At the end of the program three types of certificates are given to participants:
  • the first one is given by ECTE for the participation in the project,
  • the second is given by company/ organisation certifying work placement and
  • the third is given by the National organisation for Europass, certifying skills, and competencies acquired during the mobility.

ECVET is a common methodological framework that facilitates the accumulation and transfer of credits for learning outcomes from one qualifications system to another. It aims to promote transnational mobility and access to lifelong learning. It is not intended to replace national qualification systems, but to achieve better comparability and compatibility among them. ECVET applies to all outcomes obtained by an individual from various education and training pathways that are then transferred, recognized and accumulated in view of achieving a qualification. This initiative makes it easier for European citizens to gain recognition of their training, skills, and knowledge in another Member State.
What are the stages of the ECVET procedure?
How does ECTE work during the PRE- MOBILITY stage?
What services are offered by ECTE during the MOBILITY?
What are the tools used by ECTE for monitoring and evaluation?

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