Définition d'une stratégie du LLL au Luxembourg
Start date: Mar 1, 2011,
The definition of an LLL strategy is a key element in Luxembourg’s government programme. The government has already put significant resources in place to optimise the supply of training and adapt it better to the needs of a multicultural and ageing population, as well as to face up to future training and employment challenges. A large number of stakeholders is involved in reforms of vocational training, validation of knowledge acquired and access to suitable training during the [financial] crisis. The assessment of the situation today is as follows – all these measures are not part of a coordinated and consistent approach and certain measures are still missing. In addition, too many potential learners are not aware of what is currently available, which, in certain cases, is not suited to their needs.This project therefore intends to correct this situation via:- raising awareness and informing the Luxembourg public of the importance of LLL together with - the production of a white paper on Luxembourg’s LLL to start the legislative process which is needed to balance supply and demand better and to adapt existing tools to the learning population’s actual needs. The main purpose is to increase the transparency and consistency of the arrangements which exist for LLL in Luxembourg.
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