Education and life-long learning

Hence the ability to learn throughout one’s life in order to adjust and enhance knowledge, qualifications and skills. It includes continuing education for those who already have a job, and retraining for those wishing to qualify for a new job, as well as apprenticeships or internships to obtain initial experience in the labour market. Our education work focuses on the possibilities that exist in the EU, the differences in the various EU countries, what works well (and not so well), and how the interests of workers can also be protected as part of the education programme.


The future of labour in new work scenarios: digital integration in collaborative and innovative work surroundings
New members of trade unions as the basis for the development of social dialogue
More than one reality: Being young on the European labour market today!
Training as an integral part of an active employment policy for all generations. Involvement of young people in workers‘ organisations for trade union regeneration
Strategies for inclusion and innovative methodologies for the dual system
Lifelong learning: a lifetime of benefits
Youth and mobility: new European workers
Paris / FR


Effective Vocational Training as an Important Task for Workers’ Organisations

Demographic challenges in the labour market, vocational training and social security systems in Europe