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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL COOPERATION

  • 3 October 2017

    Representatives of the Jagiellonian Club paid a two-day visit to Copenhagen within the project aimed at supporting vocational schools and the graduates‘ possibilities to enter the labour market. The agenda included meetings with trade unions, employer organizations sand representatives of the Danish administration.

    Representatives of the Jagiellonian Club paid a two-day visit to Copenhagen on 27-28 September within the project aimed at supporting vocational schools and the graduates‘ possibilities to enter the labour market. The agenda included meetings with trade unions, employer organizations sand representatives of the Danish administration to discuss topics such as apprenticeships or lifelong learning.

     

    The Jagiellonian Club was founded 25 years ago and brings together predominantly students and graduates from all over Poland with the aim of facilitating their entry into the labour market and boosting careers. Prof. Radosław Rybkowski representing the Centre of Analyses of the Jagiellonian Club underlined that ‘the Danish experiences in this area are extraordinary and worth promoting in the Polish context.’

     

    During the visit, Polish delegates met with Nina Olsen, vice-president of the Union of Danish High Schools and Vocational Schools (Danske Erhvervsskoler og -Gymnasier), representatives of the Danish Employers‘ Organization (Dansk Arbejdsgiverforening), the Danish Confederation of Industries (Dansk Industri) as well as the student organization Erhvervsskolernes Elev-Organisation. Discussions touched upon topics including the initiatives of the Danish authorities and institutions regarding vocational training, including lifelong learning, creating the best possibilities for learning in vocational schools, earnings and statistics as well as safe and healthy working environment.

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