Europass is a personal electronic dossier, consisting of an electronic CV and a portfolio of documents (the Competence Passport) in which the other Europass documents can be compiled: the Language Passport, the Europass Supplements and the Mobility Document, as well as other important documents such as, for example, study or work certificates.

CV Europass

A document to present your skills and qualifications effectively and clearly.

European Skills Passport

A folder to reinforce your CV. Give a comprehensive picture of your skills and qualifications.

Language Passport

A self-assessment tool for language skills and qualifications.

Europass Mobility

A record of skills acquired during a learning experience in a European country.

Diploma Supplement

A description of skills acquired by holders of higher education degrees.

Certificate Supplement

A description of skills acquired by holders of vocational training certificates.


  • Ηelp citizens communicate their skills and qualifications effectively when looking for a job or training.

  • Ηelp employers understand the skills and qualifications of the workforce.

  • Ηelp education and training authorities define and communicate the content of curricula.

Who can use it?

  • Europass is a tool for all those who need to present their skills and competences. It is especially useful for people who are looking for work in another European country or who apply for an education or training program abroad. Europass can also be used in the country of origin and is a free and easy to use service.



CLAN is connected through ESCO with the Europass CV. Our tool facilitates that the beneficiary can identify their transversal competences acquired in personal experiences and give them value in their own Curriculum.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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