The Erasmus+ VIMOinVET project coordinated by Scuola Centrale Formazione
Staff Mobility for the internationalization processes in Vocational Training
Staff training mobility restarts with the VIMOinVET project, which aims to qualify VET practitioners on blended mobility and internationalization methodologies.
After nearly two years, the international mobility of trainers restarts with the Erasmus+ program. The first training mission abroad organised by Scuola Centrale Formazione in Denmark, May 3-6, involved 14 professionals from the SCF network for a partnership to exchange of best practices on the topic of applying educational technologies to internationalization processes in Vocational Training.
Delegations from Spain, France and Serbia also participated in the exchange. In line with the objectives of the staff mobility activity, which aims to strengthen the European dimension and the development of organisations, the mission focused in particular on the implementation of VR (Virtual Reality) technologies and the design of pathways with VR for young people in Vocational Education and Training.
In addition to the Business College, Roskilde Technical College and Zealand College, respectively the 2 colleges covering the areas of industrial (mechanical engineering, automotive) and service (catering and meat processing) sectors, were also visited.
This mobility is within the framework of the Erasmus VET Mobility Charter (Sportello Europa project) and the Virtual Mobility in the VET System – VIMOinVET) Erasmus KA2 project coordinated by SCF, that aims to qualify VET practitioners on blended mobility and internationalization methodologies. The strategic objectives of the project are:
• To implement the internationalization strategy of VET alongside geographical mobility through internationalisation activities at home integrated with the formal learning pathways of young people coming from European VET systems;
• Enabling VET educational figures (teaching and mentoring) to acquire competences of facilitating/conducting virtual learning activities (facilitating virtual exchanges, conducting transnational distance learning activities);
• Integrate the dimension of virtuality in learning within the VET system with a view to inclusiveness, thus responding both to the need to intercept young people with fewer opportunities and to use educational technologies through a motivating and creative approach