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European Language Portfolio

ACCREDITED ELP MODELS 2000-2010
► List of accredited models by educational sector

List of accredited models by educational sector

These models were accredited by the European Language Portfolio Validation Committee (EVC) in the first two phases of the ELP project.

Portfolio models are NOT available from the Council of Europe. The details of national co-ordinators are provided in the Contact section.

Young people and adults
Pre-primary
Primary
Secondary
Upper-secondary and higher education
Vocational models
Models for migrants
ELP for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Young people and adults 

1.2000

Switzerland - Model for young people and adults

5.2000

France - Model for young learners and adults
5.2000 rev. 2006

6.2000

EAQUALS/ALTE - Model for adult learners
electronic version

10.2001

Ireland - Model for learners in post-primary education

12.2001

Ireland - Model for use in post-primary education with a specific target group: immigrants learning the language of the host country
12.2001 rev. 2004

17.2001

Hungary - Model for adults

19.2001

Sweden - Model for learners in upper secondary and adult education including vocational education

21.2001

Portugal - Model for learners in upper-secondary education
21.2001 Port.IIUM/UCP – Portugal - Portuguese Catholic University and Macau Inter-University Institute - Model for adult learners

36.2002

The Netherlands (CINOP) - Model for adult second language learners

45.2003

Georgia - Model for learners aged 15+

54.2003

Italy - Turin - Model for learners aged 15+ and adults

55.2004

Czech Republic - Model for adult learners

56.2004

Turkey - Ankara University - Model for adult learners

59.2004

Spain - Model for adult learners

77.2006

Germany - Thüringen - Thüringer Volkshochschulverband - Model for adults

84.2006

Latvia - Model for adult learners

88.2007

Austria - Österreichisches sprachen kompetenz zentrum (OSZ) -
Model for learners aged 15+

89.2007

The Netherlands - Dutch National Bureau for Modern Languages
electronic ELP

91.2007

Austria - Verband Österreichischer Volkshochschulen - Model for adult learners

103.2009

Albania - Ministry of Education and Science - Model for students aged 18+

109.2010

Slovenia - Ministry of Education and Sport -Model for adult learners

Pre-primary 

50.2003

Spain - Model for learners aged 3 to 7

87.2007

Poland - Model for very young learners aged 3 to 6

95.2008

Switzerland - CDIP - Model for young learners aged 7 to 11 (including a Portfolino for children aged 4 to 7)

Primary 

2.2000

France - Model for children accompanied by a Guide for Users (available in French only)

8.2001

United Kingdom - Model for young children

11.2001

Ireland - Model for use in primary education with a specific target group: immigrants learning the language of the host country
11.2001 rev. 2004

16.2001

Hungary - Model for learners in primary education

22.2001

Czech Republic - Model for learners up to 11 years old

26.2002

Italy - Piedmont - Model for learners in primary education

28.2002

Russian Federation – Model for learners in primary education

32.2002

Germany – Thüringen
32.2002a - Model for learners in primary education
32.2002b - Model for learners in grades 5 to 9
32.2002c - Model for learners in grades 10 to 12

32.2002

Germany – Thüringen
32.2002a - Model for learners in primary education
32.2002b - Model for learners in grades 5 to 9
32.2002c - Model for learners in grades 10 to 12

33.2002

The Netherlands - Model for learners aged 9 to 12

38.2003

French-speaking Community of Belgium – Model for children in primary education

41.2003

United Kingdom - Northern Ireland - Model for learners in primary school

49.2003

(8.2001- IT) - Italy - Model for learners in primary education

51.2003

Spain - Model for learners aged 8 to 12

53.2003

Bulgaria - Model for learners aged 6 to 10

60.2004

Sweden - Model for learners aged 6 to 11

65.2004

Italy - Bolzano - Model for learners in primary education
65.2004-VA - Language version for use in the Autonomous Region of Val d'Aosta

66.2005

Ireland - Model for learners in primary education

70.2006

United Kingdom - Model for junior learners

72.2006

Poland - Model for learners aged 6 to 10

81.2006

Croatia – Model for learners aged 7 to 10

85.2007

Turkey – Bilfen Schools - Model for young learners in primary education (ages 5 to 9)

86.2007

Armenia - Model for young learners aged 6 to 10

92.2007

Latvia - State Language Agency - Model for young learners aged 7 to 12

94.2008

Austria - Vienna Board of Education - Regional model for primary learners aged 6 to 10

95.2008

Switzerland - CDIP - Model for young learners aged 7 to 11 (including a Portfolino for children aged 4 to 7)

99.2009

Austria - OSZ - Model for young learners aged 6 to 10

100.2009

Norway - Norwegian Directorate for Education - Model for young learners aged 6 to 12

104.2010

France - Editions Didier - Model for young learners aged 6 to 10

110.2010

Greece - Hellenic Pedagogical Institute - Model for learners aged 9 to 12

114.2010

Turkey – İTÜ Development Foundation Schools - Model for learners aged 7–9 (electronic ELP)

116.2010

Portugal – Direcção Geral de Inovação e de Desenvolvimento Curricular - Model for learners aged 6–10

118.2010

Slovenia – Ministry of Education and Sport - Model for learners aged 6–10

Secondary 

4.2000

Germany - North Rhine-Westphalia - Model for learners in lower-secondary education

 

7.2001

Czech Republic - Model for learners in lower-secondary education (11 to 15 years old)

 

12.2001

Ireland - Model for use in post-primary education with a specific target group: immigrants learning the language of the host country
12.2001 rev. 2004

15.2001

Hungary - Model for learners in secondary education

 

20.2001

Portugal - Model for learners aged 10 to 15

 

25.2002

Italy - Umbria - Model for learners in lower-secondary education

 

