Erasmus + project VET4Change.
VET4Change is an Erasmus + Strategic Partnership Project.
As globalization continues to interact with the economic and social balances of the territories, many actors are looking for tools and innovative ways to improve the dialogue between education and training systems and skills requirements in the territories. The challenge is to enable VET decision-makers and other actors to reinforce their posture and affirm strong territorial positioning within the European space, integrating global challenges especially human migration and the SDGS.
| The project aims to find the tools and methods that enable the active listening of the territories and lead to the development of the most strategic competences for the decision makers.
Action learning and research methods will be used by partners to identify and enhance fairly quickly their strategy with the territorial, European and global challenges.
|By understanding the approach of a territorialised political project, policymakers will be able to prepare to assume responsibility in a territory as an elected or member of a coordination or animation team.
Awareness of the European framework and global challenges should facilitate action by expanding the strategy. In the eyes of the partners, this step is the prerequisite for vocational training systems in line with skills needs in the regions, able to respond quickly and qualitatively.
Leader of the project, Project coordinator.
MFR Main office France
Olivier Gineste project manager, email@example.com
Brigitte Gehin firstname.lastname@example.org
Marie-Noëlle Tapia email@example.com
Alissone Frandemiche firstname.lastname@example.org
MFR Grand Est France Presenting MFR Grand Est
MFR Saulxures sur Moselotte France
MFR Saulxures Facebook
Sandra Cunin email@example.com
Nadine di Matteo firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel Gillet email@example.com
Fabienne Dersoir firstname.lastname@example.org
Olivia Morel email@example.com
Laurent Mingam firstname.lastname@example.org
Pascale Ract email@example.com
Myriam Rodriguez firstname.lastname@example.org
Inter Mondes Belgium
Marc Totté email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Philippe de Leener email@example.com
GAL Napoca Romania
Alina Baba firstname.lastname@example.org
Adina Pascoiu email@example.com
BSC Kranj Slovenia
Franja Gabrovšek Schmidt firstname.lastname@example.org
Estonian Leader UnionEstonia
Triin Kallas email@example.com
Endla Mitt Borderline Leader firstname.lastname@example.org
Hildur Friðriksdóttir email@example.com
Jóhannes Árnason firstname.lastname@example.org
SAMNOR Cooperation among secondary schools in NorthEast Iceland
Ingunn Helga Bjarnadóttir email@example.com
Ida Semey firstname.lastname@example.org
SSNE Associaction of Municipalities in the North East Iceland region
Elva Gunnlaugsdóttir email@example.com
The project will cover two years, possibly more because of the COVID situation. The plan is to meet a few times. Look at the time schedule for the project at the Gantt chart below.
PM1 First meeting: Brussels and online 14. - 15. October 2020.
Training 1 PM2 Grand Est France 11. - 15. October 2021.
[File:VET4Change_Group_Bistrot_de_Barbu.jpg|500px|thumb|right|VET4Change, October 12th 2021. Molsheim, Restaurant Le Bistrot du Barbu. From left: Vanessa (Rom), Ivana ( Cro), Daniel (Fra), Claire (Fra), Iulia (Rom), Lejla (Fra/Bos), Jóhannes (Ice), Triin (Est), Franja (Slo), Endla (Est) and Olivier (Fra).]]
InnoVET project 2017 - 2019.
The InnoVET project was looking at the connection between the regional dialogue and Vocational training systems.
[ The InnoVET website is unfortunetely not available ]
Video on the InnoVET project
Notes and narratives from the project meetings.
PM1 - Meeting in Brussels Belgium - October 9. - 10. 2017
PM2 - Meeting in Figeac France - November 6. - 10. 2017
PM3 - Meeting in Akureyri, Iceland - March 8. - 10. 2018
PM4 - Meeting in Romania - November 5. - 9. 2018
PM5 - Meeting in Lithuania - November 5. - 9. 2018
PM6 - Meeting in Slovenia and Bosnia Herzegovina - March 18. - 23. 2019
PM7 - Final meeting in Reunion Island - May 18. - 24. 2019.