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Publié le  15.05.17

2nd GOVPET Graduate Workshop l Improving inclusiveness in dual Vocational Education and Training (VET) systems

4th-5th May 2017, IDHEAP, UNIL

“Improving inclusiveness in dual Vocational Education and Training (VET) systems” was the topic of the second annual GOVPET Graduate Workshop, which was hosted by GOVPET at IDHEAP, University of Lausanne on 4-5 May 2017. 14 PhD-students from five countries successfully presented their research projects to an academic audience, tackling various issues concerning inclusiveness and governance in VET systems. The lively discussions were enriched by keynote speeches by Christian Ebner (University of Cologne), Christian Lyhne Ibsen (University of Copenhagen) and Christian Imdorf (University of Berne). The PhD workshop also offered the opportunity to jointly locate research gaps and use synergies to further investigate the governance of collective (dual) skill formation systems and related questions of inclusiveness. Each year a Graduate Workshop on a thematic related to governance and/or inclusiveness of VET systems is organized by a host institution of GOVPET. Next year it will take place at the Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training in Zollikofen.


The Leading House on Governance in Vocational and Professional Education and Training (GOVPET) is a Centre of Excellence funded by the Swiss Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI). It was launched in July 2015 and is jointly hosted by the University of St. Gallen, the University of Lausanne (IDHEAP), the Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training in Zollikofen and the University of Cologne. The GOVPET research program focuses on the governance of vocational and professional education and training in Austria, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland. More concretely, it focuses on two central and strongly interconnected research questions. On the one hand the focus lies on the system’s governance: how decentralized cooperation in skill formation is made possible given the ever-present threat of cooperation breakdown and what stakeholders can do to get private actors to cooperate. On the other hand, the focus also lies on the systems’ inclusiveness: how public policies can get private actors to consider societal goals in decentralized cooperation that are not necessarily in the interest of these private actors.

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