In times of striking economic crisis in Europe, education and training are more in the spotlight than ever. All over Europe, national VET systems and VET organisations are making considerable efforts to face these challenges and are undergoing developments to ensure that VET qualifications meet the highest quality standards and can be built upon in rapidly changing economies.
It is crucial that any modernisation of VET systems and organisations are embedded in the practical implementation of existing European tools – EQF, ECVET and EQAVET – aiming to increase the quality, flexibility, transparency and relevance of VET qualifications in Europe.
Executive Summary O1 – Good Practices @Catalogue on EQF-ECVET-EQAVET
O1 – Good Practices @Catalogue on EQF-ECVET- EQAVET
This output, the ‘O1 – Good Practices @Catalogue on EQF-ECVET-EQAVET’, acts as a handbook for all project consortium members to ensure that each partner and their respective local stakeholders involved in the implementation of the project, are aware of, and will become familiar with, the European tools which promote the qualification, transferability and quality of vocational and further education across all EU Member States.
O2 – State of Art Study on Gaps and Challenges of VETPRO
O3 – ATTRACT-VET ECVET CURRICULUM AND TOOLKIT
O4 – ATTRACT-VET TRAINING PROGRAMME
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.