Improving insertion to the labour market
Education and training do not automatically guarantee an entry on the labour market. To help governments obtain the information they need to define a strategy for connecting the system with the needs of the labour market, the Pôle de Dakar offers an “education-training-employment” prospective analysis.
A diagnosis centred on the “education-training-employment” relationship
In addition to an analysis of the relationship between the education system and employment and an prospective study on labour market needs, this diagnosis focuses on the relevance of the institutional mechanism and piloting of education system/labour market matching.
A twofold objective
> Helping states develop a supply of training adapted to the labour market;
> Enabling the education system to effectively ensure its role in the transition of graduates to the working life.
Analyses conducted in the framework of an E-T-E outlook
- Supply of training in the education system
- School-labour market transition
- “Education – training – employment” relationship
- Labour market needs
- Institutional mechanism & management of the “education – training – employment” relationship