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Initial and continuing training

Innovation Labs – Supplementary publication to the implementation report of the National Skills Strategy

The National Skills Strategy was adopted by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, the Federal Employment Agency, three Conferences of Ministers of the Länder (ASMK, KMK and WMK), trade unions, and employer and business associations in June 2019.

Within ten key priority areas, the partners agreed to measures and activities for advancing the continuing education and training (CET) system and strengthening Germany’s CET culture. They stipulated that in 2021, the state of implementation and objectives of the National Skills Strategy would be reviewed and, where necessary, further developed.