Strategic Alliances for Quality Dual VET and International Mobilities ERASMUS+ KA2
Within this context, the doALLVET project aims to establish and reinforce strategic international partnerships so as to: a) improve awareness and knowledge of VET models between EU countries with different levels of development; and b) develop and reinforce international mobilities schemes among students, teachers and school management staff in strategic sectors (e.g. 4.0 industry, food industry, tourism and services), while focusing in the capacities of VET and international mobilities to reinforce social inclusion.
Thanks to the project, the participants will have the opportunity to improve their knowledge about the different DVET systems existing across Europe, including the best practices to adopt in order to a better implementation and development of DVET schemes in their territories. To do so, partners have selected key criteria from the Recommendation on a European Framework for Quality and Effective Apprenticeships that are currently important challenges they face: learning outcomes and recognition of qualifications; support for companies; flexible pathways and mobility; career guidance and awareness-raising; quality assurance and graduate tracking.
Set-up networks of contacts of public administrations, VET providers and companies at an international level, to stablish long-term alliances which will be the basis for increasing and consolidating the number of international mobilities in VET.
Besides the above-mentioned convergence of DVET systems, the project will impact in the current situation of the participants by:
- Increasing the number of students and staff that take part in international mobilities between the regions and countries involved.
- Standardising processes, protocols and tools that can potentially be used by other VET providers to set up future international strategic partnerships.
- Improving the quality and increasing the number of stakeholders involved within the regions and countries of the project and outside, trying to engage new members for the alliances.
- Improving the connection between DVET and the needs/demand of the labour market at local, regional and national level.
- Improving the financial support and sustainability of international mobilities in DVET.
Project Leader: Spain – Castilla y León Dirección General de Formación Profesional, Régimen Especial y Equidad Educativa de la Junta de Castilla y León Regional Department responsible of VET policies.
Portugal: Instituto do Emprego e Formaçao Profissional, National public employment service responsible of active employment policies, including VET policies.
Finland: Itä-Savon koulutuskuntayhtymä, Upper secondary vocational education college in the town of Savonlinna.
Germany: Stiftung Bildung & Handwerk, Education and Craft Foundation, educational non-profit foundation.
Poland: Zespol Szkol Transportowo- Komunikacyjnych im. Tadeusza Kosciuszki w Lublinie, Vocational Technical Secondary School of Transport and Communication in Lublin.
109.980 €, Samiedu 20.560 €