• Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland



  • 23 May 2017

    Representatives of the city of Kielce visitnig Denmark exchanged best practices in the vocational training and labour market regulations.

    “Danish experience in the field of labour market regulations, flexicurity and vocational training are of particular interest for Poland. The widely established career-counseling system combined with industry oriented educational schemes are most inspiring also for Polish business” – underlined Ambassador Henryka Mościcka-Dendys during the meeting with the delegation.


    The aim of the visit was to get acquainted to the best practices of the Danish vocational training system, as well as its impact on the country economy and labour market. The delegation, headed by vice mayor of Kielce, Mr Tadeusz Sayor, studied Danish solutions and education models in vocational training for metal industry and IT trades. The meetings held at vocational schools in Aarhus, Aalborg and Roskilde were an opportunity to exchange lessons-learned and best practices for the Centre for Vocational Training, which is about to be established in Kielce. The role of the Centre will be to educate qualified work force for the transport, IT and metallurgical industry.


    The visit was part of the “Modern Vocational Trainig – Modern Region” project co-financed by the European Social Fund in the framework of the Regional Operational Programme for the Świętkorzyskie Voywodship 2014 – 2020 (“Axis 8 – The development of education and active society, Sub-action 8.5.1. Raising the quality of vocational training and support for the creation and development of CKZiU”)

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