CEDEFOP consider the Orienta4YEL project a good practice
Recently CEDEFOP includes the Orienta4YEL project in the VET toolkit for tackling early leaving, a source of support to policymakers, and education and training providers.
The VET toolkit was launched in May 2017 and its updated edition in 2019. It is conceived as a product of Cedefop's work on Early leaving from education and training. Based on evidence of success, it provides practical guidance, tips, good practices and tools drawn from VET aiming at helping young people to attain at least an upper secondary qualification. Particularly, it is designed to a) help young people at risk of becoming early leavers to remain in education and training and to acquire qualifications; b) help early leavers to reintegrate into education or training and the labour market (Psifidou, 2019).