About the Project

Vulnerable Young People Accessing and Sustaining Vocational Training and Apprenticeships is an Erasmus+ project funded by the European Union. Our goal is to assist anyone working with vulnerable young people to help sustain vocational training and apprenticeships. 


Seven Project Partners, from five countries, will work together to identify the current policy approaches in Europe. Our partner countries are Romania, Bulgaria, Italy, Austria, and the United Kingdom.


Our analysis will identify the strengths and weaknesses through the collation of Case Studies, and their presentation at seminars and conferencess, and by undertaking practice-sharing visits. We will disseminate our findings through the publication of a Handbook of Practice on this website and across our network of practice.


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Useful Links and Resources


European Alliance for Apprenticeships

A European Quality Framework for Apprenticeships

Mobility of Apprentices in Europe

Eon Offer Around 1000 Apprenticeships Europe Wide

Apprenticeship Rise Europe

Best Countries: What Europe Can Teach USA About Apprenticeships

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The aim of these projects is to test out placements of at least 6 months, in an effort to promote apprenticeships abroad of a longer duration.

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Drop’pin@EURES Sharing Youth Opportunities

Whatever kind of opportunity you’re looking for to improve your chances of finding a job in Europe, Drop’pin@EURES has something for you.


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