Thursday 28. July 2016
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Work-based Learning     Turning Theory into Practice

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Work-based Learning      Meeting Labour Market Needs

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Work-based Learning     Developing Skills for Jobs

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Work-based Learning      Combining Work and Learning

About the Work-based Learning TOOLKIT:

The Work-based Learning Toolkit provides a single platform for the promotion of identified products, approaches and tools in addition to confirming the reach, users, benefits and state-of-play of work-based learning in Europe.The Toolkit is one of the core outputs of the Work Based Learning and Apprenticeships network known as NetWBL.

 

NetWBL is a network of 29 national funding agencies, each responsible for delivering decentralised actions of the Erasmus+ programme, which is coordinated by the German National Agency at BIBB. Network operations are funded directly by the European Commission and centre on the identification and promotion of good or interesting practices and products relevant to the development and delivery of work-based learning.

Co-funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union
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http://www.wbl-toolkit.eu/