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Title: Identifying approaches for attracting and training new entrants and the existing workforce in the Early Learning and Childcare sector
Author(s): Webb, Aleksandra
McQuaid, Ronald
Citation: Webb A & McQuaid R (2018) Identifying approaches for attracting and training new entrants and the existing workforce in the Early Learning and Childcare sector. Replay-VET ERASMUS+. European Strategy Report [Scotland]. Frankfurt, Germany.
Issue Date: Aug-2018
Date Deposited: 31-May-2019
Series/Report no.: European Strategy Report [Scotland]
Abstract: First paragraph: This country report presents input to EU Strategy suggestions and guidelines for upskilling low- skilled people so they can cover future staff requirements. It is based on REPLAY-VET, a 2-year EU funded ERASMUS+ project led by Prospektiker in Spain with partners across Europe. Europe has a pressing need to tackle future demand to replace workers, caused partly by an ageing workforce and new technologies, and persistent low skill levels among much of the workforce. The project used a network of expert labour market analysts to explore what new policy and practices can assist Europe in tackling replacement demand, by supporting people with low skill levels in various sectors.
Type: Research Report
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