VET Mobility Charters

Practical guide on strategic internationalisation in Vocational Education and Training (VET)

Mobility Charters

The Erasmus+ VET Mobility Charter aims to encourage organisations with proven track records of organising high-quality VET mobility for learners and staff to build their European internationalisation strategies. In addition to the advancement of learning in another Erasmus+ Programme country, European internationalisation involves the development of international approaches throughout the applicant and/or sending organisation.  Examples of this include networking with VET organisations in other countries, promoting the learning of foreign languages and looking beyond national VET approaches.

The VET Charter Holders map aims to facilitate networking between VET organisations that want to develop  projects that involve  VET learner and staff mobility – It is therefore a partnership-building tool, and offers the function of searching by country.

The map shows the details of the VET Charter Holders (single organisations, as well as Consortium coordinators and members) that have participated in Erasmus+ KA1 VET Mobility projects in 2015, 2016 and 2017 (Last data update 25/04/2018).


The map explained

Here are some helpful hints to get the most out of this map:

  • First view:
    • MAP
      This is intentionally blank to start with.
      Click one to reveal the number of Charter Holders in that Country.
    If you see a circle with a number in it, this indicated the number of Charter holders in this area. Click on it to zoom in.
    A single marker is the location of a Charter Holder, cliking on it will open the Charter holder Details in the right panel.
    The charter holder details contains, colour coded title Red: Consortium Leader, Blue: Consortium Member and Green:Single charter Holder.

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