European Vocational Skills Week



All VET events or activities in Europe that take place from March till December 2020 have the opportunity of being associated with the European Vocational Skills Week 2020.


Organising an EVSW event or activity is an excellent way to raise awareness about your work in the field of vocational education and training. Approved events are featured on this website, making this a great opportunity to promote your organisation, whether a “closed” event or one that draws crowds for activities open to anyone.

This year's Week theme is VET for green and digital transitions.


Before the event

1. Prepare your event or activity
All activities or events that promote VET are welcome (also webinars or any kind of activities that respects social distancing rule). You need to plan and implement each stage. It does not matter if the event/activity is big or small, open only for a specific group, open to the public, or if organised by a professional event organiser or school students. The events/activities all belong to the VET family and can be part of the European Vocational Skills Week.

2. Register your event
It takes no more than 10 minutes and opens the opportunity to promote your organisation and your event at the EU level. 

Register here >

3. Receive your confirmation and the EVSW stamp
Add the ‘’Official Partner of EVSW 2020’’ stamp to your promotional materials, on your webpage and social media. You can also download our promotional materials to link your event with the Week.


4. See your event added to the EVSW webpage
The Commission will do this.

5. Co-brand your event with the Week
To make sure you hear directly of new developments and planned support please join our Facebook group

During the event

Get involved by promoting your event or activity as part of the Week through your social media networks and channels with these hashtags:


You can also tag the following social media accounts on Twitter @EU_social, @EuropeanYouthEU and Facebook Social Europe, European Youth to further your reach.
Don’t forget to make use of local media such as newspapers or radio as well as direct contact.

After the event or activity takes place

Please share with us highlights from your event or activity on the Week Facebook page.


If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us: