The aim of this article is to explain the role of educational and training programmes that represent both the key labour market policy tool increasing labour force employability and the lifelong learning policy tool contributing to the lifelong learning concept. On the basis of the exploration of wide range of related literature, statistics and research studies we describe existing types and goals of educational and training programmes which are used as key measures of public policy in different countries. At the same time we reflect the role of these programmes in current changing economic and social conditions and their link to the principles of flexicurity policy.
* Labour Market Training and Educational Programmes: Their Importance and Contribution to the Increase of Employability of the People Threatened by Unemployment
Markéta Horáková 2014-05-28 2014/1
Citation: Horáková, Markéta. 2014. „Programy pracovního výcviku a vzdělávání: jejich význam a přínos pro rozvoj zaměstnatelnosti osob ohrožených nezaměstnaností." Naše společnost 12 (1): 27-40, http://dx.doi.org/10.13060/1214438X.2014.1.12.91.