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“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas
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“Learning for Jobs”: un programa de la OCDE en clave de políticas educativas

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Ciclo de Conferencias: "La Formación Profesional en España ante la estrategia Europa 2020". En colaboración con la Fundación Europea Sociedad y Educación …

Ciclo de Conferencias: "La Formación Profesional en España ante la estrategia Europa 2020". En colaboración con la Fundación Europea Sociedad y Educación
Simon Field
Coordinador de proyecto en la OCDE.
Madrid, 6 de abril de 2011

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  • 1. Learning for Jobs A presentation at the Fundacion Ramon Areces 6 April 2011, Madrid Simon Field www.oecd.org/education/VET Madrid 2011 Contact: simon.field@oecd.org
  • 2. 2030
  • 3. Number of upper secondary vocational graduates per year: rough estimates, millions.
  • 4. For those entering the labour market during tough times, what are the long term effects? ‘ Scarring’ effects on the cohort In Spain, for each 1 per cent increase in the unemployment rate at the time of labour market entry, earnings losses of 2-3 per cent persisting for up to 15 years.
  • 5. Ratio of youth to adult unemployment: 2009
  • 6. Youth at risk Percentage of young people having left education 2005-7
  • 7. Overall strictness of employment protection: OECD countries Spain
  • 8. The OECD country reviews 2007-2008 Australia Hungary Korea Mexico Norway Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom (England and Wales) Austria Belgium (Flanders) Chile China Czech Republic Germany Ireland United States (South Carolina, Texas) 2009-2010
  • 9. Jobs and learning: two worlds?
  • 10. How can vocational education and training (VET) meet labour market needs? We need: The right skills… … well taught… … in the right place.
  • 11. The right skills How many people, and what mix of skills? We recommend: Balance student preference with employer demand, ideally through workplace training. Either students decide.. ..government plans.. … or the market determines?
  • 12. Well taught How can teachers and trainers be best prepared? We recommend: More input from industry in schools. More training for workplace supervisors of trainees. In schools and colleges In workplaces
  • 13. In the right place What are the advantages of workplace training? We recommend: Wider use of workplace training… … recognising its limitations… … particularly during a recession. Good environment Helps recruitment Trainees work!
  • 14. Skills beyond school <ul><li>A new review of postsecondary vocational education </li></ul><ul><li>and training </li></ul><ul><ul><li>- Now being rolled out by the OECD </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>- Reviews already planned in Egypt, Korea, UK, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Germany, Austria, Denmark, Switzerland </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>- Shorter review exercises in Spain and Romania </li></ul></ul>
  • 15. Learning for Jobs A presentation at the Fundacion Ramon Areces 6 April 2011 The OECD team: Simon Field, Kathrin Hoeckel, Viktoria Kis, Malgorzata Kuczera www.oecd.org/education/VET Madrid April 2011 Contact: simon.field@oecd.org

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