Graphical Overview of Country Positions
Following up on the 2011 ‘Youth on the Move’ Recommendation, the Mobility Scoreboard provides a framework for monitoring progress made by European countries in promoting, and removing obstacles to, learning mobility. In initial vocational education and training (IVET), 14 thematic indicators provide the basis of such monitoring in areas specified by the Recommendation. Information is collected by Cedefop.
Below is an overview on the indicators. For more details, you can consult Cedefop’s Mobility Scoreboard database.
- Information and guidance
- Administrative and institutional issues
- Recognition of learning outcomes
- Partnerships and funding
- Motivating for mobility
- Long-term preparation for mobility
- Quality of mobility
- Portability of grants and loans
- Disadvantaged learners
- Involving multipliers
- Setting up targets for mobility policy
- Coordinating mobility policy
- Evaluating mobility policy
- Transversal performance: strategy
For each indicator, colours represent average country scores, which are calculated on the basis of indicator-specific criteria. The average scores are translated into colours based on the following table:
|4.5 < Country's score in the indicator||Excellent performance|
|3.5 < Country's score in the indicator ≤ 4.5||Very good performance|
|2.5 < Country's score in the indicator ≤ 3.5||Good performance|
|1.5 < Country's score in the indicator ≤ 2.5||Some progress has been made|
|Country's score in the indicator ≤ 1.5||Little progress has been made yet|
The indicators and their categories are described on the individual indicator pages and in the Cedefop methodological note.