Eurochambres position on the proposal for a decision of the European Parliament and the Council on the European Year of Skills

The 2023 European Year of Skills is an excellent opportunity to work with EU level instruments to respond to labour market needs, such as mobility schemes, upgrading Vocational Educational Training (VET) and forecasting tools. Chambers of commerce and industry play a key and hybrid role, developing and upgrading skills, representing businesses and the “users” of these skills, while also developing and delivering VET policies. Well-targeted EU funding can support the upskilling/reskilling of the workforce to keep competitiveness and to address the transformations related to the green and digital goals.

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