Together for Future VETskills (ToVET)

Together for Future VETskills (ToVET)

We cooperate with VET schools and companies to boost growth by providing relevant skills for the labour market, promoting a culture of lifelong learning, countering social exclusion and promoting active citizenship.

Good practices of implementation of internationalisation among partners to a database.

The existing materials on internationalisation of VET and good practises of implementation of internationalisation among partners.

Good Practices in Spain

Good Practices in Italy

Good Practices in Finland

Deliverable 1 – Existing good practises in VET

International strategy workshops for VET providers

We will organize seven International Strategy Workshops for VET schools. The first one was already for partners, next three will be for other VET schools in partner countries and three more in other European countries.

Look at the results of the first workshop serie:

First strategy workshop

Second strategy workshop

Third strategy workshop

Guidebook of Internationalisation Strategy in VET

A guidebook focuses on practical approaches and introduces the findings and good practises from the workshops and existing materials. The guidebook is easy to use, and it will be published at the project web page.

Geographical analysis in partner countries on the benefits of European Cooperation

Guidebook on good practices and tools for Key competences for lifelong learning

A guidebook outlining innovative ways and methods of Implementing Key competences of lifelong learning in different subjects, occupational fields of study and situations in a formal, informal and non-formal setting. The guide book is based on good practices identified in the partner countries.

The guidebook will also outline how the Key competences of lifelong learning can be identified and recognised and give examples of different tools that can be used for this. Amongst other tools that are useful for identifying soft skills developed during international mobility.

Key competences, secondary research report

Open Badges for Key Competences

Open Badges make it possible to make skills and competences more visible and comparable in the labour market on European level. The technology gives the education practitioners the possibility to break the existing barriers between different forms of learning: formal, informal and non-formal. With badges, it is possible to expand recognition of learning outside the formal school setting to all aspects of learner´s lives.

A Presentation of The Open Badges

VET week events 2020 and 2021