Closing The Skills Gap: Vocational Education and Training for The Circular Economy | Release

Posted by aclimaadmin | mayo 21, 2021 | Noticias del Sector

There is a gap between the skills workers have today and the ones they will need to participate in a circular economy fit for the future. Without proper up- and reskilling, we risk not only leaving workers behind but also limit our ability to achieve our environmental goals.

This report lays out why vocational and educational training (VET) is a key mechanism to secure a skilled workforce that can thrive in the circular economy. It provides recommendations for governments, educators, industry and civil society, illustrating how VET can help us build circular capacities, leverage existing skill sets and diversify.

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Fuente: Circle Economy 

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