ECVET European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System

ECVET European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System

Share of practices in ECVET implementation

 

ECVET for work-based learning – ECWORK project
ecwork.eu/index.php

ECWORK project wants to develop a bottom-up approach for credit transfer of learning outcomes acquired through transnational work-based learning mobility, tackling the issue of having learning outcomes (i.e. knowledge, skills and competences) obtained by hundreds of thousands of European individuals within the apprenticeship and other forms of work-based learning, often not recognized in the formal VET system, neither nationally nor internationally. The project is being implemented in electro mechanics field, involving qualifications at EQF levels 4/5, across Southern European countries using ECVET methodology.
The general objective of the project is to facilitate validation, recognition and transfer of learning outcomes in electro mechanics sector, acquired through transnational work-based learning using ECVET methodology.
6 partners from 5 Member States (Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Spain and Portugal), representing VET...
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ECVET for work-based learning – ECWORK projecthttp://ecwork.eu/index.phpECWORK project wants to develop a bottom-up approach for credit transfer of learning outcomes acquired through transnational work-based learning mobility, tackling the issue of having learning outcomes (i.e. knowledge, skills and competences) obtained by hundreds of thousands of European individuals within the apprenticeship and other forms of work-based learning, often not recognized in the formal VET system, neither nationally nor internationally. The project is being implemented in electro mechanics field, involving qualifications at EQF levels 4/5, across Southern European countries using ECVET methodology. The general objective of the project is to facilitate validation, recognition and transfer of learning outcomes in electro mechanics sector, acquired through transnational work-based learning using ECVET methodology. 6 partners from 5 Member States (Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Spain and Portugal), representing VET schools and VET centres offering electro mechanics at different EQF levels and an organisation expert in ECVET form the partnership: ESS, FORAVE, IEK DELTA, Intercollege, FFE and IDEC. Results of the project are: 1. Common Study –identification of national qualifications on electro mechanics at levels 4/5 of EQF.2. Training of ten (10) VET trainers on ECVET methodology and application in work-based learning. 3. Mobility of ten (10) VET students in 5 EU countries, for work-placements.  4. Teacher’s guide, to support VET teachers organise work placements for students, following ECVET 5. Employers’ guide, to be used by employers that will host the VET students for work placements6. Students toolkit, to support VET students to prepare, organise and get the most out of their work placement abroad.  7. Report on ECVET implementation – recommendations based on the results from the pilots, the policy recommendations and the recommendations for VET schools / employers.
Randolph Hi Xabier, a quick hint. When you put www. in front of the web address, a preview of the website is fetched into DISCUSS. For example:

www.ecwork.eu/index.php
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player.vimeo.com/video/164535982

This brand new video explains how to describe learning outcome units in the framework of ECVET. The video has been produced by the German National Agency / BIBB. Language: English.

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Xenia Chronopoulou Great video, thanks for sharing! 3 years ago
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Natassa Very good introduction to ECVET, thanks for sharing this. 3 years ago
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Miriam thanks 3 years ago
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Hi Natassa,
great idea to set up this group. ECVET is a really complex topic, on which expertise is urgently needed.

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