Skills knowledge and employability

  • © Brilanta Kadillari

    The changes brought about by the transition to market economy in the Central and Eastern European region ( e.g. production system, shift of jobs from agriculture and manufacturing to services, emerging new occupations) have not been accompanied by the development and modernization of education and training provision. Shortcomings of the formal education system are compounded by an under-developed system for adult training or re-training that, in turn, put foremost at a disadvantage those population groups with low or obsolete skills. In parallel, the capacity of existing enterprises – especially micro and small-sized enterprises – to deliver workplace training is very limited. More

What's new

  1. Enabling Environments for Sustainable Enterprises

    Albanian employers present business priorities for sustained enterprise growth

    11 December 2017

  2. Bridging job market reality and aspirations

    Moldova: web platform launched to guide youngsters in career choices

    09 November 2017

  3. Future of Work

    Promoting legitimate and safe employment in Hungary

    16 December 2016

Focus on our projects

  1. Albania

    Human Resources Development programme

  2. Moldova, Ukraine

    Effective Governance of Labour Migration and its Skill Dimensions