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Insufficient mobility among VET students in Europe is defined, in the Bruges Communique, as a problem area and therefore in focus in the European 2020 strategies in order for EU to educate the workforce better in the future and remain competitive in an ever more globalized world. By using already developed tools based on ECVET, learners can accumulate the required learning outcomes for a given qualification over time, in different countries or in different situations and improve overall credentials. The system also allows the possibility to develop common references for VET qualifications and is fully compatible with the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS).It is an EU goal to increase VET mobility considerably before 2020, which means that at least 735.000 VET students spend a part of their education in another European country. The aim of this project will be to increase mobility in the automotive sector by making it easier for teachers and institutions to compare and agree on learning outcome (LO), when VET students participate in international mobility. The aim of the project will be achieved by transferring innovative outcome from Leonardo da Vinci projects MOVET and MOVET II. The aims will be achieved and the outcome will be increased mobility among VET students through better transparency in Europe in the automotive sector. The automotive sector is particular relevant to implement the tools on because of the easy to compare technologies and the fact that the end products (car brands) all over Europe are the same. The project results will be capable of reaching out to more and more institutions in EU simply by using ECVET as a tool to do so. The project results will, in the first project year mainly impact the organizations involved, hereunder students and teachers in the automotive sector and administrative personnel working with mobility. By transferring the principles of already proven methods from the MOVET projects based on ECVET (which focused on mechatronics engineers) to the automobile sector, the project will transfer a product which will be adjustable to others in the future and hereby potentially benefit the whole VET sector in the future.



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