The EU role in the framework of international financial, monetary and regulatory institutions and bodies (A8-0027/2016 – Sylvie Goulard)
April 12, 2016
Towards improved single market regulation (A8-0278/2015 – Anneleen Van Bossuyt)
April 12, 2016

Erasmus+ and other tools to foster mobility in vocational education and training (A8-0049/2016 – Ernest Maragall)

Ilhan Kyuchyuk (ALDE )

Mr President, I voted in favour of this report, because mobility in vocational education and training (VET) is a source of genuine and diverse learning experience. Unfortunately, just a small percentage of young people currently in professional training are involved in a mobility programme during their training. Experience-oriented education, and of course the learning and training mobility within it, incorporates inputs from the business environment to enable participants to react in a flexible way to the rapidly changing world and labour market demands. Individuals need to be motivated to engage in mobility and to take up lifelong learning through efficient and sustainable financing tools and themes. Erasmus+ proved to be the most successful mobility programme, but we should do better in organising, facilitating and promoting mobility in VET and ensuring full recognition of the knowledge and skills acquired in the context of VET. It also has to be clear that the modernisation of VET systems for lifelong learning and mobility require active involvement and commitment from all stakeholders.

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