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The European Vocational Skills Week 2019 taking place in Helsinki comes to an end. This year, 1,407 associated events and activities have been held across Europe so far and have helped the European Vocational Skills Week campaign to

reach 2.5 million people, which is the highest number ever since the first edition in 2016.

“I am incredibly impressed by the VET projects I have seen, and more convinced than ever that VET really is a ‘First Choice', leading to rewarding and exciting careers”, said Marianne Thyssen, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility.“I am therefore very pleased that we have reached more people than ever before during this fourth edition of our Vocational Skills Week, and hope that they too will spread the word about the quality of vocational education.”

“The best way to increase Europe's wellbeing and create employment is to help everyone learn the skills they need and increase the competence level of the whole population. High quality vocational education and training plays a key role in achieving this goal. The vocational Skills Week and its impressive number of high quality events plays a vital role in highlighting the importance of vocational education and training”, said Li Andersson, Minister of Education of Finland. “We have listened carefully to the ideas and insights expressed during the Vocational Skills Week and will take them into account when shaping national and European education and training policies for the next decade.”

Awards for VET Excellence 2019.  Each year, as part of the European Vocational Skills Week, the EU recognises individuals, organisations and initiatives for their efforts in promoting and offering quality vocational education and training, through the “Awards for VET Excellence”. The awards are designed to highlight the quality in VET, provide visibility to the winners, motivate those taking part and support the development of networks and new career opportunities.