Depending on labour mobility conditions, professionals and craftsmen certified in one Canadian jurisdiction have met certification requirements in other Canadian jurisdictions without having to undergo substantial additional training or assessment or meet additional experience requirements. Q: How do teachers from other parts of Canada apply to the college? A: Certified teachers elsewhere in Canada must apply to the university through our regular registration process and submit documents listed in the corresponding registration guide. This is the case for teachers who have completed their teacher training in Canada and internationally. As part of labour mobility, certified professionals and artisans are recognized as qualified for this occupation by all other provinces and territories, with no additional training, experience, examination and assessments, with a few exceptions. The Teacher Mobility Agreement (TMA), which came into effect on April 1, 2008, allows teachers in Alberta and the BC to pursue educational opportunities and work freely in both provinces without having to take additional training or take other exams to obtain certification. The agreement follows the 2006 Memorandum of Understanding on Trade, Investment and Labour Mobility, which aims to remove barriers to trade, investment and labour mobility between the two provinces. A: Ontario`s Labour Mobility Act came into force in December 2009. Labour mobility refers to the revised Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), signed by the federal, provincial and territorial governments, to facilitate the relocation of professionals and artisans, investments and goods across the country. Under the flagship action of the Erasmus+ 1 programme – Mobility of persons of the European Commission, CEU scientists can apply for Erasmus+ support for a teaching stay at a partner institution abroad. Teaching must be provided at a university (HEI) holding an Erasmus Higher Education Charter (ECHE) with which the CEU has signed a bilateral agreement in a specific field of education.
Please see the list of current partner universities on the ACRO website: acro.ceu.edu/erasmus-bilateral-agreements-department A. Labour mobility allows certification bodies to require candidates to meet language requirements and prove that they have not been disciplined or excluded from their profession for reasons of misconduct. Candidates who are unable to meet these requirements may be denied certification. Faculty members must carry out their mobility activities in a programme country different from the country of the sending organisation and the country of residence of the staff. The Erasmus countries are currently as follows: the university will issue certified teachers residing in Canada with a permanent certificate of qualification and registration. The certificate is not subject to any conditions, except those allowed under the Labour Mobility Agreement. Q. Who is affected by labour mobility? Has. Labour mobility applies to individuals certified to practise a profession by a regulatory body in a Canadian province or territory.
Erasmus+ teaching mobility can be provided by all CEU resident and hospital teachers who have an employment contract with Közép-európai Egyetem (CEU), regardless of their nationality. Before the start of the mobility period, the sending and receiving organisations must have agreed in advance on the programme of activities to be carried out by the visiting teachers (teaching programme), within the framework of a “mobility agreement”. These agreements define the results of education abroad, define the formal rules of recognition and list the rights and obligations of each party. A: The university will check your teacher training certificates to determine the classes and disciplines you can teach based on your course work. Mobility activities should lead to the following results: the host organisation must be a higher education institution in the programme country holding an Erasmus University Charter and with which the CEU has signed a bilateral agreement in a specific field of education. . . .