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I received link to EU commision survey, about upskilling, low skilled adults and measures. I think some partners experienced in this fields would be definitely help to the evaluation. The message is as follows:

We are still in the process of gathering the opinions of national and regional authorities in charge of upskilling pathways and organisations and stakeholders involved in the implementation of adult learning measures linked to the Recommendation of 19 December 2016 on Upskilling Pathways.

It is extremely important for us to understand the status of the implementation of adult learning measures in your country and how these answer the needs of low-skilled adults.

In order to have an impact on EU policies and inform future measures please fill in the online survey here. The final deadline for submitting a response has been postponed to the 31st of January 2022.

We would appreciate if you could share this request with any peers or relevant organisation using the link below:

Could you please help us distribute the following survey links within your affiliate organisation or networks?

I want to thank you in advance for your support in this important evaluation. For any questions, please feel free to reach out to

Best regards,

Upskilling Pathways Evaluation Team


PROPOSAL FROM SCF (15/11/2021)

Dear Colleagues and Friends, we remind you the invitation to DYM 2021.

Do Your MOB celebrates 10 years in a crucial historical moment. After almost 2 years of virtual cooperation and social distancing, we are going to restart with an international event in presence to reflect on how the learning mobility has changed in the last 10 years and how we should manage the future of the mobility, under the framework of the Erasmus program and considering all the impacts brought by the pandemic.

Since 2012, DYM is the international event dedicated to internationalisation and mobility, promoted by Scuola Centrale Formazione. It is an annual and institutional meeting, whose aims are strictly connected with the necessity to face the coming future and the opportunities offered by the European Policies. For this reason the 10th DO YOUR MOB will face the topic “The New Mobility: quality and sustainable approaches”.


It is time to RE-START and it is time to valorise what we have learnt from the past 2 years. In this perspective mobility has to be re-thought in terms of:

  • Organisational aspects (social distancing, social rules, relationship with the companies)
  • Goals and contents of the learning mobility (with a specific attention to soft skills)
  • Recognition of learning outcomes acquired in the mobility experience
  • Moving from the physical to  blended models (with an eye to the digital competences)
  • Encouraging families and all social actors in promoting mobility initiatives
  • Strengthen a long – term alliance among mobility partners (also reciprocity)


The event will take place in Bologna on 2nd and 3rd December at Aula Magna in Res Art Fondazione Lercaro, Via Riva di Reno 57.

The workshop day on 2nd December will focus:

–       the New Mobility in terms of Organization, Blended Projects, Mobility of Apprentices, Adult and Fragile Targets;

–       the Virtual Mobility in terms of Virtual Exchange, its Project Design and Facilitation Skills.


The event would like to share existing experiences (study cases), and to collect the needs of the VET context at international level, in order to launch possible solutions to internationalize competences and systems.


The public conference on 3rd December will focus on a political and institutional reflection on the future of European learning mobility and on the value of all international, transversal and professional skills that can be used in the labour market.

The Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Labour, the State-Regions Conference, Forma, the European EURO APP Mobility Network, the University of Padua and Confindustria have been invited to reflect on these topics.

LINK to register to the face to face event is here:

Deadline to register is 20th November 2021.

We wait for you in Bologna,


Scuola Centrale Formazione


FIT4FoF Knowledge Transfer Event: Analysis of Skills and Job Profiles in Factories of the Future (Online Event)

Wednesday, 27 Oct. 2021 from 10:00 to 12:30


We, the FIT4FoF-project partners, would like to invite you to participate in our Knowledge Transfer Event on the Analysis of Skills and Job Profiles in Factories of the Future!

The main goal of the event is to present the skills gap/impact analysis and the new job profiles for the Factories of the Future identified during the FIT4FoF-project, to test the FIT4FoF Upskilling Analysis Tool and to exchange experiences on upskilling needs in Factories of the Future.

During this event, you will i) learn about the approach to identify future skills and job profiles, ii) by way of a short interactive sesssion test how to use the FIT4FoF upskilling analysis tool to support the identification of upskilling needs for targeted job profiles, and iii) get to know an industry case study where this approach was successfully applied. In addition, there will be enough room for discussion and exchange of experiences among the participants.

Please register for the online event by completing the registration at

Please forward this invitation to anyone who might be interested!

PROPOSAL FROM SCF (08/10/2021)

Blended Mobility Models


SCF is engaged in the development of the Virtual Exchange model. This year we will use the VE to implement also the blended mobility: VE + Physical Mobility (where the PM could be outgoing or incoming or reciprocal).

We are implementing 2 pathways of this kind with 2 VET Colleges in Spain and France.

We would like to implement this kind of collaborations also within the INNMAIN network.



Call 2020. Round 1KA1 – Learning Mobility of Individuals

KA150 – Erasmus accreditation in youth

Deadline: 31/12/2021
The Erasmus accreditation in the field of youth is a tool for organisations that want to open-up their activities to cross-border exchange and cooperation. Becoming accredited allows organisations to join the Programme and gain simplified access to funding for learning mobility activities in the field of youth under the future Erasmus (2021-2027).
It is a great opportunity for the mobility of pupils and staff and to create a long-term project.
Those partners who are interested in participating in this project, please contact Stefania Murru:


PROPOSAL FROM TEC (08/10/2021)

Assistant for the Innmain network


The Innmain network consists of 21 partners and friends.

What if, once a month, a partner sends an assistant to Valencia (or helps online) for a couple of days to assist in managing or Innmain netrwork? The next month, another partner does the same.

This way every partner helps with the network, and it’s only for some days every 21 month.