Track-Vet Project

Erasmus 300


Developing, assessing and validating key cross-cutting competences in the formal initial and continuing VET (TRACK-VET) – Erasmus+

Céreq is involved in setting up a partnership with six other institutions for the Track-Vet project, funded as part of the Eramus+ strategic partnership. The main aim of this project is to provide evidence-based support to national governments and agencies, EU agencies and key stakeholders involved in designing policies on developing, assessing and validating key cross-cutting competences.

TRACK-VET project is being carried out by the partnership consisting of seven institutions:

  • Austrian Institute for Research on Vocational Training (Austria)
  • Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research in Norway (Norway)
  • French Centre for Research on Qualifications (France)
  • National Institute for Certified Educational Measurements in Slovakia (Slovakia)
  • Matej Bel University Banska Bystrica (Slovakia)
  • National Centre for Education in Latvia (Latvia)
  • Warsaw School of Economic (project leader) (Poland)

On 05-06th December 2017, the TRACK-VET project kick-off meeting took place at the premises of Warsaw School of Economics. During the meeting TRACK-VET partners discussed research methodology to be applied in the project, including: definitions of the key terms and concepts, structure of the country reports and data collection methods. Each partners presented the state of art and recent developments regarding transversal key competences in VET in their countries.


The TRACK-VET project will last 32 months (September 2017 – April 2020).

More information about the project will be soon available on the project website:




5-6 December 2017: kick-off meeting at the premises of Warsaw School of Economics.



Contacts (Céreq): Josiane Paddeu, Catherine Galli, Matteo Sgarzi

Start date: 5-6 December 2017

Finish date: April 2020

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