Although VET systems and the impact of the VET system are very different through Europe, all involved (employers, former students, VET trainers and professionals) agree not only on the importance of transversal competences, but also on the absence of those. The different models (outcome based programs, competence based programs, national centralized curricula, individual school based curricula) seem to have no influence on this. Even when VET is based upon a set of generic competences like the SHL system1, transversal competences are not adequately presented by former students. This indicates once more that also transversal competences are context based and, being trained during VET, will not automatically have the desired effect in daily working live. This leads to the conclusion there most likely is an absence of working context during education and training of transversal competences. Thus the need for a training model for VET trainers and professionals is coping with these notions is substantial and underlined.