The Charter intends to encourage such activities, supporting learning in another Erasmus+ Programme country by embedding high quality mobility activities into curricula. It will aslo delvelop international approaches throughout the sending organisation – by networking with bodies in other countries, promoting the learning of foreign languages and looking beyond national VET approaches.
There’s time until 16 May to answer the call for the Erasmus+ VET Mobility Charter. The award will give to any organisation implementing Vocational education and training mobility a record of proven quality of its activities.
Although the Charter is not obligatory, its holders will be able to apply through faster ways under Erasmus+ KA1 mobilities for VET learners and staff as of the 2020 Erasmus+ general Call for proposals (to be released in the Autumn 2019).