The Contribution of the VET System to Development of Human Capital: Eur ope Union Experience

Author(s)

 

Dudyrev Fedor Feliksovich

 

Candidate of Sciences (History), Director at the Centre for Vocational Education and Training, Institute of Education, National Research University Higher School of Economics

20 Myasnitskaya St., Moscow, 101000, tel.: +7(495)7713232, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Romanova Olga Anatolievna

 

Analyst at the Centre for Vocational Education and Training, Institute of Education, National

Research University Higher School of Economics

20 Myasnitskaya St., Moscow, 101000, tel.: +7(495)7713232, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Abstract. The article provides an overview of the best practices of the European Union in the field of vocational education and training (VET). The selected projects from vocational educational organizations in Germany, Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Croatia and some other countries deal with training workers for high-tech sectors of economy, as well as for reintegration of yearly school leavers to education. Particular attention is paid to the mechanisms of public-private partnership in the field of VET, the most effective organizational solutions and models of cooperation among educational organizations, business structures and governmental bodies. The best foreign experience in the field of qualified employees’ training for the post-industrial economy, as well as in the field of social inclusion, can be used for the development of the VET system in the Russian Federation.

 

Keywords: vocational education and training, public and private partnership, educational innovations, social inclusion.

 

For citation: Dudyrev F. F., Romanova O. A. The contribution of the VET system to development of human capital: Europe Union experience. Pedagogicheskiy IMIDZH = Pedagogical IMAGE. 2018; 11(3):162-168. DOI: 10.32343/2409-5052-2018-11-3-162-168.

 

UDС: 373.6

 

DOI: 10.32343/2409-5052-2018-11-3-162-168

 

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