Akdeniz

Leader and Coordinator

Akdeniz University (Antalya, Turkey) is a world class university which is capable of making a significant contribution to the world of science with its current complement of 17 Faculties, 7 Institutes, 5 Schools, 13 Vocational Schools, and 39 Research and Application Centres.

   
VisMedNet

VisMedNet Association (Swieqi, Malta) is a private NGO of professionals operating in research and experimentation in education and training.

It is a specialist in the generation of concepts, establishment of sustainable networks for growth at organisational and individual level over and above extensive activities in the fields of youth and employment, training and development. 

   
Salesianos

Salesianos Padre Aramburu (Burgos, Spain) is a VET School. It offers training to students from 15 years old up in different official programmes of studies on the fields of Automation, Mechanics and Electricity-Electronics. Around 600 people receive lessons each year at the school facilities on the 12 training VET cycles it runs.

European Programmes, Personal Accompaniment and additional training offers gives to students and staff opportunities to develop themselves at a personal and professional level.

   
ValIda Associazione ValIda (Rome, Italy) is committed to the development, implementation and acknowledgement of the value of non-formal and informal learning within the European framework and international mobility for the creation and development of good practices, inter-cultural exchanges and joint programmes.
   
MAG MAG (Rome, Italy) is a research spin-off of International Telematic University UNINETTUNO. Its main objective is design, research and implementation of vocational and professional training practices, with a focus on innovation about training delivery models (through ICT technologies and innovative pedagogies), training contents (innovating curricula and organisational models) and design approaches (through the involvement of enterprises and civil society, aiming at providing flexible and fast responses to the skills needs emerging from the labor market).
   
Vlaicu

"Aurel Vlaicu" Technological High School (Lugoj, Romania) is a VET school with 767 students more than half coming from rural areas around Lugoj.

The school is accredited by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance for the University Education and it is equipped with modern school laboratories and workshops upgraded with the support of local and European community funds to cover the specialisations offered by the school to future entrepreneurs.

The fields offered by the school are: Economic, Mechanical/ Automotive, Commerce, Electrotechnical  / Electronics.

The school is the birthplace of future craftsmen, the current generations of students, specialising in the crafts trained on the industrial platform of the city with many multinational enterprises. The students' needs evolve with time and this also brings changes to the development of VET professional skills, knowledge and aspirations.

   
Greece

The Regional Directorate of Primary and Secondary Education (West Macedonia, Greece) , is a large educational organisation in charge of the administrative supervision of schools and teachers in four prefectures (Kozani, Grevena, Florina and Kastoria) in the north-west of the country. Its main purpose is to coordinate and implement the educational policies of the Greek Ministry of Education, Research and Religious of Education, Research and Religious Affairs and to supervise various educational programmes including European-funded projects.

The Regional Director of Education is in charge of 372 primary schools and 127 secondary schools and their respective teachers of all disciplines. Among them, there are 14 vocational schools that implement apprenticeships since 2016. The apprenticeship combines in-class education and remunerated traineeship (on-the-job training ) in private business and in the public sector, providing students with educational and working skills. 

   
Okul Lisesi Antalya Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School (Antalya, Turkey) is the biggest and the oldest technical education institute. Since its establishment in 1944, it is a scheduled adult and disadvantaged groups vocational non-formal education. With 177 teachers, 15 helping staff  and 1976 students, it operates in the following areas: wood technology, information technology, electric-electronic, industrial automation, construction, machine, metal and motor vehicle technology.

 

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