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This section proposes a selection of inspiring examples, including:

  • quick wins - relatively simple activities that can contribute to tackling early leaving
  • good practices – successful measures implemented in different EU countries to tackle early leaving
  • toolkits and tools that have been developed to help tackle early leaving in Europe.

These examples were selected as part of the Cedefop study ‘Leaving education early: putting vocational education and training (VET) centre stage’. Would you like to know more about the methodology used to select the examples and the countries covered? Go to About >

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Toolkits and tools

Work Guidelines for EPIS mentors

The Entrepreneurs for social inclusion (EPIS) guidelines, offer support to mentors and educational staff who work with learners or groups of learners at risk, including psychologists, social workers, and other educational staff in school education. The guidelines include a ‘how to do’ list for intervening / providing individual support to learners and families.

Toolkits and tools

Qualifizierte Ausbildungsbegleitung in Betrieb und Berufsschule (QuABB) – Capacity building for students, companies and vocational schools involved in apprenticeship-training (QUABB)

The project QuABB (Programme of qualified supervision in vocational schools and companies) provides a collection of tools for the identification of apprentices at risk of early leaving, and guidance to trainers, VET teachers and parents to deal with this situation.

Toolkits and tools

Reaching out to all learners: a resource pack for supporting inclusive education. From the IBE-UNESCO series ‘Training tools for curriculum development’.

The ‘Training tools for curriculum development’ resource pack provides a framework to support the development of inclusive schools and classrooms. It provides guidance to support teachers on how to engage all learners.

Toolkits and tools

Training programme for VET teachers developed within the framework of the STAY IN project

The STAY IN project proposes a training programme for VET teachers and youth workers. Its module 1 discusses indicators to identify learners at risk of early leaving

Toolkits and tools

Second Chance – build your Future

This Second Chance – Build your Future toolkit contains practical tools for initial assessment and ‘train the trainer’ materials. It is especially helpful for practitioners working with low qualified and low skilled people.
 

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