as Euroqual, within European Community. Present name adopted 3 Nov 1992. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Dissolved, Mar 2002.
Promote common scientific and educational projects among member organizations; animate initiatives to expand and improve European professional training; contribute to improved productivity; coordinate programmes and policies of training organizations and recognized organizational representatives of European social partners and industry by the official institutions of the European Union; promote transnational training and mutual recognition of qualifications; expand the European, vocational and linguistic dimension to occupational training.Available with paid subscription only.
Target groups: young people and long-term unemployed, prepared to be mobile; people employed in insecure work situations. Occupational fields: catering/hotel trade/tourism; transport; electricity/electronics/telecommunications; office automation; environment/local development; commerce; food processing industry; construction/public works; car repair/vehicle maintenance; graphics industry; textiles.
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- Research, Standards
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