SURVEYS – VET Teachers & Students

VET STUDENTS AND TEACHERS SURVEYS /

ERASMUS+ VET3D project aims to integrate soft skills into VET curricula and help our VET students to become more confident as personalities, future professionals, and entrepreneurs.

To this end, project partners have created anonymous national surveys in 4 countries in partners’ languages and in English for VET students and teachers!

To help improve VET education across the EU, please visit the survey platform and fill in:
– the Student survey:
https://link.webropolsurveys.com/s/VET3Dstudents
– the Teacher survey:
https://link.webropol.com/s/VET3D-Teacher-survey

GET2IT partner project

The 5th event of the GET2IT project, organized by the Institute for Regional Development, ERA Partner Institute, took place in Prague on January 28-28, 2022. The project was organized as 5 events (in Croatia, Serbia, Italy, Slovenia and the Czech Republic) and also to build citizens’ understanding of how to plan and manage measures that belong to growth and their integration. The main goals for all partners were to increase the involvement of citizens in local events and democratic processes. The project aimed to make citizens more open and interested in volunteering.

The course of the Prague meeting in more detail:

DAY 1 = January 26
Arrival of participants
Welcoming speeches (Director of the Institute for Regional Development, Lead Partner Organization POU Varaždin)
Presentation of current projects of the Institute for Regional Development
Presentation of EU subsidized projects implemented by the Prague 9 district (relevant to GET2IT project topics)
Discussion
DAY 2 = January 27
Presentation of the Institute for Health Literacy and their new project within the Visegrad Fund called “INHEAL” (Innovation in Health Literacy)
Presentation of AMIGA – Agency for Migration and Adaptation
AMIGA and IRD workshop on how to involve citizens in migrant volunteering and other related topics
Visit to Prague’s monuments and historical sites
Project team meeting
DAY 3 = January 28
Presentation of the Center of Social Services Prague – about services and projects for marginalized groups
Presentation of the civic association Romodrom – about their activities and projects for the (not only) Roma minority in the Czech Republic and neighboring countries
GET2IT course testing

EuDA leads the Erasmus+ project “VET3D”

The project entitled “3D LEARNING DIMENSIONS IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION” represents a new opportunity for VET students to increase their competences and better respond to the demands of the current labour market.
Experts will develop new learning models combining formal, non-formal and work-based learning elements based on the identified and analysed needs of students, their teachers and employers from different sectors.
The aim of the project is to create a database that will be designed as a platform with several training courses integrating the above 3 learning dimensions/elements.
Students will thus be able to develop their competences anytime and anywhere in the 3 key areas: digitalisation, culture and entrepreneurship.
Project implementation: 2.11.2021 – 2.5.2024
Number of partners: 8 (total of 4 European countries: Czech Republic, Italy, Greece, Latvia)

3rd TICTAC Meeting in Malta

3rd project partners meeting was held in Bugibba, Malta, on November 19, 2021, for the Erasmus+ project called TICTAC. The main aim of the meeting was to deal with intellectual outputs, to involve individual partners in their processing and, among other things, dissemination and project management.

The meeting was great and in a relaxed atmosphere and we are looking forward to furthering cooperation.

2nd TICTAC Meeting in Sevilla

2nd project partners meeting was held in Sevilla on September 23, 2021, for the Erasmus+ project called TICTAC. The main aim of the meeting was to deal with intellectual outputs, to involve individual partners in their processing and, among other things, dissemination and project management.

The meeting was great and in a relaxed atmosphere and we are looking forward to furthering cooperation.

AGORA: 3rd Peer to Peer Learning Seminar

On training seminars, the AGORA expert group was giving lectures to partners cities while on peer learning seminars the knowledge was improved through sharing experiences on urban regeneration processes among partner cities from the same thematic cluster and the AGORA expert group. As a part of the capacity building programme 3 peer to peer learning sessions were organised. The 3rd one was organized on the 2.11.2021 on the topic of the 3rd thematic cluster – UNUSED/UNDERUSED AREAS AS PUBLIC SPACES’ POTENTIALS.

AGORA: 2nd Peer to Peer Learning Seminar

On training seminars, the AGORA expert group was giving lectures to partners cities while on peer learning seminars the knowledge was improved through sharing experiences on urban regeneration processes among partner cities from the same thematic cluster and the AGORA expert group. As a part of the capacity building programme 3 peer to peer learning sessions were organised. The 2nd one on the 12.10.2021 on the topic of the 1st thematic cluster – LARGE-SCALE (POST-) INDUSTRIAL AREAS.

AGORA: 1st Peer to Peer Learning Session

On training seminars, the AGORA expert group was giving lectures to partners cities while on peer learning seminars the knowledge was improved through sharing experiences on urban regeneration processes among partner cities from the same thematic cluster and the AGORA expert group. As a part of the capacity building programme 3 peer to peer learning sessions were organised. The 1st one was organised on the 11.10.2021 on the topic of the 2nd thematic cluster: UNUSED/ UNDERUSED AREAS (buildings).

AGORA: 3rd Training Seminar

In order to avoid physical meetings, the third training seminar was organized online on 9.7.2021 and it took approximately 2 hours. The 3rd training round focused on focused on methodology transfer for the co-design activities, preparing them for the development of the AGORA regeneration agendas and finally, piloting. The first section consisted of the presentation in the main topics of the seminar, while the ending part served as an update between partners on State of the art of the State of Play Workshops. The seminar concluded with an open discussion, questions, and suggestions by AGORA partners.

ALERRT

For people with autism, learning to interact with first responders (police officers, firefighters, and medical emergency/ambulance workers) is critical, such as understanding autism and preparedness to respond effectively and safely to situations involving individuals on the spectrum is to first respondents.

Evidence shows first responders lack autism awareness although they are 7 times more likely to come in contact with an individual with ASD than the average person.

ALERRT’s aim is to provide first responders in Europe with knowledge and understanding about ASD and the skills necessary to recognize, interact, and appropriately treat individuals with ASD in cases of emergency. This will be done through special training delivered by VET trainers, also available on an e-learning platform.

Next to that, a safety kit will be designed for people with ASD and their caregivers, serving as a prevention tool providing first responders with sufficient information needed to recognize their specific situation and adapt their intervention to meet their emergency needs.

The project has started on the 1st of October 2020 and will be accomplished by the end of September 2022.

Our project partners are:

  • AUTISME-EUROPE AISBL (Belgium)
  • CENTRO INTERNAZIONALE PER LA PROMOZIONE DELL’EDUCAZIONE E LO SVILUPPO ASSOCIAZIONE (Italy)
  • COFAC COOPERATIVA DE FORMACAO E ANIMACAO CULTURAL CRL (Portugal)
  • STANDO LTD (Cyprus)