EfVET Member ESMOVIA is closing two Erasmus+ projects which are bringing educational resources: The European Gateway and Quality Qualification for VET.
The European Gateway
ESMOVIA is glad to announce that after 3 years of teamwork with 7 partners from 6 countries the website of The European Gateway project is fully functional and all documents are available for free!
The project aims to improve the quality and the relevance of education and training offer, especially through international mobility, by developing innovative approaches and promoting the dissemination and exchange of good practices about mobility among companies. The project also conceives transnational mobility as a tool to transfer, through trainees, effective and innovative working practices from one company to another.
Whether you are a company that sends and receives interns, a student that would like to do an internship experience or a mobility manager, you can access the website and use the toolkits available that we created with the aim to improve the preparation of all the stakeholders involved in the mobility.
We also invite you to leave a comment about your mobility experience and share it on the Community area of the website!
Quality Qualification for VET
The Erasmus Plus project “Quality Qualification for VET” – QQVET has concluded on the 31st of August 2018! The project aims to promote Worked Based Learning among VET providers and stakeholders in order to provide students with a market-oriented training offer and a high-quality WBL at local, regional, national and transnational level, thus improving the cooperation between companies and VET institutions.For 24 months partners coming from 6 different European countries worked together on the following results:
- QQVET Transnational Network
- Impact Study on WBL experience at local, regional, national or transnational level
- QQVET Documentary series
- Recommendations Pack for VET students, providers and stakeholders
All the QQVET partners invite you to have a look at the results freely available on the project’s page http://aevilela.pt/qqvet and as well encourage you to visit their page to learn more about their work!