Universal recognition of the responsibility of VET providers, employers and governments to equip the workforce with the skills needed to meet social demands.
Constant updates of vocational education and training programs due to social needs, with integration of emerging skills such as those in the field of green and digital technologies.
Development also required for social and professional skills, which allow people to face complex social challenges head-on.
Focus on the central role of applied research and innovation in VET, to demonstrate the progress of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) within the skills ecosystem and the transition towards green and digital technologies.
Collaboration between VET providers, the labor market and government bodies highlighted as a means to co-create solutions that align education and training with the needs of society, fueling innovation in professions and cultivating shared learning environments.
The CoVE Forum served as a valuable platform for VET stakeholders to share their insights, lessons learned and best practices. A crucial knowledge exchange to promote innovation in the VET sector.