Quality Label for Host Organizations can be used by Mobility Coordinators to reward all those public and private bodies interested in and willing to cooperate within transnational learning mobility schemes. Europemobility Network Quality Label for Host Organizations certifies that the Host Organization provides the foreign mobile learners with a safe, relevant and stimulating learning environment. […]
Quality Label for Mobile Learners can issued by Mobility Coordinators to celebrate the success of a transnational mobility action. The Europemobility Network Quality Label for Mobile Leaners not only certifies that the Learner have successfully accomplished an enriching work placement or practical experience abroad. The Quality Label for Mobile Leaners also imply that the Learner […]
Europemobility organized a workshop for the Thematic Commission on Recognition at the European Parliament within the framework of the Lifelong Learning Week, in December 2013.
Participants from over 10 countries exchanged views and experiences on how skills and competencies acquired abroad within transnational mobility can be assessed and validated.
The Europemobility Network Video Contest is a yearly event gathering videos from European citizens who have accomplished a work placement or a practical experience abroad. Use videos from current and previous editions of Europemobility Network Video Contest on your web site and in your promotinal and awareness raising campaigns to invite european learners to accomplish […]
In this section you may access to all information, resources and activities accomplished by Europemobility Network.
This study wants to investigate the impact of international learners on host organizations. The study follows recent studies that show that host organizations can benefit from international learners, e.g. in terms of improving language skills, intercultural skills as well as new working methods and the access to new markets abroad. That means the internationalization and […]
This study investigates the impact of learning mobility on language skills, intercultural skills, professional skills as well as the impact on a sense of “European identity”. The study compares self-assessment data between learners, who have been abroad for at least one period for learning and/or working (mobile group) and learners, who have never been abroad […]
Towards ET2020: positive action to enhance vocational education and training within a lifelong learning agenda
This publication presents the follow-up activities which have been carried out by EfVET and the other European VET Associations around the Bruges Communiqué. Within the launch of the Bruges Communiqué in December 2010, the four European VET Associations – EfVET, EUproVET, EVTA and EVBB – presented a Joint Declaration on the contribution of Vocational Education […]
This publication represents a tool to support and promote quality in transnational learning mobility. Lifelong learning means that boundaries related to time, place, biography, institutional setting and forms of learning are dissolving. While the European Lifelong learning Programme (LLP) 2007-13 still contained sectorial boundaries of school (Comenius), vocational (Leonardo), adult (Grundtvig) and higher (Erasmus) education […]