What is the factsheet about?
The new factsheet contains detailed information on how Erasmus+ funding supports apprenticeships and work-based learning. It does so through collaboration and partnerships among various stakeholders, such as businesses, educational institutions, and research organisations.
The factsheet also includes examples of inspiring projects that have used Erasmus+ funding to develop new apprenticeship models, improve apprentice and tutor training, and strengthen links between businesses and education institutions.
You may know Erasmus+ for its promotion of learner mobility, but it is also one of the main EU instruments for promoting vocational education and training (VET) throughout the EU. The programme provides apprentices, VET teachers, and trainers with a variety of opportunities to improve their skills, competencies, and the overall quality of work-based learning and apprenticeships.
Curious to find information on funding and examples of projects? Read the factsheet here.
What is EAfA?
The European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA), founded in 2013, is a multi-stakeholder platform aiming to improve the quality, supply, and image of apprenticeships, as well as apprentice mobility in Europe. EAfA intends to accomplish this through national commitments and voluntary pledges from stakeholders, as well as through the provision of practical information and increased knowledge exchange on apprenticeships.
EAfA is a forum for exchanging ideas and learning from best practises. Through EAfA, you can find partners, create new ideas and initiatives, and access the most recent apprenticeship news and tools. Stakeholders who want to make a pledge can fill out the pledge application form.
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- Publication date
- 20 October 2023
- Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion