Free Movement of Professionals in the EU -
Do you want to practise your profession or provide services in another EU country? Do you need to declare your professional qualifications or have them recognised? The site gives detailed explanations of EU legislation covering:
temporary mobility (temporary provision of services)
automatic recognition of professional qualifications
recognition of professional experience in certain activities
- the “
general system

ECVET Magazine -
Since 2010, the ECVET Bulletin and the ECVET Magazine has been merged into a single publication: the ECVET Magazine. It is published five times per year and its objectives are threefold:
- to inform about activities and initiatives to test and implement ECVET, these can be taken by the European Commission and its agencies, by Member States or by stakeholders in form of projects;
- to disseminate information about the of the ECVET pilot projects funded through the centralised actions of the Lifelong Learning Programme; and
- to announce the activities of the ECVET Network

The NetECVET Project -
Behind the NetECVET project is a group of 14 National Agencies for the Lifelong Learning Programme, coordinated by the German National Agency. The aim of this NAs network is to support practitioners of transnational mobility starting to work with ECVET. A toolbox is being developed with the aim of helping mobility projects in applying ECVET (to be finalised in 2013).