On 12 April 2018, EU Member States adopted the revised Europass framework. The revised framework aims to simplify and modernise the Europass CV and other tools to enable people to make their skills and qualifications more visible, as well as help anticipate labour market needs and trends.
The 5th ECVET Peer Learning Activity for National Agencies will take place at the European Youth Centre in Budapest, Hungary, on 7-8 June 2018. The main topic of discussion will be international mobilities (Erasmus+) and national apprenticeships and the role of workplaces to implement these opportunities. The discussions will include several topics, ranging from the learning outcomes of work-based learning to the possibilities of cooperation between education and labour market actors.
A conference to celebrate the 10 years of the EQF will take place in Brussels on 15-16 March 2018. The objective of the conference is to analyse the impacts and achievements of the EQF so far and the challenges that still lie ahead. If you would like to register to the conference, click here.
The Mid-term evaluation of the Erasmus+ Programme is now available in 23 languages, accompanied by the evidence-based staff working document (in English).
These documents, together with all national reports and all the evaluation deliverables, can be downloaded from the Europa website.