EU Sources - Joint declaration on VET - June 30, 2017

The European social partners of the Metal, Engineering and Technology-based (MET) industries formulated a joint statement that calls for swift, ambitious action to be taken in the field of vocational education and training in order to guarantee VET becomes a First-Class option. Prompt action should also be taken to address the lack of digital skills in Europe, to ensure the continued competitiveness of the MET sector and the sustainability of its jobs at a time of fast-paced transformation.

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