Assises territoriales de la mobilité des apprentisSave the date: 30-31 Mai 2016
Lieu : Conseil régional de Bretagne (Rennes)
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.
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.
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
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?
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/
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.
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
the project results will be presented at a final conference the 3rd october 2014 in Lille.
the 4th and 5th December 2013 in Bonn: Link to the conference
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
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
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?
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:
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.
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.
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.
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.