TBILISI(BPI)- To help explore best-practice, challenges, opportunities and policy actions the European Training Foundation (ETF) together with the Council of Europe, both working on qualifications reform in the EU neighbourhood, hosted the ‘Shaping Level 5’ conference in Turin, 7-8 June.
The two-day workshop provided a forum for participants from all countries to share their experience, challenges and opportunities to leverage better policy and practice outcomes.
Robotics, environmental technology, public health management – the diversity of interesting jobs and career advancement opportunities with a Level 5 qualification is extensive. At the crossroads of university and vocational education, Level 5 demonstrates specialised and practical skills, creative problem-solving and management. The gateway to innovation, this qualification is an attractive option for learners and employers alike!
ETF partner countries: Albania, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kosovo*, Moldova, Morocco, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine.