Appointment as subcontractor to European funded Skills Audit Project

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    Description

    Through this study the European Commission aims to create a better knowledge base about the availability of skills audits to different target groups, the variations in how skills audits are carried out, what they entail, who is involved and which assessment and identification methods are being used. It also aims to collect evidence on the demand and supply of skills audits across the EU and the effectiveness of different types of practices.

    More specifically the study will give an overview (mapping) of skills audits in 16 EU Member States: Austria, Belgium (BE-fr and BE-nl), Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, UK (England and Scotland). The results of the study will be used to further develop guidelines on how to design and implement skills audits.

    The researcher will be required to contribute to the above goal with his expertise in analyzing solution from the private sector, collecting information on skills audits in England and Scotland. Researchers will receive a detailed briefing for each task from the project management team.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date23/11/171/07/18

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