IO4 eFollow-up guide

July 05, 2023

Erasmus+ KA2 Project: ePassport


This eFollow-up guide is part of the ERASMUS+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships project titled “ePassport” in the field of Vocational and Education Training (VET). The aim of the ePassport project is to strengthen the capacities of VET organisations and to improve the techniques and methods of preparation and follow-up of beneficiaries participating in a hybrid and virtual mobility project. The eFollow-up guide was created to be a user-friendly tool which provides step-by-step guidance to VET Professionals, regardless of their experience, enabling them to implement substantial support before, during and after international mobility.
The general objective of the guide is to facilitate the creation of virtual mobilities and foster the overall quality of in-person, hybrid and virtual mobilities. It is particularly addressed to VET professionals working in Sending and Hosting organisations who want to implement a follow-up system within their daily practice. It is made as a tool that can support the organisation of activities whether it is in-person, hybrid or virtual.
Providing follow-up to VET participants is a crucial aspect to consider for the organisation of effective and relevant international mobilities as it creates a suitable environment and enables participants to make the most out of their experience. Whether it is in-person or virtual, supporting participants before, during and after the international mobility is one of the conditions to develop high-quality and innovative mobilities.

You can download it by clicking on the image below:

Check also the other results of this project: 

IO1: Participant’s ePASSPORT

IO2: eGuide (Pre-departure training)

IO3: Mobility eNOTEBOOK



Disclaimer: Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.