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Mobility of apprentices in Europe

The European network to promote, implement
and enhance learning mobility for apprentices

 

eMovA

eMovA is a virtual mobility project for Apprenticeship. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission (call for proposal Erasmus+) and Grand Est region.
 
eMovA aims to develop virtual mobility in apprenticeship by :
 
  • providing pedagogical materials/educational scenarios for collaborative experiences

  • assisting the training actors in the use of ICT

  • creating a web space to inform the target audience and facilitate the collaborations between the members.

To promote the virtual mobility in apprenticeship, eMovA partners are working on three intellectual outputs. Each one refers to an operational objective.
 
O1/eMovA-activities
 

Purpose : providing educational materials ready to use in order to promote virtual mobility in apprenticeship system

Description of the result: 10 learning sequences

Target audience: teachers / trainers of apprenticeships

Product Availability: 01/11/2016

Languages: 8 learning sequences in English, 1 learning sequence in German, 1 learning sequence in French

State approximate progress: 70%

Click here to access to the interim result

 
 
O2/eMovA-videos
 

Purpose : assisting the training actors in the use of ICT

Description of the result: 6 videos

Target audience: teachers / trainers of apprenticeships

Product Availability: 31/08/2017

Languages: 4 videos in English, 1 video in German, 1 video in French

State approximate progress: 40%

Click here to access to the interim result

 
 
O3/eMovA-space
 

Purpose : informing the training actors on the strengths of virtual mobility and facilitating partnerships

Description of the result: 1 virtual space to inform and facilitate the collaborations between the training actors

Target audience: teachers / trainers of apprenticeships

Product Availability: 31/08/2017

Languages: 1 virtual space available in french, english and german

State approximate progress: 50%

Click here to access to the interim result
 




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.