Briefing 
 

Erasmus+ also for travelling apprentices in the EU  

MEPs will vote Tuesday on a resolution asking that the Erasmus+ funding programme be better used to increase mobility of young apprentices and students in vocational education. Mobility strategies and partnerships between local and regional authorities and businesses, chambers of commerce, trade unions and other organisations should be put in place to promote, plan and manage apprentices' professional training schemes abroad, says the draft resolution.

Recognition and validation of learning outcomes, including those developed through non-formal and informal learning, should be better organised at national level, whether via credits or certificates, language knowledge and organisation of the curricula or studies, says the text.


Procedure: Non-legislative resolution

2015/2257(INI)

Debate: Monday, 11 April

Vote: Tuesday, 12 April


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