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Other projects in NoN

Network of Networks / Other projects in NoN

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Identification of learning outcomes and creation of materials to develop cybersecurity competences in different VET programmes.

Partners from NoN: HETEL (coordinator), SRC(Northern Ireland Colleges), NCL(Colleges of Scotland), Varia College Vantaa (FINN-NET). Other partners: ROC Da Vinci (NL), BCS Koolitus (EE)

An exchange of good practices project to share and learn from each other regarding the organization and implementation of skills competitions in VET colleges.

Partners from NoN: Rijn Ijssel (TDA, coordinator), HETEL, Salpaus Further Education (FINN-NET), Southern Regional College (NI Colleges), Glasgow City College (Scottish Colleges).

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This project aims to identify local successful practices on the delivery of Dual training programs that could be exchangeable among the partners to evaluate the transferability of each good practice at a larger scale for the success of all (student/worker, companies, VET institutions).

Partners from NoN: HETEL, Maristak Durango (HETEL), Belfast MET (NI Colleges). Other partners:  ENGIM Lombardia (IT, coordinator), Confartigianato Imprese Bergamo (IT), UNIVERSITA’ DEGLI STUDI DI BERGAMO (IT), UNIVERSITAET BREMEN (DE).

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BRIDGES; an Erasmus + KA2 project will provide a bespoke employer engagement framework, a blended CPD programme and digital resources to support VET providers and professionals in improving work based learning.

Partners involved; Belfast Met (NI Colleges), City of Dublin Education and Training Board(CDETB), Evolve Global Solutions, Mindshift Talent Advisory, International Bund (IB), INFODEF, Center for Social Innovation and CWEP.

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The Erasmus + project KA2 “Lean for work and lean for life” is a two-year cross-sector development project, aimed at developing the skills of teachers and trainers in vocational education (MBO). In this project, the Train the Trainers program was developed, which is intended for teachers and trainers. They are trained in how to teach Lean Skills in vocational education. The aim is to impart Lean knowledge and skills to colleagues and students in an innovative way and to train teachers to become trainers. The training approach is interactive, experimental and inclusive.

Partners from NoN: Onderwijsgroep Tilburg (TDA, coordinator), Lea Artibai (HETEL). Other partners are Vamia, Finland and Edifício ATEC, Portugal.

https://www.leanforworkandleanforlife.eu/

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Digital Skills for the AI Revolution (DS4AIR)

The DS4AIR project supports innovation through the design, development and evaluation of an online training course on Digital Skills in view of the AI Revolution. It is envisaged that the results will yield a high-quality digital learning environment, based on the needs and requirements of vulnerable adults in today’s workforce.

B&P Emerging Technologies Consultancy Lab Ltd (B&P EmTeC Lab), Malta, Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, Malta, Cámara de Comercio de Valencia, Spain, South Eastern Regional College, UK and SmartLearning (within the Copenhagen Business Academy), Denmark

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D4 Entrepreneurship (Dream:Dare:Design:Do)

An Erasmus+ KA2 project that aims to develop new, innovative, creative, entrepreneurial education. During the project 42 VET staff and 540 students from 5 different countries will form 6 D4 Entrepreneurship Clubs and participate in Design Thinking projects aimed at developing. VET students will have the opportunity to develop innovative ideas and ‘Pitch’ solutions to solve real-world challenges.

Partners from NoN: Northern Regional College (Colleges from NI), Nazaret Fundazioa (HETEL), Deltion College (TDA), Stichting Wellant (TDA), Gradia College (FINN-NET). Other colleges:  Ekonomska sola Novo Mesto (SI) and Ballymena Business Centre Limited (UK).

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This Erasmus+ KA2 project (exchange of good practices) aims to improve the vocational college teachers’ skills and competencies to detect and understand racism in the vocational college setting and to better equip them with useful competencies and practical tools for them to adjust and support
students with diverse backgrounds.

Partners from NoN: Vantaa Vocational College Varia – Finn-Net (coordinator) and Colegio Nuestra Señora de Begoña – HETEL

Other partners: Alfa-College (the Netherlands), Mercuria (Finland) and Galway Technical Institute (Ireland)

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