Apprenticeships

5.1 EU automotive apprenticeship forum to promote and exchange good practice

Ongoing until end of 2021

We have established the DRIVES Automotive Apprenticeship Network (DAAN) on LinkedIn to bring together stakeholders to share ideas and approaches relating to apprenticeships in the EU’s automotive sector. Join in the discussion here

 

DRIVES partners work with focused forums such as the European Alliance for Apprenticeships to support effective dissemination of good practice to EU wide audiences. This has included playing a prominent role in conferences on topics such as improving mobility and developing shared understanding of the marketplace.

5.2 Understanding the apprenticeship marketplace

The aim of this report is to support the development of a shared understanding of the automotive apprenticeship marketplace so that the sector can promote apprenticeships effectively and meet identified challenges. This explores potential improvements in all aspects of the marketplace including; planning, recruitment, support arrangements, employer involvement, tackling skill gaps, monitoring, evaluation, learning from good practice and trans-national networking and working.

 

Click here to read the full report.

Click here to read the Key Issues Report.

5.3 Promoting the apprenticeship marketplace

Ongoing until end of 2021

To promote the attractiveness of apprenticeship, we will bring together stakeholders including youths, employers, training providers and institutions across the EU to educate and raise awareness of routes into the sector. We have planned a series of activities including the development of the Junior Automotive Apprenticeships Advisory Board, an apprentices conference to be held in 2020. Applications to participate are open until November 30th 2019.


Link to flyer and form

5.4 Addressing future skills demands and Industry 4.0

Launch of tool by end of 2021

We are exploring approaches that allow the marketplace to better meet both the current and future skills needs of the automotive sector. This involves developing an EU wide automotive apprenticeship recruitment tool, including for higher level and degree apprenticeships, to create pipeline of apprentices for future skills.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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