The mobility scoreboard for initial vocational education and training (IVET), a new tool to assist policy-makers in the area of learning mobility developed by Cedefop in close cooperation with the European Commission, was presented at an event in Thessaloniki on 3 June. Participants included Erasmus+ agencies, IVET institutions, teachers and trainers, guidance personnel, students’ associations, companies involved in mobility projects, Cedefop’s ReferNet partners and EU-level stakeholders. A prototype with information on 28 countries (26 EU Member States, Iceland and Norway) is available on the Cedefop website, while the interactive online tool is being finalised and will be launched during the vocational education and training (VET) week in December.
Moving to learn: a new mobility scoreboard for Europe
Learning mobility for all - 23rd June 2016