There is no need to invent the wheel twice. This is the basic idea behind three workshops on how to reduce early school leaving in vocational education and training. The first of three workshops will take place on the 10th December in Aarhus in Denmark, and here, representatives from different vocational schools and trainings institutions will come together to experience that other vocational schools and educational institutions in other European countries may have knowledge and experience of approaches and methods that can be applied to a Danish context and through this help stakeholders to address the issue with early school leaving.Read more: Strong capacity builders on reducing early school leavers
Mr Giovanni Crisonà introduces Ms Anna Butteroni, LLP - Italian National Agency - ISFOL - Leonardo da Vinci and Mr Paolo Di Caro, Youth in Action - Italian National Agency, to CB4LLP principles.Read more: Live broadcasting during MOVE Conference launch in Cagliari, Italy, 19 June 2013
The School of Economics and Business in Sarajevo has built an impressive and relevant range of different initiatives, collapsing together various actors and putting concrete bases for the right enlargement of CB4LLP Consortium and for the implementation of LLP resources at a wider level in third countries.
SEBS has held very soon a first event in his Camp in Sarajevo, in February 2013 and has organized other events in Mostar, Sarajevo again and in Fojnica in April 2013, also promoting a Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation with the Association of Employers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, participated by more than 2000 affiliates. Another analogue initiatives has been held with DVV International – Federal Ministry of Education and Science and Ministry of Education of Republika Srpska in October 2013
Stefano Tirati, representing the CB4LLP Consortia, has visited on October 16 the production site and Training and Education Department of Jaguar Land Rover at Solihull in UK in the perspective of establishing a partnership for implementing capacity building processes based on successful outcomes of Lifelong Learning initiatives. Main aspects discussed are the apprenticeship schemes in Europe and how VET can support the recruitment demands of JLR who is experiencing a consistent growth.
CSCS has implemented a successful workshop on Capacity Building within the framework of EfVET Annual International Conference in Athens on 25 October 2013. Over 200 delegates from more than 20 countries have attended EfVET Conference. The workshops have focused on TNAM need analysis methodology and how decision makers and educational providers may use outcomes of Lifelong Learning projects to innovate and promote local development.