Mobility Charter

Mobility Charter

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The VET Mobility Charter encourages organisations that have track records of proven quality in organising VET mobility for learners and staff to further develop their European internationalisation strategies. This means that a sending organisation develops an international approach throughout its work, for example by networking with bodies in other countries, promoting the learning of foreign languages and looking beyond national VET approaches.

The Charter also recognises the holders’ long-term commitment to continuous improvement of mobility and their strategic approach to incorporating international mobility in their activities. Recipients of the Charter retain it for the full duration of Erasmus+ and can make simplified applications through the yearly General Calls. Seven Irish organisations currently hold the VET Mobility Charter, as listed below. 

The deadline to apply for the VET Mobility Charter is 11 a.m. on 16 May 2019. Please note that the terms of the Call allow for Charters to remain valid beyond the lifecycle of Erasmus+, which ends in 2020.

Read the annexes and application documents before you apply (zip file).

Access the application form here. You will need an EU Login account to see the form.

If you need further information or help, get in touch with us.

Mobility Charter Holders

City of Dublin Education and Training Board (CDETB) – Rathmines College of Further Education
2018-1-IE01-KA109-038876

Cork Education and Training Board – St. John’s Central College
2018-1-IE01-KA109-038877

Moate Community School – Moate Business College
2017-1-IE01-KA109-025789

Tipperary Education and Training Board – Templemore College of Further Education
2016-1-IE01-KA109-016996

Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board – Galway Technical Institute
2015-1-IE01-KA109-008724

City of Dublin Education and Training Board – Ballyfermot College of Further Education
2015-1-IE01-KA109-008725

City of Dublin Education and Training Board – Colaiste Íde College of Further Education
2015-1-IE01-KA109-008726

City of Dublin Education and Training Board – Coláiste Dhúlaigh College of Further Education
2015-1-IE01-KA109-008727

City of Dublin Education and Training Board – Inchicore College of Further Education
2015-1-IE01-KA109-008729

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