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Article Dans Une Revue Training & Employment Année : 2019

The evolution of the training-to-work transition for apprentices in France over the last twenty years

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Initial vocational training for young people in France is structured around two pathways: the school-based pathway, with training provided in vocational high schools, and the apprenticeship pathway, when young people enter into a dual vocational training contract that requires them to spend alternating periods of time in the workplace and in apprentice training centres. For a long time, the apprenticeship pathway attracted only a minority of young people. Over the last thirty years, however, numerous reforms, including the establishment of apprenticeship schemes in higher education, have led to a doubling of the number of apprentices. Céreq’s Génération surveys enable us to examine these apprentices’ training-to-work transition over a 20-year period and to confirm the advantages of apprenticeships depending on the level of training and the economic situation.

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hal-02547617 , version 1 (20-04-2020)

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Benoit Cart, Alexandre Lene, Marie-Helene Toutin. The evolution of the training-to-work transition for apprentices in France over the last twenty years. Training & Employment, 2019, Training & Employment, 141, pp.1-4. ⟨hal-02547617⟩

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