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The first output of the ePassport project is ready for download. You can use this document as a tool to prepare a volunteer before volunteering abroad.

The main objective of the ePassport project is to strengthen the capacities of organizations working
in the field of Vocational Education and Training (VET) and to improve their techniques and methods
of preparation and follow-up of their beneficiaries participating in a hybrid and virtual mobility
project.

In order to meet these objectives, the ePassport consortium has developed this tool to help future
VET participants to build their project during the preparation and the follow-up at distance (hybrid or
virtual).

Indeed, you are about to concretize your European or international mobility project. Our role as a
sending organization (SO) is to support you in the preparation of your departure, to accompany you
throughout the mobility project and until the end of your mission, and to carry out a mid-term and
final evaluation of your project.

This is why ADICE, Forum Educativo, KANE & KERIC have prepared this tool which will be your
"Mobility Passport" for all the stages of your project.

The ePassport sheets aim at developing & improving:

  • Your knowledge about your country of intervention and its context
  • Your mobility project (personal and professional)
  • Your understanding of Europe and its functioning
  • Your preparation for professional interviews (CV, cover letter, etc.)
  • Your understanding of the functioning of the host organization
  • Your self-assessment and skills monitoring skills (before, during and after the hybrid or virtual
    mobility).
  • And so on.

You can use the Slovak  shade button, English  shade button, Spanish  shade button, French  shade button and Greek  shade button version. 

All about the project and the remaining three deliverables("eGuide", "Hybrid and Virtual Mobility Electronic Notebook" and "eFollow-up") can be found here: ePassport-project KA2  shade button

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Thank you. 

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