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Skills anticipation and matching: The comprehensive ‘how to’ guide

Year/Date: 29/03/2017


Matching skills supply with labour market demands and forecasting skills needs is critical for the economic growth of any country. The ETF has co-produced a series of ‘how-to’ skills anticipation and matching guides, based on best practice approaches, tools and methods, together with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop).

The 6-volume series covers the use of labour market information – how to exploit and transform data sources into indicators for evidence-based policy-making, skills forecasting methodologies, skills surveys and tracer studies, and the role of sectorial bodies and employment service providers.

Vol.1 Using labour market information

Vol. 2 Developing skills foresights, scenarios and forecasts

Vol 3. Working at sectoral level

Vol 4. The role of employment service providers

Vol 5: How to develop and run an establishment skills survey

Vol. 6 Carrying out tracer studies


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