Learning for Jobs A presentation at the Fundacion Ramon Areces 6 April 2011, Madrid Simon Field www.oecd.org/education/VET...
2030
Number of upper secondary vocational graduates per year: rough estimates, millions.
For those entering the labour market during tough times, what are the long term effects? ‘ Scarring’ effects on the cohort...
Ratio of youth to adult unemployment: 2009
Youth at risk  Percentage of young people having left education 2005-7
Overall strictness of employment protection: OECD countries Spain
The OECD country reviews 2007-2008 Australia Hungary Korea Mexico Norway Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom (England and Wa...
Jobs and learning: two worlds?
How can vocational education and training (VET) meet labour market needs? We need:  The right skills… … well taught… … in ...
The right skills How many people, and what mix of skills?  We recommend:  Balance student preference with employer demand,...
Well taught How can teachers and trainers be best prepared? We recommend:  More input from industry in schools. More train...
In the right place What are the advantages of workplace training? We recommend:  Wider use of workplace training… … recogn...
Skills beyond school <ul><li>A new review of postsecondary vocational education  </li></ul><ul><li>and training </li></ul>...
Learning for Jobs A presentation at the Fundacion Ramon Areces 6 April 2011 The OECD team: Simon Field, Kathrin Hoeckel, V...
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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
Simon Field
Coordinador de proyecto en la OCDE.
Madrid, 6 de abril de 2011

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

  1. 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. 2. 2030
  3. 3. Number of upper secondary vocational graduates per year: rough estimates, millions.
  4. 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. 5. Ratio of youth to adult unemployment: 2009
  6. 6. Youth at risk Percentage of young people having left education 2005-7
  7. 7. Overall strictness of employment protection: OECD countries Spain
  8. 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. 9. Jobs and learning: two worlds?
  10. 10. How can vocational education and training (VET) meet labour market needs? We need: The right skills… … well taught… … in the right place.
  11. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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