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More then 300 labels were delivered to companies in France, Germany and Iceland.
Assises territoriales de la mobilité des apprentisSave the date: 30-31 Mai 2016
Lieu : Conseil régional de Bretagne (Rennes)
The European Parliament calls for more apprenticeship mobility
In a recently adopted report, based on an initiative by MEP Ernest Maragall, the European Parliament calls for improved conditions for apprenticeship mobility.
5th EAfA stakeholder meeting in BrusselsAround 60 participants took part in the 5th stakeholder meeting of the Alliance.
Two workshops were organised, focussing on 1) improving mobility for apprentices and 2) developing an Apprenticeships Support Platform. Read the Meeting Summary or view the video recording.
Developing long-term (6-12 months) transnational apprentice mobility placement schemesCall for Proposals for a pilot project launched on 29 February 2016. The overall aim is to test the viability of setting up "A European framework for mobility of apprentices", to enable young apprentices to develop their skills and enhance employability, while strengthening their sense of European citizenship.
Cedefop's Mobility Scoreboard project
will be a tool for monitoring developments in IVET mobility policies and the implementation of the 2011 Council Recommendation “Youth on the move” in European countries.
ERASMUS+ Report 2014
Preliminarily results of 2014 are presented in a report by the Commission. In line with the overall flat budget, the number of mobility applications remained stable compared to the previous programmes and in 2014, around 500,000 young people studied, were trained, volunteered or participated in youth-exchanges abroad. 150,000 staff members of educational institutions and youth organisations also got the opportunity to improve their competencies by teaching and training abroad.
eMovAA new page is on EuroApprenticeship resources & tools area for members about eMoVa the virtual mobility project for Apprenticeship. This project is funded with support from the European Commission (call for proposal Erasmus+) and Champagne Ardenne region.
Network meeting about mobility: 17 March 2016, 09:30-16:00, rue Philippe le Bon 3, Brussels
European Alliance for apprenticeship
The meeting will highlight some of the key developments and achievements in 2015, and outline the perspectives and initiatives for 2016.
New member 2016: SPFL TrainingSPFL is involved in the delivery of the Modern Apprenticeship programme on behalf of 22 Scottish professional football clubs funded by the Scottish Government through Skills Development Scotland. The Modern Apprenticeship programme is enhanced by European mobility for all apprentices funded through the Erasmus+ Key Action 1.
Brochure detailing more information on the company and the apprenticeship programme.
New member 2016: Lancaster and Morecambe College
Currently running several KA1 & KA2 international mobility/research projects under the Erasmus+ programme. Lancaster and Morecambe College has been involved in a wide range of international activity over the last 15 years and have a highly skilled team dedicated to the management and organisation of mobility's for both staff and students.
To get in contact: Check the partners database
On behalf of the EQAMOB team we wish you all an excellent start into 2016 !
Looking forward to meet you again in 2016 and to exchange about the progress of your and our projects!
Icelandic apprentices in Europe
IDAN receives recognition for the mobility project in presence of islandic Minister of education, science and sports M Ilugi Gunnarsson.
EQAMOB questionnaire for companies on line:
A short surveyamong companies aim to understand
Why does a company choose to be part of a mobility action?
What could be the advantages of the label for them?
How a label could increase mobility and its quality?
European Photo and Video Competition#lovemyapprenticeship
The contest runs from 26 October to 23 November , midnight CET
Contact seminar OFAJ/DFJW- APCMA - DHKT
Annual ECVET ForumFLEXIBLE QUALIFICATIONS FOR A CHANGING LABOUR MARKET
Applying the ECVET principles to strengthen the development and use of the skills needed by the labour market
VALOR - The new ERASMUS+ dissemination platform
The platform includes details of all projects that received funding from EU Commission via ERASMUS+ programme. It links also ADAM and EST:http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/projects/
European Alliance for Apprenticeships Newsletter July 2015
On 22 June, the European Alliance for Apprenticeships marked its first two years with a high-level EU Presidency event in Riga. It gained additional momentum with seven new countries joining the Alliance and 38 pledges from companies and other organisations.
Quality assurance in Higher VETSince September 2014 six institutions have been working together on the Erasmus Plus project „Promoting and Implementing European Principles on Quality Assurance in Higher Vocational Education and Training” (QA HiVETnet). Contact details, newsletter and results are available on
A Europe of talents: giving new impetus to skills acquisition through mobility for apprentices
This high-level conference, jointly organized by the European Parliament and the EESC Labour Market Observatory will be dedicated to the topic of the apprenticeship and the mobility of apprentices.
For more information, agenda and registration (until 29 May 2015) please click here.
MOB GAE Projecthttp://www.mobgae.eu/about-the-project/
The main aims of the project are: to evaluate and disseminate the impact of international mobility experiences, in the frame of EU programmes, in a longitudinal perspective of a group of 2.500 former participants, concerning their personal and professional development and their awareness as European Citizens; to disseminate and exploit existing case stories, good practices, positive changes among the ex participants, the partners within and outside the consortium (enterprises, public institutions, NGOs), acting as promoters, hosting, sending and intermediary partners, interested in improving the quality of their work.
PLACET ProjectSupporting PLAcement Companies in European Training 2013-1-IT1-LEO04-04235 3
The project aims to improve the quality of the placement of trainees in transnational mobility, focusing on the role of hosting organisations. Interviews with companies and results of a needs analysis on the basis of interviews with comlpanies are available.
Quality assuranceEQAMOB collecte project and tools relevant for the quality assurance of mobility.
A first work document gives an overview anout existing projects and tools. For all supplementary information or a tool you want to promote please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
PartnershipThe provincial Government of Pontevedra (Cooperation Department) looking for SME's or VET organizations willing to receive recent graduated VET students to undertaking a 6 months work experience
Contact: Cristina Prego email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Steering Commitee EQAMOBThe next EQAMOB meeting will take place in Vienna, 11th-13rd May 2015. Main aims are to fine tune the collection of feedback about the label from companies and to take a step further about the common marketing strategy. A first position paper about "in-company learning mobility" and review of existing quality assurance guidelines will be discussed.
Apprenticeship forum CCI NantesMore than 1,000 apprentices and European trainers and 45 Learning Training Centres, from 17 countries, met on February 6th at the Nantes International Convention Centre, for a day of discussions about mobility, openness and professional development of apprentices.
EAS launching event
35 participants from 3 projects were at the KA2 launcing event at the Campus93 near Paris. eMovA and EQAMOB started with their first steering committee, and a third project brought together 5 partners for a rewriting session for the next ERASMUS+ application round. During the plenary session, projecs were presented, some recommandations about "design thinking" discussed and the financial and administrative rules of KA2 ERASMUS+ project explained.
KA2 Financial rules
Launching ERASMUS+ KA2 partnership projectsThe Euroapprenticeship network will launch the first partner meeting for the 2 Partnership projects EQAMOB and eMovA the 10th and 11th december in Paris. 35 participants are expected for common presentations and workshops. The progress of both projects will be communicated on the EAS platform and should allow further developments of fonctionalities about quality assurance and virtual mobility.
Agenda of the meeting
EQAMOB projectThe EQAMOB project addresses the crucial issue of strengthening the quality of in-company learning mobility, notably for apprentices and companies involved. The project aims at designing, implementing and disseminating a quality assurance framework for learning mobility of apprentices, including a label to assess and give visibility to the involvement of companies in learning mobility (incl. a marketing strategy).
The regional council Pays de la Loire in France and his partners invite you to be part in a European event bringing together around 1000 apprentices and their subervising teams. To attend this event 200 euros maximum per participating apprentice will be allowed by the Regional Council of Pays de la Loire. See more :
European forum apprenticeship • Friday, February 6th 2015 - Nantes, FR
The PreMo project www.preparingmobility.eu is coming to an end and invites to a final conference in collaboration with TRACK initatives the 13-14th November 2014 in Trento (IT). The conference of the14th will be dediacted to Mobility skills needed in Europe 2020 and transnational mobility as a way to promote HR management.
PreMo final conference
Invitation Q placement.net
Q-Placements.net is a European host companies’ network for the promotion of international workplace training for IVET students and apprentices.The consortium is composed by 13 partners from 10 countries, covering an area of 747 IVET schools, 228.586 IVET students and 733.488 companies.
Results of QAFPhttp://www.qplacement.eu
Final conference QAFP
the project results will be presented at a final conference the 3rd october 2014 in Lille.
Results of french impact study on mobility in Europe for apprentices and employability of trainees
PreMo: Prepara la MobilitàFour Italian administrations have improved their capacity to support mobility by adopting models and tools to support preparatory activities for mobility. A structural collaboration between regions is set up to provide optimal service for the beneficiaries of mobility. The so called "mobility agency operators " of the PreMo network are in charge of the provision of this service. Thanks to a network of contact and services, they are the right people to contact for any service or request for assistance connected with your mobility. The contacts are all in the Vortal. The First version of the Vortal is planned to be operational by the beginning of June 2014 and will be accessible via http://preparalamobilita.eu/
Regional Plan for the Development of the European Mobility of Auvergne regionCoordinated since 2008 by the Auvergne region, more than 70 regional training institutions developed mobility projects and benefits from training, technical writing support and help to conduct European mobility projects and identification of European partners:
Prolongation of submission deadline for applications for accreditation and mobility projects KA1
The deadline of 17 March 12:00 midday has been postponed until 24 March 12:00 midday (Brussels time) to give applicants more time to finalise their application.
Thematic Network Work Based Learning and Apprenticeships (NetWBL)
Next EuroApprenticeship work meetingA work seminar takes place Thursday 27th (14H00) and Friday 28th February 2014 (end 16H00) in Paris at APCMA to take stock of the actual network and the activities of the members and to prepare future ERASMUS+ cooperation and partnership projects.
EuroApprenticeship labels awarded in FinlandAltogether eight employer organizations were awarded EuroApprenticeship labels in Finland in 2013. These organizations had fulfilled the label criteria in particularly good co-operation with the apprenticeship office for the apprentice mobility. Helsinki apprenticeship office has coordinated Leonardo da Vinci and other mobility projects for apprentices since 2001. In 2013 altogether 18 apprentices were sent and 20 were hosted.
130 companies from Catalunya awardedGeneralitat de Catalunya awarded the EuroApprenticeship certificates through proposals by training centres that are active in mobility within the RECIPROCITY project and which participate in the call for proposals published by GENCAT every year. About 130 companies from various sectors were proposed and selected (hotel & catering, food sector, woodwork, hairdressers, automotive repair, care sector and other tertiary sectors etc.)
Application for funding availableOrganisations wishing to bid for funding in 2014 from Erasmus+ and Creative Europe can start to prepare their grant applications. The new Programme Guides for Erasmus+ and Creative Europe provide detailed information on how to apply and are now available.
check the call for proposal
Seminar: Optimize the organisation of mobility of apprentices at regional levelThis french seminary the 9th-10 January at APCMA brings together 65 representatifs of 2E2F Agency, French - German Youth office (OFAJ), Regional councils, the umbrella organisation of skilled craft chambers (APCMA), and chamber of commerce (CCI France), ANFA, Compagnons du Devoir, and DAREIC. It is the occasion to discuss and produce recommandations for a future coordination and concertation of regional actors in ERASMUS+.
International BIBB Conference Work-based Learning in Europe - renewing traditions
the 4th and 5th December 2013 in Bonn: Link to the conference
Council declaration on the European Alliance for Apprenticeships
Link to the declaration
Final conference Nordplus Transmobility
More info about the conference program
Euroapprenticeship network signed a pledge in the frame of the European Alliance for Apprenticeship: APCMA commits itself together with the network members, to promote and spread the EuroApprenticeship label, in order to establish quality standards for the mobility of apprentices, and better acknowledge the involvement of companies in the mobility process.
The stay abroad : source of much satisfaction among apprentices
In May 2012 the French National Agency launched a study to measure the impact of international mobility on level IV and V apprentices.The mid term results have been diffused among the partners of the project.
The European Alliance for Apprenticeshipswas launched in July and aims to increase the quality and supply of apprenticeships across Europe and to change mind-sets towards this type of learning.
Euroapprenticeship network signed a pledge in the frame of the European Alliance for Apprenticeship: APCMA commits itself together with the network members, to promote and
spread the EuroApprenticeship label, in order to establish quality standards for the
mobility of apprentices, and better acknowledge the involvement of companies in the
To learn more about the European Alliance for Apprenticeship: http://ec.europa.eu/education/apprenticeship/
Euro DIM projectThirteen partners from four European countries participated in the development of the EURODIM project and worked on Virtual Mobility which is a very interesting "tool" to prepare joung people before physical mobility. On the website http://cfpast.com/eurodim/ressources.php. you can find the summary of the experimentation.
Report of Peer-learning activitiesThe present brochure summarizes the results of three Peer learning seminars conducted from 2011 to 2012 with more than one hundred members and experts from various backgrounds. Background papers and synthesis of the thematic will be soon available on the website.
CEDEFOP ECVET REPORTWe are pleased to inform you about the Cedefop’s latest ECVET monitoring report available on the internet at: http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/EN/publications/21204.aspx.
This is the third Cedefop analysis of developments in ECVET from June 2011 to September 2012 in 32 countries.
EuroApprenticeship: WHAT’S NEXT?A new deal for the future network activities and the platform
Paris, June, 6th-7th 2013: the seminar will be the occasion to take stock and review the impact, the use and outcomes of EuroApprenticeship and to present the priorities for the future activities recommended by the members. Workshops will allow to take a step further and design the future of the network together.
Confirmation file to return until 24 May
EuroApprenticeship seminar, Roma: European mobility in support of young employabilityProgramme
organized by Association of SMEs in Bergamo/Elfi Lombardia in collaboration with ISFOL – National Agency of Leonardo da Vinci sectorial LLP Program.
Pologne, Warsovie - 23 May 2013This event organised by ZRP will be concentrated on VET promotion, Euroapprenticeship results and mobility. It will be connected to the ungoing discussion about implications of VET system modernisation. 50 participants – education experts from craft chambers are forseen.
Film about " Dual system" in Austria
An imagefilm about Apprenticeship Training in Austria - The Dual System in German / English
What is the "Dual System" in Austria? How does it work? Why do Austrian companies train apprentices?
EUC Syd is hosting a CEDEFOP study visitSustainability and user-driven innovation in building and construction
7th to the 11th of October 2013
Last call for applications for study visits
for education and vocational specialists and decision-makers
Application forms for the visits between September 2013 and February 2014 needs to be completed online at Cedefop’s website by 12h00 on 28 March 2013:
Results Euro-DIMfunded under the call for proposals-Leonardo Da Vinci Multilateral Projects 2011, EURO-DIM aims to develop adaptable and transferable tools for vocational training institutions in order to integrate mobility pathways in the apprenticeship system and particularly during short cycles of on the job – off the job training.Discover the resources and tools produced on the website www.cfpast.com/eurodim
Study on Mobility Developments in School Education, Vocational Education and Training, Adult Education and Youth Exchanges
Study on Mobility 2012
Transnational mobility undertaken for learning purposes remains in many ways a curiously under-researched phenomenon, both from a pedagogical and a sociological angle. The report focuses on learning mobility in mobility schemes outside the European action programmes (the Comenius, Grundtvig and Leonardo da Vinci-strands of the Lifelong Learning Programme and the Youth in Action Programme), and it complements a similar study on mobility in higher education.
Lifelong Learning AwardThe project “AUPRAX 2010 – Schulwesen” from the IFA, member of EuroApprenticeship network got the Lifelong Learning Award for outstanding achievement!
The french impact study of international mobility of apprentices
In May 2012 the French National Agency launched a study to measure the impact of international mobility on level IV and V apprentices. We received the first results.
EuroApprenticeship label for companiesDuring the last Euroapprenticeship seminar “European mobility: different realities for different challenges” the first EuroApprenticeship Label for 4 companies was delivered.
Next Euroapprenticeship seminar “European mobility: different realities for different challenges”is organised by the Auvergne Region during the 42nd French national Worldskills Finals: Thursday, November 22nd 2012 from 9.30 to 13.00.
PreMo - Prepara la Mobilità (2012-1-IT1-LEO05-02800)Start of a new TOI project from the Provincia autonoma di Trento - Servizio Europa
TOI "Perfect Match - Tools for High Quality Mobility Experiences"The project aims to increase the co-operation between VET institutions and companies to find and match trainees to the enterprises.
Next peer-learning: “Virtual mobility” - 5th - 6th November in Copenhagen (part I)
EuroApprenticeship seminar, Spa – 4th October 2012Link to the opening Speech (eng) of the EBC President, José Antonio Calvo
Link to the opening speech (fr)
Interim of the" Training without borders" network
The network “Training without borders”, founded by the German Chambers of Skilled Crafts and the German Chambers of Industry and Commerce, provides information and coaching for young skilled workers who are planning to stay abroad during their Vocational Training. Find more information on the website
September 5-7, 2012 – Metz (France) at FREREF European Summer University
Carrefour 2: How do Territorial Alliances sustain and foster the quality of mobility of
youngsters involved in vocational training?
You will find all the documents and information on the FREREF website http://www.freref.eu
Inscription is free for EAS membres.
Based on information gleaned from a large number of sources both at European and national level, the following report summarize significant trends and developments in mobility which can be observed in Europe.
On 18 April 2012 the European Commission launched a consultation on a Quality Framework for Traineeships aimed at increasing the provision of traineeships in Europe in qualitative and quantitative terms.
Results of two studies commissioned by DG Employment, European Commission, covering all 27 Member States:
- overview of the supply of apprenticeship-type schemes;
- comprehensive and comparative overview of traineeship arrangements, including legislative/regulatory and quality assurance frameworks.
TERRITORIAL ALLIANCES for LIFELONG LEARNING
10th session, METZ, 5-7 September 2012
The idea of information mechanisms (or mobility observatories) – at European and/or at national level – has been mooted in many contexts, and a few attempts have been made. This paper analyses some issues related to the establishment of these mobility observatories.