New CV and European Skills Passport onlineSužinok daugiau »
A new Europass CV (template and online editor) was launched on 12 December 2012. Improvements include:
- more user-friendly online interface with direct preview of the final document;
- new headings: Personal website, Instant messaging, Language certificate(s); • improved tutorials for better structured information: description of projects, conferences, publications, etc.;
- new graphical identity for better legibility of Europass CV generated: new font, use of colours, simplified headings, etc.
Also, the European Skills Passport was launched together with the new CV. The ESP is a user-friendly electronic folder to help students, workers or job-seekers build up personal, modular inventory of personal skills and qualifications acquired throughout life.
It can contain a range of documents (Language Passport, copies of degrees, attestations of employment, etc.). When attached to a Europass CV, the European Skills Passport will reinforce the CV by bringing evidence of skills and qualifications listed.
Europass 2005-2020: Achievements and perspectives
Seven years after its launch, millions of people use Europass. Changes to link it with other European tools will make people’s skills and qualifications more visible.
A fresh new start for the Europass website
After almost 7 years of success in assisting citizens to make their skills and qualifications clearly understoodwhen working or learning in Europe, the Europass website now undergoes a radical redesign with a new, modern graphic identity. Improved navigation provides quicker access to the most popular information. The Europass website and the online CV/LP editor continue to attract more and more citizens every month (1.2 million visits in November 2011).
New version of Europass web servicesSužinok daugiau »
Europass has made available a second version of the SOAP based web services, that extends the supported conversions formats to include HR-XML 2.5, JSON and HTML, apart from Microsoft Word, OpenDocument Text and Acrobat PDF.
Case study by SEMIC.eu for Europass XML