Évaluation et anticipation des compétences : panorama de l’OCDE
Faced with a labor market change, countries are facing the same reality: a workforce who have difficulty finding employment while employers report having recruitment difficulties. Faced with this imbalance between supply and demand for skills, countries are driven by the same desire: to ensure a better match between training and employment. For this, they use evaluation exercises and anticipation of skill needs.
All OECD countries and EU conduct such exercises since the 60s of 20esiècle (ILO, 2018). In a recent book, the OECD provides an overview of these exercises in the light of an analysis of practices in 29 countries, including Canada. The elements that have retained our attention. [googletranslate_en]