The NETINVET network brings together training centres from 10 countries across the European Union that are keen to develop high quality mobility for learners. Each training centre in the network offers training courses that are compatible with a mobility project, provides learners with elements that facilitate finding host companies for work placements and accommodation solutions, as well as provides recognition of mobility within the qualification framework.
Network operations were tested as part of the RECOMFOR Leonardo da Vinci project. This project was used to implement the network’s quality approach, certified by the “NETINVET” label. The quality approach is based on a requirements charter validated by each of the mobility stakeholders: training centres, companies and learners.
Training centres throughout the network rely on common references related to the international trade assistant profession set up as part of the COMINTER Leonardo da Vinci project. Such common references describe units of learning outcomes that form a common "interpretive framework" used to establish coherency between qualifications in each country. They encourage qualification transparency and the recognition of mobility in companies and training centres.
Transport & Logistics
Within the network, training centres share common references related to the higher technician in transport and logistics qualification set up as part of the EURO TRANS LOG Leonardo da Vinci project. Such common references describe units of learning outcomes that form a common "interpretive framework" used to establish coherency between qualifications in each country. They support qualification transparency and mobility between companies and/or training centres.
The NETINVET network participates in the implementation of ECVET European Recommendation principles, which focus on the creation of a European Credit system for Vocational Education and Training. The ECVET system is used to certify, accumulate and transfer learning outcomes obtained in another system by a given learner with a view to obtaining vocational qualification.
The private section of the network’s website is used to forge partnerships and implement and monitor mobility operations. All phases related to mobility are taken into consideration in a process that monitors the recommendations from the various quality charters on a step-by-step basis. Mobility operation quality control is based on feedback gathered systematically from the different players involved in each mobility operation. Mobility in "NETINVET" terms includes hosting activities, facilitating accommodation finding and ensuring the cultural immersion of the learners.
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