The cooperative enterprise proves to be an important protagonist in the international market today, both for its widespread presence in all economic sectors and for its crucial role in social development by contributing towards reducing poverty, creating employment and promoting social inclusion.

Cooperatives therefore need to equip themselves with tools compatible with their mission in order to empower them and reinforce their competitiveness on a national and global market, but at the same time must work to preserve their social character and mutual nature. The governance of a cooperative enterprise must have training available to increase their awareness about the characteristics, values and principles of cooperative identity.

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  • Coop board/elected member job profile described in terms of a relevant set of knowledge, skills and competences, related learning outcomes (LO) and learning units (LU), and EQF levels;
  • Mobility learning units (MLU) codified to enable the creation of a common reference within the cooperative context identified;
  • ECVET Guidelines for coop training organizations as a methodological approach for determining and attributing ECVET credits to the LO and MLU codified;
  • A set of ECVET tools (Assessment, Memorandum of understanding, Learning agreement) and methods (guidelines for implementing ECVET process);
  • Mobility pilot actions for testing and customizing the tools defined;
  • A permanent network at national and European level to foster a durable impact of the project to ensure mobility exchanges;
  • Promotional activity as seminars, events, website and marketing tools.

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