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Samokhval, O. (2017). Peculiarities of forming and implementing public administration of vocational training of future specialists in tourism in Luxembourg. Osvitolohiya, 6, 181-186, doi: 10.28925/2226-3012.2017.6.181186

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Samokhval Olesia,
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The article deals with the structure of forming and implementing public administration of professional education of future specialists in tourism in Luxembourg as a prerequisite for optimal functioning and development of the national economy, the realization of its objectives, the transition to a new state and integration into the European educational space. The basic trends in the development of public administration and features of implementing government and non-government regulation of vocational education in Luxembourg are defined here. Legislative and regulatory documents aimed at ensuring the adaptation of the management of national vocational training to economic and educational requirements of today`s are analyzed in the article.

It is noted that the cooperation between the government and social partners is a key principle of organization of vocational training of future specialists in Luxembourg. It is also underlined that vocational training in Luxembourg, despite a long tradition, is in a state of reforming. It can be proved by the following facts: the opening of the first university in the country in 2003, the adoption of the Law on the reforms of vocational and practical training in 2008, having made a significant number of amendments to the Constitution regarding primary and secondary education, and the organizing the activity of specialized chambers in the process of vocational training of future specialists.

Nevertheless, it can be defined that vocational education and training of future specialists, including specialists in tourism is quite of high quality and popular among the apprenticeship in Luxembourg.

Key words: Bologna process;  educational policy in Luxembourg;  education system of Luxembourg;  German-speaking countries; governance;  practical training;  professional education;  specialists in Tourism;  vocational training.


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