France, a holistic approach of apprenticeship

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Author: Dumartin, Eric

Abstract:

With a high level of youth unemployment (25 per cent), France considers building a large apprenticeship system a key challenge. Past initiatives to develop apprenticeship programs had a very low or negative impact. The situation is complex and the solution is based on the capacity to combine various key success factors and stakeholders at the same time, like for some medical therapies. As past experience shows, solutions taken individually and without joint, concerted efforts have limitations or inefficiencies. After the simplification effort made by the government around apprenticeship...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Apprenticeship; Youth; Employment

Keywords: Entry into working life; Transition from education and training to employment; Employability; Employment opportunity; Education and training reform; Government role; Partnership in education and training

Geographic subjects: France; Europe

Published: [Washington, District of Columbia]: [International Network on Innovative Apprenticeship], [2017]

Physical description: [5] p.

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