Reforming VET governance systems leads to more effective, efficient and relevant policy outcomes. The ETF follows the principles of good and multilevel governance, subsidiarity and territorial cohesion.
Providing expertise and technical advice in the field of education, training and labour under the EU’s Instrument for Pre-Accession, the European Neighbourhood Instrument and Development Cooperation.
Inspired by the Copenhagen process and the 2010 Bruges Communiqué, the Torino Process is a biennial review of VET systems and policies. Evidence based, the process is participatory with partner countries actively engaged throughout.
Supporting entrepreneurs to start and grow businesses can have a positive impact on a country’s economy and society.
Supporting countries develop effective employment and labour mobility policies, with a particular focus on skills, leads to better functioning and more inclusive labour markets.
Improving the quality and availability of VET provides people with skills that meet employers’ and society’s needs.
Increasing geographical and occupational mobility means people need a clear and trusted way to demonstrate their competences. The ETF is helping partner countries to address this through qualification system reform.