In May-June 2021, the Institute for Social Research in Zagreb conducted a survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on education in Croatia. The survey concludes that the effects of the pandemic on learners’ wellbeing and learning progress were considerable; it calls for effective policy responses.
While facing the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the WorldSkills Croatia 2021 competition was held live from 11 to 13 May in Zagreb, Croatia, for over 300 IVET learners in 43 disciplines.
From March to June 2020, during the Covid-19 lockdown and the school transition to distance learning, the Agency for VET and Adult Education (ASOO) conducted a survey on the experience, attitudes and needs associated with distance learning in Croatia. They asked 1348 IVET and CVET teachers to assess digital competences, distance learning delivery and available support. Further surveys were also conducted among pre-tertiary and provider levels to plan support and different scenarios for education and training delivery in 2020/21.
The Zagreb and Petrinja earthquakes that occurred in the spring and winter of 2020 respectively, caused major disruption in the education process at all levels, including VET.
The annual celebration of vocational skills across Europe and beyond was back this May after a year of absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with over 800 physical, hybri
The crucial role of vocational education and training (VET) at the current historical juncture, with the energy crisis looming and the greening of the European economy becoming an urgent priority,
Although the officially announced national strategy for the digital transformation of education saw a delay of over 2 years, three engaging initiatives demonstrate promising bottom-up developments.
In August 2021, a week before the start of the new school year, one of the Netherlands’ largest VET colleges, Regionaal Opleidingen Centrum (Regional Education Centre) ROC Mondriaan, fell victim to