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4. 3. 4. 3% of the employees in the over-55 age group 13 This result contrasts with the results in Kuwan et al. (2003). 32 2 Continuing Training took part. Highly qualified employees undergo more training than less qualified employees. 7%). In the second column, the training variable used is an indicator for the number of months during which training took part, ranging from 0 to 12. Here, it is evident that young employees not only have a greater chance of participating in training, they also take part during more months than their older colleagues.

Despite high training costs, the training participation rate is one of the highest. In Germany, rates are below European average participation, and costs of continuing vocational training courses are above European average. Fig. 3. Structure of the direct costs of CVT courses in 1999 100% 90% 80% 70% in % 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% NL P Fees and payments A S DK I FIN F Labour costs of trainers/other costs IRL D E L GR UK Travel and subsistence payments Source: Estimation by the author on the basis of the CVTS 2.

In the probit estimation, almost all of the variables included are significant (mainly due to the large sample size). Older employees have a higher chance of taking part in training than younger ones (although this positive impact decreases with age), and women participate less than men. White-collar 40 2 Continuing Training workers have a much higher probability of participating than blue-collar workers. Highly skilled workers participate more often than low-skilled workers, and both schooling and professional degree are relevant.

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