The vocational training is based on skills. By skills we mean the group of activities needed for doing a job.. The legal texts that outlines the curriculum define these skills in a national context, but the challenge of a European single market makes us think about this model’s validity or, rather, their use in a wider context.
The conclusions take us to a reflection: we should adapt our methodological positions to the demands that imposed by a new labour market. Hence, we believe that in our training experience it is essential a contact with other training schools and enterprises. This experience will be good for us so that we can adapt our educational practice to the skills that requires a single labour market in European Union.
Our project impacts in the idea of eliminating the transnational barriers in the labor European market. For it, we need to know the skills acquired in other European regions.