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LABOUR MARKET TRAINING

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Definition:
Labour market training measures are those undertaken for reasons of labour market policy, other than special programmes for youth and the disabled. Expenditures include both course costs and subsistence allowances to trainees, when such are paid. Subsidies to employers for enterprise training are also included, but not employer’s own expenses.

Source Publication:
Definitions of the Standardised categories and Sub-categories of Labour Market Programmes, OECD, 2001.

Statistical Theme: Social and welfare statistics

Created on Tuesday, September 25, 2001

Last updated on Wednesday, November 14, 2001