In the last eight months, Europe’s recovery agenda has become clearer. The focus on digitalisation is sharper and other developments already in train have accelerated. Questions of training and qualification are back into the spotlight – in an EU labour market now smaller as a result of Brexit. As usual in times of labour market disruption, higher education is called upon to respond rapidly and innovatively to evolving perceptions of employability.
This latest policy briefing on the recognition of professional qualifications looks at the recent developments such as the impact of the digital transition, the professional qualifications and the wider labour market context, the developments in the higher education sector and finally, the legacy of Brexit.