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|Title:||The renewed role of continuing vocational training for inclusion and territorial development in the twin transitions|
|Citation:||Angotti R., Pedone A., The renewed role of continuing vocational training for inclusion and territorial development in the twin transitions, Intervento a "XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale AISRe", Milano, 5-7 settembre 2022 <https://oa.inapp.org/xmlui/handle/20.500.12916/3611>|
|Abstract:||The rapid changes in digital and ecological innovation and its penetration into the socio-economic system have placed skills at the centre of training systems. The European Union's human-centred approach to transition, accompanied by the growing demand for more fluid and smart types of learning, requires immediacy, flexibility and personalisation of training. Innovation and digitisation in vocational training play a key role in the broader green and digital transitions, as well as in the recovery and resilience of a post-COVID-19Europe.|
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