EQAVET – the European reference framework for quality assurance in vocational education – prioritises the importance of ensuring that VET programmes are relevant to hte labour market by ensuring up to date relevance.  The ‘learner voice’ is critical to effective work-based learning and, as a result, Eduwork.net partners have been surveying VET organisations concerning the issue of VET learner/graduate destinations after their training through ‘tracking’, to ensure that this evidence of achievement is obtained and fed back into the design and implementation of VET and work based learning.

On March 9th we wrote on these pages a feature about another Erasmus+ KA3 project that is exploring this specific issue – and therefore of direct relevance to Eduwork.net stakeholders.

This project – QSE-VET – is holding a major online conference on Monday 26 April between 10 and 13.00 CET. There are contributions from the European Commission, CEDEFOP, the European Training Foundation as well as VET and sector associations. The conference is open to all with an interest in this topic.

Registration is now open: Click here to register!


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