It can be quite challenging setting up and coordinating a mobility experience for your learners. We’ve prepared a number of useful resources to help you throughout all stages of planning the mobility, so that you get it right the first time round.
Resources for Tutors
For a quick snapshot of what’s involved, check out our Erasmus+ Mobility Tutor Journey video.
Online Linguistic Support Assessment.
To find out more, watch this useful video.
Looking for some more in-depth guidance?
Our Erasmus+ Mobility Tutor Handbook is a step-by-step guide that will talk you through all the stages of planning so that you know what you need to do before, during and after your students go on their placements.
‘Understanding My Journey’ Soft Skills Toolkit
If your work involves supporting the skills development of young people aged 16-30, you can now download, use, share and adapt the UMJ Toolkit. Hundreds of young people and practitioners across Europe have already used the tool, integrating the activities into tutorials, group workshops and one-to-one skills coaching.
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Worried about how to use the Erasmus+ App? We’re here to help! All you need to do is show your students this video and you’ll instantly make both your life and their life much easier. This video covers all the essentials they’ll need to know about the Eramus+ App.
So, what is ECVET?
If you want to know more about what ECVET is, look no further. This useful guide will tell you everything you need to know about the European Credit System for Vocational Education And Training and how it can be applied to mobility periods in Europe.
Want to know what ECVET can do for you?
This useful factsheet outlines the benefits of ECVET for both learners and practitioners.
“I feel my experience of working and living in Barcelona has definitely made me mature professionally and for the future living independently. This whole experience has made me learn that there is so much opportunity and hidden creativity you just have to find it and explore new places”.