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The aim of the VETWork project (Digital Culture for the 21st Century Vocational Education - 2020-1-HU01-KA202-078760) is to develop a new training and intervention model, which is closely linked to the following sector-specific priorities in the field of vocational education and training:

•    Introducing systematic approaches to, and opportunities for, the initial and continuous professional development of VET teachers, trainers and mentors in both school and work-based settings (including apprenticeships), as well as through the development of effective digital, open and innovative education and pedagogies, as well as practical tools; raising the attractiveness of the professions for VET teachers, trainers, mentors and leaders.

•    Supporting the uptake of innovative approaches and digital technologies for teaching and learning, as outlined in the Digital Education Action Plan and in the Digital Competence Framework – DigComp 2.1, including the effective use of the SELFIE self-reflection tool to support a comprehensive approach to innovation, and the use of digital technologies for pedagogical, administrative, technical and organisational change.

The project aims to develop a competence-based, modular training programme (competence map, curriculum and learning materials) for formal and informal caregivers. It will empower them with advanced health literacy and tailored digital competencies, with special ICT skills in using eHealth technologies like smart devices, social alarms, wristbands, and special tele-diagnostic tools installed in the home.

ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnership

Participant countries: Hungary, UK, Ireland, France, Spain

Duration: 1.09.2016-28.02.2019.

The European Commission describes ageing as one of the greatest social and economic challenges of the 21st century for European societies. In 2014, the proportion of persons aged 65 or over reached 18.5% in the EU and it is projected to further increase in the future to almost 30% by 2080.

The difficulties that relatives of older adults and the social- and healthcare system face, could be handled partly by utilizing the opportunities offered by technology. Modern ICT devices and online services can help to improve quality of life, keep personal autonomy, maintain and develop personal interactions of older adults.

Eduction

Prompt-H Ltd has been active in adult education since 1993, including in labor market trainings - in cooperation with the Centre for Labour. It is considered that we also have more than twenty years of experience in retraining of disadvantaged people to facilitate taking a job through information technology trainings for: school leavers, long-term job seekers, people with disabilities,returning mums from maternity or parental leave.

The AISAB Project will address the need within the EU to improve the level of innovation and its impact, particularly in SMEs. Building on the work of other innovation projects and materials, it will develop approaches to develop the skills that support SME innovation from an HEI context and through VET.

A Be@CyberPro projekt logója

Project participants intend to work with private companies and academic institutions to promote cybersecurity issues and the professions  through high schools and vocational schools and bridge the gender gap in the industry. The aim is to create: a) open educational resources (OER) for training and awareness-raising for students and teachers; b) a comprehensive educational video game; and c) a book on raising awareness of gender equality in ICT. Several Bulgarian, Irish, Hungarian and Spanish institutions are participating in the project.

 

PLENTIS

The PLENTIS project would like to help you learning if you are a student, or help you teaching if you are a teacher/trainer in the form of games. The partnership of this project offers a set of online educational minigames in the topic of agricultural entrepreneurship in order to develop the entrepreneurial skills and competences of students of this vocation.

 

The project aims at managing directors and senior employees of SMEs and supports them in recognizing the need for innovation management and innovation processes introduce even the smallest companies, and to make practical usable.18 experienced partners from Europe, including 6"core partners”, will introduce the results of the project in six EU countries(AT,ES,HU,IE,IT,SI).

 

Project aims and objectives
ITACA promotes the cooperation between informatics schools and companies to improve the training system quality and make students acquire competences and certifications useful to enter the world of work.

 The aim of the project is to develop a web application based on language technology solution that collects, organizes and evaluates regardless of sector the Eco-innovations and offers automatically in personalized way for interested companies - following an online audit.