VET-NET – the Platform for European VET Systems

The main aim of the project is to foster, through a bottom-up process, a shared global vision and specific practical collaborations between VET systems in order to make them more attractive, career oriented, innovative, accessible and flexible, to foster mutual learning, peer counselling, capacity building and exchange of best practices between VET SMEs and Training Networks.

Currently are 109 Individuals and 22 Organisations registered

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Mind the GAP!

The question of how we bridge the digital gap for SMEs, especially when it comes to CVET, is a difficult one. It raises questions about which standards matter, what kinds of access are needed and through what kind of digital infrastructure, what forms of content is needed and for what purpose and, most importantly, who Read More …

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Formerete. The CNA Digital learning for Craft and SMEs

Formerete (www.formerete.it) is a complex e-learning project develop by CNA: an e-learning platform, a system of digital learning services, and a training Centre for trainers and tutors specialized in e-learning courses in C-Vet for SMEs and Craft. The project has deep roots: it started in 2013 with the first e-learning course developed with the support Read More …

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Flipp the learning

Flipped Learning is a buzzword. All people I met the last time confessed that they know it, that they do it … Questioning deeper, it turned out that they mean the flipped classroom. Continuing the questioning, I found out the people don’t have any glue of this approach to learning. So – what is Flipped Read More …

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Successful VET providers’ conference held at Thessaloniki🎯 Dozens of VET providers, Adult education trainers, EU and national based experts, business and industrial cultural Foundations, Representative Organizations of SMEs and Social Partners participated in the International Online Conference of SMEs Vocational Education Training Providers (VET). 🎯 More than 30 speakers and 119 guests participated in the “CONTINUING VET: THE KEY FACTOR FOR SMEs SUSTAINABLE GROWTH – NEW CHALLENGES & STRATEGIES” conference which took place in Thessaloniki -as hybrid event- at 16th- 17th September.🎯 The event highlighted the opportunities and challenges that SMEs address in today’s workplace by analyzing specific topics. Between the conclusions, it was underlined that; • digitalization, and the incoming request that technology brings, offer a range of new educational opportunities and digital eLearning technologies by suggesting solutions to Crafts and SMES• Climate change remains a significant concern for SMEs also, resulting changes which will present both challenges and opportunities• Third countries can improve their capacity in the field of VET with the support of EU and synergies such as Erasmus+ and Territorial Cooperation Programmes which are crucial for the further development of SMEs’ competitiveness and internalization • Recovery and Resilience, National Plans for Recovery and Resilience that aim to mitigate the economic and social impact can make SMEs economies and societies more sustainable, resilient and better prepared for the challenges and opportunities Register to Join the conversation! we will deepen the results of the discussions of the conference trough the Craft and SMEs community platform:www.vet-net.eu/platform/it/themes/trough the platform we will continue the discussion adding more topics and contents looking to develop a key recommendation paper for the next C-VET strategies prepared with the community collaboration. The paper will be presented at the final event at 9th December in Brussels to the Eu national decision makers and stakeholders.Stay tuned for more information soon!#VETNET #SMEs #conference ... See MoreSee Less
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The project proposes an innovative model of a “Community of VET’s Practices”1. The basic structure and program design of the Community are based on the adoption and adaptation of “higher education” models and procedures. The dissemination and communication of the project will take place through Information and communication campaigns also through innovative web tools, Erasmus + platforms, networks and contacts of the participating organization.

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1 A community of practice is a group of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do, and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. This definition reflects the fundamentally social nature of human learning