January 2020 Update
The new 'Europass'
The European Council New Europass Decision 2018, provided an EU level framework to support the development of a new online platform with web-based tools and relevant information for learners, workers and job-seekers across the EU . The aim of the new decision is to help individuals manage their careers and studies and support the transparency and understanding of skills and qualifications acquired in formal, non-formal and informal settings . The new Europass platform is scheduled for EU launch in May 2020.
Looking for ways to expand your mobility guidance toolkit and upskill in 2020?
Below are some practical suggestions
- Introduce the ‘Euro-Quest’ resource to your school
Our new, free to use mobility education resource for TY students. If you are a Guidance Counsellor we would love to see your school get involved! Register your interest and find out more...
- Join us at our workshop at the 2020 ICG Conference in Galway
We will introduce the ‘Euro-Quest’ resource to Guidance Counsellors
- Keep up to date with events and news from the Euroguidance Network
Subscribe to the newsletter, review the latest editions of the 'Insight' magazine and the annual 'Highlights' publication, view recent webinar recordings and lots more...
- Keep an eye out for upcoming Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCAs) that are taking place
These can be on very interesting topics relevant to Guidance (e.g.: inclusion and diversity). They also allow for the opportunity to network and find potential partners for future projects.
- Explore 'E-Twinning'
A virtual mobility environment which allows you to internationalise your lessons and practice and collaborate with European colleagues without leaving the classroom!
- Sign up to the Léargas newsletter
Keep up to date with any Erasmus+ related news and events from our National Agency
- Browse the ‘school education gateway’ website
Europe's online platform for school education
'Academia+' programme research
Invitation to complete an online questionnaire which will guide the development of the emerging Academia+ programme.
Through a consortium of 5 European countries - research is currently being carried out to support and consolidate the exchange and transnational training of guidance counsellors in Europe and to focus on the development of training programmes to address current key challenges in labour market information and counselling.
To achieve this goal, we ask for your collaboration in the fulfillment of the following short online questionnaire
If you want to know more details about the Academia+ project and our intellectual Outputs, please go to the official webpage