The Project
T-Tactic @ school stands for “Transfer of tools for managing and mentoring the international work placements to guarantee the recognition of the competences acquired and the quality of the learning process in the school system. The project is based on the needs of the Secondary Schools and Vocational Training Centres to benefit from a strategy, systems and tools for managing and mentoring international work placements as well as for recognising, certifying and validating the competences acquired by the students during the international mobility project.
The project will adapt and transfer to the School System the TACTIC manual.

The main aims of the project are to equip Secondary Schools and Vocational Training centres with competences and tools to manage and mentor international work placements experiences, integrated with their curricular activities; with competences and tools to recognise, certify  and validate competences acquired by the participants to the  international mobility project.

Read more: The T-Tactic@School Project

Latest News

New project to focus on the impact of mobility!

The past 24th and 25th of January, 2014, the consortium of the MOB G.A.E. project celebrated its Kick-Off meeting. The 2 year project, co-funded by the European Union, aims to evaluate and disseminate the impact of international mobility experiences in the personal and professional lives of  former participants and organisations/people dealing with mobility.

T-Tactic@school project completed!

The T-Tactic@school project offiically ended at the end of September 2013.  However, the T-Tactic@school consortium continues to implement the manual within its daily work and among its network of partners. Also, the T-Tactic@school Manual and useful annexes can be downloaded for free in The Manual section of the website.  

If you are interested in news on the follow-up of this project, please contact that Project Coordinator (Silvia Volpi) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.