We will be showcasing best practice projects who are implementing ECVET on our website. Below is an example case study, available to download as a PDF:
If you would like to be included please contact us!
Find out how Cumbernauld College are recognising the achievements of their Leonardo Mobility participants and how the organisation is using Leonardo Transfer of Innovation funding to test approaches to implementing ECVET.
Foyle International are working with five European partners in a Leonardo Transfer of Innovation project to explore the recognition of competences that are gained during initial vocational training experiences.
Find out how ECCTIS is using Leonardo funding to transfer and adapt practical tools and guidance for ECVET stakeholders in Austria, Finland and the UK.
Royal Spa English
Find out how this Leonardo Mobility promoter received help from an ECVET Expert. Read about how they are improving and strengthening their work following the help from an Expert.
The United Euro Bridge
The United Euro Bridge have been undertaking some exciting work since their meeting with an Expert. Read about the support they received and their tips for ECVET success.
South West Durham Training
“The main benefit of using ECVET is to show how it is possible for qualifications to be accredited while taking part in a learning programme outside of the UK. It also allows our European colleagues to understand our qualifications better and understand what is involved during the assessment and internal quality assurance process”
Find out how South West Durham Training have incorporated ECVET in each step of their Leonardo Mobility project.
Walford and North Shropshire College
This college used the learning outcome approach to implement ECVET in their Leonardo Mobility projects with agricultural apprentices during their placements in Italy.
‘Why are professional skippers not allowed to work without borders in Europe?’ This was the question Sea Teach and their Leonardo Development of Innovation partners set out to explore and solve.
Wesminister Kingway College
This London-based college are working with four other countries to transfer, adapt and share practices concerning ECVET in the hospitality sector.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.