Indicator 7. Unemployment rate according to individual criteria

The material gathered below is part of the information provided by EQAVET on the state of play in quality assurance in VET systems among Member States. These practices have been provided by some Member States in the context of the work undertaken by the EQAVET work on Indicators, 2011.  

Estonia

In Estonia, this is not used as an indicator, although data are collected through Eurostat and are available at the national level

More information is available here

Hungary

In Hungary, the meaning of this indicator is as follows:
This is an important indicator on sector, regional, local and settlement level, which provides contextual information about the VET as a whole, including its content- and supply characteristics. Of course, this indicator can also be examined on institutional level as it is worthwhile to investigate the status and development of this indicator prior to defining the institutions’ strategy, to planning the capacities, to starting a development / improvement action, to establishing and operating a teacher’s in-service (further) training system.

More information is available here

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