30.2002

Italy - Lombardia – Model for learners in lower-secondary education

 

31.2002

Russian Federation - Model for learners in lower-secondary education

 

34.2002

The Netherlands
34.2002a - Model for learners aged 12 to 15
34.2002b - Model for learners aged 15+

 

42.2003

Slovak Republic - Model for learners aged 11 to 15

 

43.2003

Greece - Model for learners aged 12 to 15

 

46.2003

Germany - City of Hamburg - Model for learners in lower-secondary education

 

44.2003

France - Model for learners in lower secondary education

 

52.2003

Spain - Model for learners aged 12 to 18

 

57.2004

Slovenia - Model for learners 11 to 15

 

58.2004

Austria - Model for learners aged 10 to 15

 

61.2004

Sweden - Model for learners aged 12-16

 

62.2004

Poland - Model for learners aged 10-15

 

63.2004

Austria - Cernet - Model for learners aged 10 to 15

 

67.2005

Switzerland - CDIP – Model for learners in lower-secondary education
67.2005 rev. 2007

 

69.2005

Italy - Bolzano – Model for learners in lower-secondary education

71.2006

Croatia – Model for learners aged 11 to 15

 

74.2006

Iceland- Model for learners in lower-secondary education

 

79.2006

Turkey - Bilfen Schools - Model for learners aged 10 to 14

 

80.2006

Turkey - Model for learners aged 10 to 14

 

83.2006

Cyprus – Model for learners aged 12 to 15

 

90.2007

Germany – Hessen - Verbundprojekt ‘Sprachen lehren und lernen als Kontinuum’ Koordinierungsstelle –
Model for lower-secondary learners (grades 3 to 10)

 

93.2007

Estonia – Model for lower-secondary learners aged 12 to 16

 

97.2008

Norway - Directorate for Education and Training - Model for lower- and higher-secondary school learners

 

102.2009

Belgium - Flemish Secretariat of Catholic Education (VSKO) - Model for young learners aged 10 to 14

 

106.2010

Albania - Ministry of Education and Science - Model for learners aged 11 to 14

 

107.2010

Lithuania - Ministry of Education and Science - Model for learners aged 11 to 15

 

111.2010

Montenegro - Bureau of Education Services - Model for learners aged 12 to 15

 

115.2010

Turkey – İTÜ Development Foundation Schools - Model for learners aged 10–14 (electronic ELP)

 

Upper-secondary and higher education 

3.2000

Russian Federation - Model for learners in upper-secondary education

10.2001

Ireland - Model for learners in post-primary education

12.2001

Ireland - Model for use in post-primary education with a specific target group: immigrants learning the language of the host country
12.2001 rev. 2004

23.2001

Czech Republic - Model for learners in upper-secondary education

24.2001

Austria - Model for learners in upper-secondary education

29.2002

CERCLES (European Confederation of Language Centres in Higher Education) – Model for learners in higher education:
29.2002 – CZ
29.2002 – SK
29.2002 – IT
29.2002 – SP
29.2002 - DE

35.2002

European Language Council – Model for learners in higher education
35.2002 – DE
35.2002 – DK
35.2004 - SP

39.2003

French-speaking Community of Belgium – Model for learners in upper-secondary education

40.2003

Italy - Model for learners in higher education

47.2003

Turkey - Model for learners aged 15 to 18

64.2004

Italy - Puglia - Model for learners aged 14 to 20

68.2005

Austria - Pädagogische Institut Wien - Model for learners aged 14 to 18

73.2006

Lithuania - Model for learners in upper-secondary education

75.2006

Iceland - Model for learners in upper-secondary education

78.2006

Croatia - Ministry of Science, Education and Sports - Model for learners aged from 15 to 19

82.2006

Slovenia – Model for upper-secondary school learners aged 15 to 19

96.2008

Albania - Ministry of Education and Science - Model for upper-secondary learners aged 15+

101.2009

Italy - Val d’Aosta / Bolzano - Model for upper-secondary learners aged 14 to 19

105.2010

Spain - Ministry of Education and Science - Model for learners aged 14+
electronic ELP

112.2010

Italy - Università degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi, Rome - Model for students aged 16+ electronic ELP

117.2010

France – Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux IV - e-ELP model for university students

Vocational models 

18.2001

The Netherlands - Model for learners in upper secondary vocational education

27.2002

Russian Federation – Model for language teachers, translators and interpreters

48.2003

Model for learners in vocational sectors developed by Sofia University with partners in 5 European countries.
The five linguistic versions were issued with the following numbers:
Bulgarian: 48.2003-BG
English: 48.2003-EN
French: 48.2003-FR
German: 48.2003-DE
Italian: 48.2003-IT

76.2006

Poland – National In-service Teacher Training Centre - Model for learners aged 16+

98.2009

Spain - Technical University of Madrid - Model for Academic and Professional purposes

Models for migrants 

11.2001

Ireland - Model for use in primary education with a specific target group: immigrants learning the language of the host country
11.2001 rev. 2004

12.2001

Ireland - Model for use in post-primary education with a specific target group: immigrants learning the language of the host country
12.2001 rev. 2004

13.2001

Ireland
13.2001a - Model for newly arrived adult immigrants learning the target language of the host country (superseded by 37.2002)
13.2001b - Model for adult immigrants who have already spent some time in the country and are learning the target language of the host country (superseded by 37.2002)

14.2001

Ireland - Model for adult immigrants preparing for mainstream vocational training and employment

37.2002

Milestone - Model for learners of the host community language

113.2010

Norway - Directorate for Education and Training - Model for adult migrants

ELP for the Blind and Visually Impaired 

108.2010

ELP for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ELPBVI)
electronic ELP

 

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