In the framework of flagship programme ‘The Torino Process’, the European Training Foundation (ETF) has published a series of country reports that present insights on the state-of-play of vocational education and training (VET) reforms in ETF partner countries, including Israel.
What is the Torino Process?
Every two years, the ETF invites its partner countries to analyse progress in the VET reforms, in the framework of its programme ‘The Torino Process’, with the aim of supporting them improve VET policies and systems.
The Torino Process has 3 key phrases. Beginning at the national level, countries collaborate, collect and analyse data for the country reports. The next phase takes place at a regional level where countries come together to share common challenges and solutions. The cycle concludes at the international conference in Turin, where all stakeholders come together to set priorities for action.