|Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick|
|Anticipating changing skill needs: A Master Class|
Preface and acknowledgements.
1. The rationale for anticipation.
2. Alternative approaches to anticipation.
3. What is available and where to find it.
a) National Level.
b) Pan European Level.
4. Some key results.
a. Background - macroeconomic & sectoral Change.
b. Implications for skills - Changing occupational Patterns.
c. The demand for and supply of formal qualifications.
d. Mismatches, imbalances and concerns about overqualification.
e. Demands for particular qualifications and generic skills.
f. Key findings.
5. The Sectoral Dimension.
a. Results from Sectoral studies.
b. The DG Employment Sectoral Studies.
c. Greater sectoral involvement in Skills anticipation.
6. Implications for education & training and lifelong learning.
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