(e)VET2EDU – Supporting Vocational Teachers And Trainers In E-Learning


  • To adapt an e-learning course for educators created in Poland to VET teachers’ and trainers’ learning needs and requirements in other EU countries
  • To support trainers and teachers from the VET sector in the implementation of dynamic, open and innovative methods by adapting and transferring validated e-learning courses for vocational schools and the training sector


  • (e)VET2EDU “How to design and facilitate an online course in the VET context“. This course enables students to learn methods and tools of online learning. After completing the course the student will be able to design and structure an on-line course for VET subjects (E-course in txt format)
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  • The Facilitator’s Handbook for e-learning course: to provide support for trainers and educators in VET who are planning to implement the course into a training offer of own institution and moderate the course. The Handbook was developed on the basis of the experience gained during pilot phase of the course. It may serve as a reference material for the facilitator who finds there various advice and tips on actions that may be undertaken to facilitate the course in efficient way
    [EN | IT | CS | LT | SL | ES | NO | PL | HR]


  • Needs analysis to understand VET trainers’ and teachers’ needs
  • Adapt e-learning course according to needs analysis outcomes, therefore enhancing it with national and internationally-relevant content
  • Introduce different tools to the process (eg. videos, podcasts, videoconferences)
  • Promote the use of the adapted version in partner countries


  • Coordinator: Akademia Górniczo -Hutnicza im. St.Staszica w Krakowie (Poland)
  • Hrvatska akademska iistaživačka mreža – CARNet (Croatia)
  • RPiCViP (Czech Republic)
  • Vytauto Didziojo Universitetas (Lithuania)
  • Center RS za poklicno izobraževanje (Slovenia)
  • Universidad de Murcia (Spain)
  • HiST Contract Research (Norway)
  • Obrtna Tehnička Škola (Croatia)

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Date of project

01/10/2012 – 30/09/2014

DG of reference

DG EAC, LLP National Agency (Poland) – Leonardo da Vinci, Transfer of Innovation

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