Vocational education and training in the Southern Mediterranean countries: New website offers a wealth of information and comparison tool

May 22, 2017
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The European Training Foundation’s (ETF’s) flagship programme ‘The Torino Process’ has had a digital facelift. The new website allows users to easily extract and compare facts, figures and trends on vocational education and training (VET) reform in countries bordering Europe, including those of the Southern Mediterranean shore.

The ETF’s Torino Process is a participatory analytical review that allows to track progress, updates and results achieved through the work of the ETF with partner countries bordering the EU to improve VET systems and outcomes.

The Report Hub section of the website allows users to browse through the 25 participating country reports, access summaries and key indicators from the 2016-17 Torino Process round. It offers a Comparison Tool that allows users to compare facts and findings contained in the country reports. The Blog features the stories behind the numbers.

It’s a valuable tool for policymakers, researchers and other stakeholders seeking insights on the state-of-play of VET reform in ETF partner countries. Now, in a few clicks, users can extract the information that is of interest to them, for example regional or thematic trends and good practices contained in the lengthy reports.

The digital tool is launched ahead of the ‘Changing Skills for a Changing World’ Torino Process international conference, to be held on 7-8 June.

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Press release

Torino Process website

Publications: Executive summaries for each country

Torino Process international conference

Countries covered:

  • Algeria
  • Egypt
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Libya
  • Morocco
  • Palestine *
  • Tunisia