The “Partnership for ECVET” –  PECVET celebrated the second short mobility meeting at the “Stredna odborna skola chemicka” school in Bratislava (Slovakia). The goal of the meeting was to work in groups in other to move forward in each Unites Of Learning Outcomes (ULO) developed during the last mobility in Trento.

The objective of PECVET is to link ECVET with the relevant NQF to be able to use learning outcome-based courses, in order to increase the quality and transparency of VET and increase students mobility and its quality. This will be achieved by the development of learning outcome based modules (ULO) for chemistry/pharmacy, cosmetics, car mechanics, gastronomy and health care and by qualifying to participate and other teachers through a training course, to create learning outcome-based modules, for their field/industry, by using ECVET and EQF/NQF principles. This will foster the integration of students´ mobility in the formal learning pathway and provide greater transparency in terms of individual learning experiences.

The clarification of the structure of ULOs it’s fundamental to develop the Portfolio of LOs and ULOs containing an on-line database of LOs and ULOs and the training course leading to developing Mobility Manual. Therefore, partners have moved forward last week during the meeting in Bratislava.  In order to move forward, they are sharing their experiences with ECVET system in the different partner’s countries. In addition, during the meeting, the partners agreed on the names of the ULO’s which are focused for chemistry/pharmacy, cosmetics, car mechanics, gastronomy and health care. After this training, partners will have to work to develop the content of each ULO in order to presented by the end of 2019. The ultimate goal is to present a training course, to create learning outcome-based modules, for their field/industry, by using ECVET and EQF/NQF principles. This will foster the integration of students´mobility in the formal learning pathway and provide greater transparency in terms of individual learning experiences.