a conclusion between the existing programs and measures in the ASSESS project partner’s countries, investigating the strengths and weaknesses, assessment and evaluation of employability, methods that have been used and degree of performance. The research provides important information on different programs that includes assessment show the needs, realities and what improvements can be done. This analysis makes it possible to model key steps that will be included in an assessment tool of key skills for employment.

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