Erasmus + -Partnerschaftsprojekt „Online Vocational Education and Training Platform“ (eVET

Vom 24. bis 26. Januar 2018 fand in Istanbul das Auftakttreffen des Erasmus + -Partnerschaftsprojekts eVET statt. Dieses Projekt zielt darauf ab, eine Online-Plattform zu schaffen, um junge Menschen in ihrer beruflichen Ausbildung zu motivieren , einen Teil ihrer Ausbildung im Ausland zu realisieren.
Dieses Projekt wurde von  der Regierung  in  Istanbul (Governorship of Instanbul, GOI) bei der nationalen Agentur beantragt und wir für 2 Jahre von GOI koordiniert.
Partner in diesem Projekt sind:
• Bogazizi Universitesi, Istanbul Türkei
• Università Degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi Telematica, Rom Italien
• Ortakoy Zubeyde Hanim Mesleki und Technik Anadolu Lisesi, Istanbul Türkei
• Euregio-Berufsbildung e.V. (EB e.V.)

Weitere Informationen finden Sie in der Zusammenfassung des Projekts.

SUMMARY Erasmus+ Partnership Project

Education and training help foster knowledge-based economic growth, enhance productivity, contribute to people’s personal and social development, and reduce social inequalities. (Council 2009).Therefore, efficient investment in human capital through education and training systems is not a choice anymore. It is an essential component of the EU in increasing the employment rate of the population aged 20-64 from the current 69% to at least 75%. (EU 2020). The success of Europe’s strategy for 2020 depends on enhancing labour supply, skills and competences that promote productivity and employability (Decisions 2015). Acquiring right skills of the jobs is a necessity in today’s fast-paced world where competition for employment is intensifying. Because people with low levels of or no qualification are nearly three times more likely to be unemployed than those with high qualifications. Vocational education and training (VET) students need to have diverse vocational skills and competence, complete continuous renewal of competencies enterprises require to find a place in the labor force. Vocational education and training has a great deal of potential for better skills, growth and jobs (Commission 2012).

Erasmus+ is making a major contribution to helping address these key challenges that Europeans are facing. Under the Key Action 1, it provides educational opportunities for organizations to send VET learners to benefit from training, and for staff to receive or give trainings. These trainings lead to boosting their skills and employability. Organizations wanting to take part in these opportunities can apply as an individual vocational education organization. In addition to that, it can also apply as part of a national mobility consortium. A learning mobility activity of individuals (VET learners and staff)