MICRO-credentials_ Identifying, Developing, testing and Assessing innovative approaches


The MICROIDEA project is building on project results based on prior scientific policy measures (Active Labour Market Policies and the open context projects initiatives). The aim of the project is to introduce a holistic methodology for establishing the principles for designing, issuing, assessing, validate and certify micro-credentials that are commonly recognised in a European level and integrate them into the existing quality assurance systems.

Project Objectives:

  • To develop a micro-credential system that would be linked to 17024 ISO.
  • To develop a methodology to balance between National certification systems (when they exist mainly for non-formal VET) and the international validation/certification system (17024 ISO).
  • To design and implement an online tool to underpin the skills needs analysis.
  • To implement the introduced micro-credential system for an occupation in the Tourism sector.
  • The communicate, disseminate and exploit the project outputs and results to ensure the continuity of the project’s impacts and influence after its completion on relevant European policies.


MICROIDEA is being implemented under the Erasmus+ program, by a consolidated partnership among educational institutions, chambers of commerce and expert organisations:

  1. University of Peloponnese – Special Account for Research Funds, UOP ELKE (Greece)
  3. DomSpain S.L.U. (Spain)
  4. TUV Austria Hellas Mon Epe – TUV AusHellas (Greece/Austria)
  5. The German Hellenic Industrial and Commercial Chamber AHK (Greece/Germany)
  6. Nicosia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Cyprus)
  7. The Reus Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Services and Navigation (Catalonia)
  9. P-Consulting (Greece)
  10. EfVET (Europe)
  11. ACRONYM Ltd (Greece)
  12. Associate Partner 3F, – United Federation of Danish Workers, Denmark


Duration: 01/012024 – 31/12/2026


* indicates required

Eurosuccess Consulting will use the information provided within this form in order to communicate with you for information purposes.

You can cancel your subscription anytime, by clicking on the relevant link at the end of any email you will be receiving from us, or contacting us at info@eurosc.eu. We will treat your data with respect. For more information concerning the protection and treatment of the data, please visit our website. By submitting this form, you accept that we will use your data according to these terms.