Fabian Demicoli

Continuing vocational training


Two thirds of enterprises in the EU27 provided
vocational training in 2010 – Continuous Vocational Training (CVT) corresponds to
training during working-time or paid at least partially by the employer (for
instance evening courses).

In the EU27, two thirds (66%) of all enterprises with ten
or more employees provided vocational training to their staff in 2010, compared
with 60% in 2005. The highest proportions of enterprises providing training
were observed in Austria and Sweden (both 87%) the United Kingdom (80%), the
Netherlands (79%), Belgium (78%) and France (76%), and the lowest in Poland
(23%), Romania (24%), Bulgaria (31%), Latvia (40%) and Hungary (49%). Malta
ranked at 54%

These data, published by Eurostat, the statistical
office of the European Union, come from the Continuing Vocational Training
Survey (CVTS), which is carried out every five years.

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