Welcome to the website of the Erasmus+ ShowValA Project. Chartered in 2019 in the United Kingdom under the Erasmus+ Programme 2014-2020, ShowValA is a Strategic Partnership for Vocational Education & Training, KA2 – Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices.

Managed by a consortium of 7 partners, the project will last 33 months until May 2022. ShowValA aims to facilitate the showcasing & valorisation of achievements in transnational work-Based learning.

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The European Commission thorough the Erasmus+ programme aims to develop the quality & benefits of transnational work-based learning (TWBL) across Europe & encourage greater numbers to take part. The idea for ShowValA comes from research & the observation that the learning & achievements of those who undertake a period of TWBL are often not recognised & do not always contribute to any potential certification. Furthermore, learning & achievements are frequently not effectively showcased by candidates when looking to gain entry to the employment market. This can discourage trainees from taking part in this type of experience.

There is therefore a gap between what trainees require, the level of current uptake EU tools & methods & the current situation in regard to the showcasing & valorisation of formal/non-formal learning & achievements. 

The ShowValA project brings together 7 partners from 5 EU member states & aims to fill this gap by producing a user-friendly & adaptable Guide, Process & Tools for educational institutions & mobility organisers on how to fully integrate a period of TWBL into a vocational pedagogical programme & assess formal & non-formal learning & achievements, leading to a recognition of the achievement of learning outcomes & their contribution to the overall course assessment & certification using ECVET principles & materials as appropriate. The guide & process will be compatible with & complement the already existing materials developed & promoted by the EU, such as Europass CV & the European Skills Passport.

It will be linked to a multi-format smartphone/tablet application which will allow trainees to collect, save & organise evidence of their achievements during their TWBL on a day to day basis. It will fit in very well with their current lifestyle habits as young people tend to manage a significant proportion of their activities on their Smart phones. It will have the potential to be a complete record of their experiences, achievements & unlike a traditional diary, the interface will be structured in relation to agreed learning objectives, units of learning outcomes & skills/competences. It will be linked to the European transversal competences frame (AEFA). The stored information will be also to be uploaded into a database or a Mobility Management Platform

A Guide for Trainees will also be developed in five languages with an innovative methodology for the online pre-departure preparation of trainees to use the smartphone application to record & organise their learning & achievements during the placement & post-mobility, a structured, online activity-based valorisation programme on how to link their learning during the work placement with Europass CV, Europass Skills Passport & to best showcase their achievements.

Five Pilot Studies will take place, one in each of the countries of the project partners leading to facilitate  extensive testing of the ShowValA Guides, Processes, Tools, Modules & Smartphone Application through transnational work-based learning of 3-42 weeks in duration. This will involve at least 50 trainees & 45 host companies. Some of these placements will involve young people who would not typically take part in transnational mobility, including those from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds.

These resources will be open-source, consultable & downloadable via the ShowValA web-platform & available in the 5 languages of the project. They can be tailored according to the needs of specific target groups.  They will empower schools, universities, training establishment & mobility service providers to reward trainees for high quality work-based learning. The ShowValA outputs will thus develop innovative ways to make the recognition of formal & non-formal learning acquired by trainees during TWBL accessible to smaller institutions by providing a means to collect & present clear evidence of learning whilst re-enforcing the links between ECVET, Europass & theEuropean Skills Passport.

The promotion of work-based learning will therefore be on three levels. Firstly, on the number of training institutions that reward trainees for their learning & achievements from a transnational work-placement. Secondly, on the number of trainees who undertake a period of TWBL. Thirdly, this increase in participation & recognition of achievements will improve labour market relevance of learning provision.

The ShowValA project will help increase the impact of transnational work placements for the trainee, leading to added value on a CV & thereby improving employability by helping to recognise the skills that have been developed that are required by businesses. This in turn may contribute to improving the quality of the labour force & helping to promote economic development within the European Union.

In the words of scientist Thomas Edison ‘There’s a way to do it better….Find it!’ This is what we hope to achieve through the ShowValA project.



UK – European Placement Network

European Placement Network (EPN) specialises in the management of work placements in the U.K. and Europe.

