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Transferable Skills in VET – A toolbox

This guide is on transferable skills. The ILO defines these as ‘employable skills which can be used productively in different jobs, occupations and industries’. Entailing on the one hand core life skills such as literacy and numeracy and also e.g. critical and creative thinking. On the other hand, there are the general vocational-technical skills: basic vocational skills that – due to the standardization of products and processes- form a versatile foundation for further more specific (on-the-job) training. E.g. basic electro-mechanics.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story @ Transferable skills in vocational education and training | VET Toolbox

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