Slovenian presidency of the EU. Education for innovation and creativity. Main priorities:. Visibility of education and training within the Lisbon Strategy: the interlinked concepts of equity and efficiency promoting lifelong learning as an overall concept
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Education for innovation and creativity
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Under the chapter »Consider that«, article 5 states: The eight key competences for lifelong learning defined in 2006 EU Recommendation relate to skills which are of particular relevance to creativity and the capacity to innovate. In particular, there is a need for skills and competences that enable people to embrace change as an opportunity, to remain receptive to new ideas and to respect and appreciate the values of
Explanatory text to Guideline 23, line 6-8:
An easily accessible, widespread and integrated system of lifelong career orientation should increase both access of individuals to education and training and the relevance of education and training offer to skills needs