Established in 2011, EPN has a wide network of European partners and makes its expertise available to diverse organisations such as local authorities, private companies, universities, vocational training centres and schools. We are thus able to cater for the specific needs of our partners and customers and enhance the employability of participants.

EPN organises work placements for young people in education and training, students, apprentices and job seekers in the UK and all over Europe. EPN can arrange work placements for those with all levels of qualifications, from GCSE, BTEC and A Levels to those with Masters degrees. EPN currently manages the international mobility programmes on behalf of several European regional governments.

EPN proposes the following services that can be tailored to meet the specific expectations and requirements of partners:

  • Help partners and customers Assist customers in the research and development of projects and funding
  • Offering work placements tailored to a person’s profile, skills and qualifications
  • Organise appropriate language training in partnership with recognized schools
  • Propose suitable accommodation
  • Provide close monitoring to beneficiaries throughout their stay
  • Coordinate the certification and valorisation of acquired skills and competencies with sending partners (ECVETS, Europass, portfolio …)
  • Assess and evaluate the relevance of the actions, the results of projects and participate in their dissemination.

EPN also plays an active part in programmes and E.U. funded projects that aim to develop new innovative approaches to mobility projects and to facilitate life-long learning through structured experiences in working environments.

In addition to the Head Office in Bristol, EPN has an office in Manchester and is looking to open a third office in Erfurt, Germany.

UK – Acudemy Limited

Acudemy is a British training institute based in Central London and is an accredited Training Provider with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), Chartered Logistics & Transport (CILT), Continuous Professional Development Standards Office (CPDSO), International Association of Six Sigma (IASSC), Axelos (Prince2®). We area  registered UK Learning Provider (10055520)

We specialise in accredited and bespoke training courses for both individuals and businesses. Serving United Kingdom and International markets for face 2 face learning and company on-site training.

Established in 2013 in order to raise and widen participation and achievement of candidates within their chosen industry, therefore becoming a valuable resource to employers. Our mission is to:

  • Promote training through practical application
  • Be effective in supporting skill shortages in the industry
  • Help candidates with career satisfaction and success after training

When students learn with Acudemy, they are safe in the knowledge that they are learning to the highest standard.  Our courses are made to suit people at different levels of study. We run over 30 courses in various subject areas on offer to a Global Audience. Popular courses we cover subject areas such as Leadership & Management, Accounting & Finance, Sales & Marketing, Human Resources & Project Management.

France – APRECA 

APRECA is a private in-service adult education organisation created in 1990. Its European vocation emerged first, through its language teaching department as a University of Cambridge examination centre for the Regions of Champagne-Ardenne and Bourgogne, Pilot Centre in France for the DIRECT ENGLISH method developed by the PEARSON group) and since 1991, through the European mobility programme EURODYSSEE.

APRECA has developed its know-how through European programmes as LEONARDO DA VINCI, ADAPT, ADAPT/STEER. Thanks to this experience and a huge network of European partners, APRECA is willing to put its know-how at the disposal of the different public authorities and in this way to be a “logistic platform” in the European transnational programmes.

APRECA has offices in the regions of Ile-de-France, Champagne-Ardenne and Bourgogne and this has allowed the development of an extensive network of hosting companies in a wide range of activity sectors and this is a key factor in being able to find appropriate solutions and outcomes to meet the specific requirements of our European partners.

Since 1990, APRECA has been actively involved with the management of European work placement programs. To date, APRECA has organised mobility projects for more than 15,000 trainees (VET learners, job seekers, apprentices and students). 

Working with a wide network of European partners such as local authorities, private companies and educational establishments, APRECA arranges work placements for French trainees all over Europe and also manages the hosting in France of trainees from other European countries.

Apreca regularly participates in projects and partnerships with the aim of improving the quality of its processes. For example, APRECA is also a member of the French Expert mobility network, managed by the French National Erasmus+ Agency as is recognised as an official ‘mobility developer’.

France – Jean-Luc Moreau Conseil – JLMC 

After several decades of experience in the field of vocational training and more precisely in training engineering and pedagogical innovation, JLMC a consulting company was created in 2010.

