Two documents are directly completed and updated by citizens using the Europass online editor, with the help of examples and tutorials:
- the Curriculum vitae (CV) presents skills and qualifications acquired in formal and non-formal learning; a cover letter can also be created online and attached to the CV, along with copies of qualifications, employment certificates, etc.;
- the Language passport gives a detailed description of language skills.
Three documents are issued by national authorities:
- the Europass mobility is a record of knowledge and skills acquired during a placement or a training in another European country;
- the Certificate supplement describes the content of training programmes (knowledge and skills acquired, validation, certification level, legal framework). It complements the information included in official certificates;
- the Diploma supplement is issued to graduates of higher education. It describes the nature, level, context, content and status of the studies.
A network of National Europass Centres is the first point of contact to learn more about Europass.
How Cedefop is involved