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The project partners of CORVET share innovative approaches of career orientation for pupils in the field of vocational education and training and develop them further in order to create bes- practice models. Together with the experiences made during the transfer- processes, these best- practice models can be offered to respective institutions in other EU member countries.
A lifelong learning programme to generate international learning between the elderly and the youth, spanning across the age spectrum. It was our attempt to bridge the gap between inner generational learning schemes.
A career enhancement project for the Adults, especially those facing long-term unemployment, marginalised or facing difficulties due to economic/ social barriers.
The consortium partners propose a completely new approach for the development of career management skills and resources that considers:
A digitisation and industry 4.0 project for the VET sector. One of the main project results are the DigI-VET sMOOC- small massive open online course. The DigI-VET sMOOC offers a broad audience information about the results and the current situation in the areas of digitisation and Industry 4.0, as well as addressing challenges and opportunities for vocational training and business.
European Values in Vocational Education is an international project, funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the EU and is set up in the field of ‘Leonardo da Vinci Partnerships’.
The seven partner in EVIVE come from six countries. They share and exchange experiences between theory and practice in the field of vocational education.
The practitioners are actively involved in activities or courses in which (professional) competences, skills and values are provided. The main objective of EVive is the design and reflection of a common European curriculum, which picks up as the starting point, the shared European values like democracy, gender issues, teamwork, etc.
What we aim to develop among youngsters is the following:
-Become more aware of the world around them and it’s problems and try to change it for the better.
-Motivation for getting involved in the improvement of life in their local communities for standing for the change they want to.
-To improve their language competences, while communicating with the other participants with different languages.
-to break prejudices between young people about religions, racism, cultures and habits and to develop tolerance towards the refugees and youngsters with fewer opportunities.
VINA (Validating Informal and Non-formal Acquired Skills) was strategic partnership between 5 organisations from 5 EU member states.
The project aimed at educators, assessors, lecturers and other main users who need to update competences and skills of adults in the informal and non-formal sector to match the needs of the 21st century. The project consortium developed:
An innovative training programme for Young People and youth workers to gain skills to develop and manage EU projects.
This was an innovative training programme for Young People and youth workers that :
• Enabled participants to gain skills to develop and manage EU projects
• Encouraged participation across all EU member states and partner countries
• Facilitated individuals and organisations in building entrepreneurial network
• Created opportunities for participants to achieve EU2020 strategic goals
GoMobile aimed to get an overview on mobile learning in vocational schools and in companies and meet the needs of teachers and trainers in this field.
The consortium created a book that introduces teachers to the concept of mobile learning and gives them a deeper understanding. In addition it took them through several useful learning apps in a hands-on approach that helps them understand how the app can be integrated into their classes.
The book also contained a section on future development of mobile learning, providing a detailed overview of which opportunities technology will provide in the coming years (for instance, individualized learning through learning analytics, networked collaborative or competitive learning, etc.), and what should be developed in the field of mobile learning in order to take advantage of these opportunities.
a Youth project engaging youth from widely diverse nations of Armenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Netherlands and UK on developing startups to alleviate youth unemployment issues across the EU27 and partner countries
For years, the magnitude of the mental health problems has been overshadowed by other public health matters. Every year over one in four European adults are affected by mental health problems. Annually, mental illnesses lead to 58 000 suicides in Europe.
The proportion of people who had depressive disorders was higher for women than for men in each of the EU Member States. In Spain 12% of people aged 45 and over report chronic depression in Poland it is 6% and in UK 11% (EUROSTAT data).
EU governments keep allocating resources to counteract this problem, and we, as a Partnership (ELN, AWA and Permacultura Cantabria), decided to contribute as well, Mental health problems need to be tackled at their very core.
The APPROACH project combines the efforts of 4 partners, representing different regions of Europe – Western (UK and Netherlands), Central (Austria) and Eastern (Bulgaria).
The starting point of our joint effort is supporting adult trainers in the delivery of training to adults in risk. By providing adult trainers with a comprehensive manual in diversity leadership and a professional resilience building online tool , we aim at increasing the quality of training provided to disadvantaged adults, so that they can successfully find employment opportunities and stay employed for a longer period.
The project aims to enhance quality in adult education and helps to ensure that adult education providers are able to find high quality adult education results which can be used in practice and which becomes base for excellent adult education projects.
The project consortium is going to develop a mechanism to monitor the effectiveness of adult education project via an accreditation system which is based on clear criteria and a solid accreditation procedure.