Since then, JLMC has mainly worked in the external evaluation of innovative vocational training projects in the field of the LEONARDO, then ERASMUS+ and INTERREG programmes.

JLMC has been working with the National Agencies (French, Belgian and Swiss) as an external evaluator and referent for 5 years for mobility projects and for 2 years for strategic partnership projects.

JLMC continue to work with project leaders by providing external evaluation of LEONARDO and ERASMUS+ projects – after responding to open calls for tenders – and technical assistance for an INTERREG or INTERREG project.

JLMC also provides occasional training in the actions of the ERASMUS+ programme.

Germany – Berlink 

BERLINK is a German organization with a consolidated experience in organising qualified professional, educational and work placement experiences in Berlin. The aim of the company matches to the general goals set by the Erasmus Plus programme: enhancing attractiveness, improving the quality and increasing the volume of mobility and co-operation between educational institutions and enterprises.

BERLINK has in fact a strong collaboration with a wide network of local companies, and is actively involved in EU projects that compile innovative experiences and good practices on active participation of SMEs as host partners in mobility projects. Thanks also to a solid network of international partners and an on-going process of transnational experiences exchange, BERLINK is able to provide work placement experiences with a relevant impact on the learning process, by applying innovative methods (ECVET system implementation) and a common approach to plan and deliver successful training on the job preparing for work experiences.

BERLINK is very active in the participation of European projects with the aim of enhancing the development, transfer and implementation of innovative practices, fostering the use of ICT in education, training and labour market.

BERLINK is part of “ETN Network” with companies in Italy (Rimini), Spain (Malaga), Bulgaria (Sofia), UK (Portsmouth and Bournemouth) and Ireland (Cork).

Italy – CEDIT 

CEDIT – Centre of Entrepreneurial Diffusion of Tuscany – was born thanks to the willingness of Confartigianato Imprese Toscana, Tuscan Association of Crafts and SMEs, in order to promote entrepreneurship and to support the growth of Small and Medium Enterprises, developing a constant activity of consultancy, planning and vocational training. CEDIT has the goal of disseminating a modern entrepreneurial culture and of working in strict collaboration with the Entrepreneurial Association, which represents almost 30.000 enterprise in Tuscany (110 offices on the Regional territory) and which is linked to all the others territorial and regional Associations.

CEDIT builds corporate projects, performs market researches, provides consulting services, helps the development of tools, suggests guidelines for professional employability and entrepreneurship and for the training of organizations, developing actions and projects in the fields of training and business development within the EU. Specifically, CEDIT designs, manages and implements programs for mobility and exchanges of young people, workers, entrepreneurs and trainers in order to facilitate the development of cultural educational and professional qualification. C

CEDIT works closely with Confartigianato Imprese Toscana, delivering workshops and individual support to people wanting to start a new enterprise.


AM Transnational (AMT) is a Spanish language and training centre and consultancy firm specialised in the management of Educational programs for youngsters throughout Europe.

Since our foundation in 2003 we have participated in hundreds of European mobility programs as sending and hosting partners.  We tailor make every program to ensure its success. We handle projects from initial consultancy through completion, providing a fully managed end-to-end service. We are experts in all the phases of transnational mobility programs including projects drafting, submission, and implementation and final project results.

As a hosting partner, we provide quality services involved in mobility programs, including: transfers from and to the airport, welcome meeting, appropriate accommodation, cultural and linguistic preparation, training in an adequate company taking into consideration the trainee´s profile and expectations, monitoring of the placement period, validation and final certification.

Our aim is to enhance and improve professional qualifications of young people, by implementing their individual competences and linguistic skills, their transversal abilities and quantifying / capitalising on their achievements. But for us, it is equally important to ensure that the trainee has the means to enjoy the mobility experience at a personal level too. 

Over the years we have participated in numerous training projects, both as sending and receiving institution, so that we have succeeded in constructing and managing a wide network of partners made of business, local and regional authorities and educational centres. We are at the forefront of improving quality in our mobility projects and we play an active role in researching, experimenting and implementing skill transfers.

