Guidance practitioners across Europe have a crucial role to support their clients in finding their path in learning and work. Considering the constantly changing world guidance practitioners themselves need to have competencies to support also international opportunities internationally.
The best spokesman for learning mobility is a practitioner with personal experience - as participants of learning mobilities, they experience the differences in intercultural discourse and know how important it is in today’s borderless Europe.
Euroguidance centres in different countries have carried out learning mobility projects, the most substantial of which is Academia. You are welcome to get some inspiration from Maike from Germany and her experience in Estonia.
For further reading: “Lifelong Guidance in Estonia 2019“