Formal And Non-Formal Education Case Study

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The Role Of Education and Training in Increasing the Competitiveness and Productivity, Importance of Formal and Non-Formal Education Program,
Measures and Policies after 2008 crisis
Case Study: Denmark &Portugal Comparison

1. Introduction
2. Education
3. Productivity-Specification-Competitiveness
4. Measuring Competitiveness and Educations effects on Competitiveness
5. How to transfer theory into practice ?
6. World Economic Trends? Why competitiveness is Important
7. European Education and Training Policies to increase economic productivity
8. Denmark
9. Portugal
10. Conclusion Introduction The role of education in economic development is still an ongoing debate in academic environments. Despite of the obstacles against the precise
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Non-formal education is one such pathway. Characterised by a high degree of flexibility and openness to change and innovation in its organisation, pedagogy and delivery modes, nonformal education caters to diverse and context-specific learning needs of children, young people and adults worldwide. Non-Formal Learning is an inseparable part of life-long learning. Types of non-formal education are; Professional and Vocational Training: Traditional Higher Education might remain insufficient to response to the needs of labor market for instance in the Czech Republic, Poland, Portugal, and Romania. Vocational Education and Training can play an important role to fill some of the gap left by the traditional higher education institutions. A vocational education emphasises practical experience, and most of it is completed in a practical training company such as a larger industrial enterprise, a workshop, a kitchen or a shop

Non-formal programmes of professional and vocational trainings generally organized by firms, trade unions, private agencies and also formal schools are one of the most important providers of such
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