Our team is made of qualified professionals with a real passion for the mobility experience.

We also participate in international projects and / or partnerships aiming to improve cooperation in mobility processes and share know-how in this area.  

Associated Partners 

In order to increase the reach of the project in terms of countries, type of partners, and impact of the ShowValA project, there are 9 Associated Partners.

These partners include universities, school, training centres, a business association, a mobility service provider, a cultural body & a chamber of commerce. This will help to increase the breadth & impact of the project. They will be invited to meetings, focus groups & to the project conferences & have agreed to cover costs from their own funds. Several have also agreed to take part in the Testing Phase of the project for the intellectual outputs. 

These associated partners will provide a precious detached view of the outputs & have also agreed to play an active role in the dissemination of information about then project & its results, thereby making a significant contribution to guaranteeing the widespread impact of the project.

1. Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Séville has its own Erasmus+ Charter & all students at both Bachelor & Master levels are encouraged to undertake either a study period of work-based learning abroad. The University is particularly interested in ShowValA as it could help objectively assign credits for work-based placements. The University will also disseminate the results amongst its network of partner universities all over the world.

2. Verein zur Qualifizierung in traditionellen und modernen Bautechniken e.V. is a registered association is supported by the building trade tarif partners of Berlin. It works in close collaboration with the local Chambers of Commerce. It will play an active role in the dissemination of the project outputs.

3. Alicaaproposta LDA is an experienced educational service provider with extensive experience of European programmes. They participated in numerous projects related to pedagogical development & international mobility. They see being able to recognise & showcase achievements in work-based mobility as an additional selling point for the company & for partner institutions towards their students. They will test the ShowValA outputs & attend meetings if time permits.

4. AOCDTF supports young people in developing their professional skills to a high standard in their chosen trade. Sharing knowledge, expertise via travel & community living are the foundations of “Les Compagnons du Devoir”. They expect trainees to be open to travelling abroad & are interested in any project that helps evaluate learning & achievements.

5. IES Lucus Solis, Seville is one of the largest schools in Sevilla with a vocational training section. They currently send 20 apprentices abroad for WBL & hope that ShowValA platform will allow them to assign value to learning & encourage students to do TWBL in the future.

6. IRFA APISUP CCI Picardie is attached to Regional Chamber of Commerce & Industry for the Hauts de France region. It is an apprentice training centre for apprentices doing Bachelor or Masters courses in one of the 8 Higher Education Institutions in Picardie. There are currently 492 apprentices. They have been involved in Interreg projects but not Erasmus+ They have a mobility programme for the apprentices involving 2-4 weeks of linguistic training, followed by a work placement of 3-12 weeks in the UK. IRFA is particularly interested in ShowValA platform as it may enable them to open up the programme to all 4 their apprentices instead of the 70 they currently send. They plan to take part in the meetings in France, the Focus Groups, Evaluation Workshops & the End of Project conference in the UK & France.

7. Associazione Culturale Centro Mediterraneo Pintadera is a cultural organization, from Alghero, Sardinia focusing on the divulgation of the Italian language & culture. They work closely with schools & training centres in Sardinia & Italian language & cultural courses are an integral part of a broader project of promotion of activities that lead to an intercultural exchange. Since 2006 Pintadera has been involved in European mobility projects as a hosting organisation for various counties in Norway & France in particular.

8. ACB – Associacao Comercial de Braga is the Chamber of Commerce for Braga & the surrounding region. They host over 1,000 trainees from countries all over Europe & are interested in developing the benefits for trainees in WBL to help stimulate the economic development of the region.

9. Confartigianato Imprese Toscana is the Chamber of Commerce from the Toscany region in Italy. They will help with dissemination and to encourage more training centres to offer TWBL.


The outputs created with the ShowValA project are open source and can be downloaded for free and can be adapted according to your needs.

You can access:

  1. ShowValA Guide, Process & Tools for Organisers
  2. ShowValA Smartphone Application, go directly to the Apple Store and download ‘Showvala Esasmus+’
  3. ShowValA Guide & Training Modules for Trainees

to access the materials!

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