The ERES Project – Vocational Training, which began in winter 2010 involves the follow-up of three cohorts of students recruited under the ERES Project – High School (description). Follow-up with students in the first cohort will help us identify those who intend to go into vocational training. These students will be questioned in winter 2010 and again in winter 2011. Those students in the second cohort who enrol in vocational training will be questioned in winter 2012 and 2013 respectively. As for the third cohort, follow-up will be conducted in winter 2013 and 2014. Considering the limited number of students in the ERES cohorts choosing to go into vocational training, oversampling will be applied to increase the number of participants and thereby obtain more representational data for this group.
The aim of the ERES Project – Vocational Training is to evaluate the impact of education reform on the profile of young people going into vocational training. More specifically, the adjustment and socio-professional integration of young people making the transition from general education at the high school level to vocational training will be described.
Goal and Objectives
The aim of the ERES Project – Vocational Training is to evaluate the impact of education reform on the profile of young people going into vocational training or entering the workforce.