VET for you too
Over the last decades four European associations of VET providers have been active in projects, mobility, internationalisation in education and policy development (EVTA, EfVET, EUproVET, EVBB). These four associations have been working mainly at the secondary VET level and have different orientations and objectives such as:
In 2010 the European Commission was about to present the Bruges Communique, formulating the future of VET in Europe. The four associations decided to join forces to influence the policy content. The success of their collaboration led to a structural meeting with the European Commission. In that context two additional associations for Academic and Professional Higher Education were asked to join the discussions (eucen, EURASHE).
In 2014 all six associations agreed to work together under one umbrella. The organisations have kept their respective responsibilities and activities, but have been working also for reaching joint objectives in assuring quality in VET and parity of esteem of VET in society. Also progression from (H)VET to Higher Education is an important issue. All this in the interest of VET students, companies and the social and economic development in Europe.