Meeting Point: E+ mobilities & Apprenticeships - ECVET Peer Learning Activity in Hungary

2018.06.07. | | | |

Representatives of 9 countries ( Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Croatia, Romania, Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary) with 45 participants (ECVET experts, NA staff, VET practitioners, mentors from hosting companies/ representatives of employers) took part in the PLA in Budapest to find answer to the question how international mobility practices using the learning outcomes approach can be applied to national apprenticeships. Further aim was to share examples and practices how the learning outcomes approach can improve the quality of international mobility and national apprenticeship.

The organizer Tempus Public Foundation would like to thank you for your active participation and hereby shares all the information and material.

Venue: The European Youth Centre in Budapest (EYCB), 1024 Budapest, Zivatar street 1-3.

The focus of the PLA is on the learning outcomes approach of work-based learning. The PLA  explores  the cooperation between the two worlds: education and workplaces. It explores how international mobility practices using the learning outcomes approach can be applied to domestic/national apprenticeships in the dual vocational training systems.


7 June

Influences of EU strategy on national VET developments European overview of ECVET implementation
Ms Agata Poczmańska, Educational Research Institute, Poland

The role and activities of National Agencies in the ECVET implementation
Ms Csenge Tóth, E+ coordinator, Tempus Public Foundation

Closing of the first day
Mr János Setényi, Expanzió Human Consulting Ltd.

8 June

VET policy update
Mr Miguel Santos, Policy Officer, DG Employment EC

Welcome address
Ms Katalin Zoltán, Ministry of National Economy

The role of workplaces in national apprenticeships
Mr Csaba Ferencz, Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Work-based learning in CVET
Ms Éva Vidovenyecz, Government Office of Békés County, Employment Department
Mr József Marton, Békés Vocational & Grammar School

Good practices for cooperation between VET institutions and companies
Ms Karolina Dołomisiewicz, Zespół Secondary and Technical School, Warsaw
Ms Györgyi Együd, Krúdy Commercial, Catering and Tourism Secondary School, Szeged

Supporting documents



Learning diary

Background paper

Invitation for the cultural event

ECVET Peer Learning activity in Hungary

Activities of National Agencies in the ECVET implementation 

Evaluation and assesment of learning outcomes in VET student and teacher mobility projects

The logic of organising Erasmus+ mobility work placements

Using learning outcomes in VET student and teacher mobility projects

Erasmus+ VET student and teacher mobility projects