Indicator 5. Utilisation of acquired skills at the workplace

Indicator 6 Operational definition Which examples Why this could help
  1. Information on occupation obtained by individuals after completion of training, according to type of training and individual criteria;
  2. Satisfaction rate of individuals and employers with acquired skills/competences.
  1. Percentage of VET programme completers working in relevant occupations;


     
  2. Percentage of employees of a given sector who, within a period of 12-36 months from completing the VET programme, find that their training is relevant for their current occupation;

    Percentage of employers of a given sector who are satisfied to find VET programme completers with relevant qualifications and competences required for the work place;

    Percentage of employers of a given sector who are satisfied with programme completers.
4- using agreed information and data collection systems helps to measure progress in a systematic and consistent way
7 – using feedback from employers, students and others makes it more likely that programme are designed in ways that help to make completers employable
10 – if stakeholders, particularly employers, are actively involved in designing training programmes, they will be more confident in the capabilities of those completing programmes

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