- To contribute to the development of open and inclusive mental health policies across VET education;
- To improve employability skills of young people with mental health issues;
- To strengthen knowledge, evidence and best practice sharing in mental health.
- Research on developments in mental health issues and inclusion, best practices in engagement and service, design and mental health inclusion policy at the national and European levels,
- Interviews with policy makers, advocacy groups and VET leaders,
- Development of the methodology, benchmarking guidelines and feedback templates,
- Development and refinement of an interactive tool for carrying out national piloting,
- Implementation of national piloting in line with resources produced,
- Equality and diversity HR mapping,
- Identification of skills and responsibilities needed to develop a successful role for a Mental Health Champion within VET institutions’ organizational structures,
- Development of supplementary resources to complement the Mental Health Champion skills profile.
- National best practice research;
- Approaches to mental health inclusion field research,
- MH+ inclusion E-book,
- MH+ charter,
- MH+ benchmarking tool for VET professionals,
- Skills profile and resources for the role of “mental health champion”.
- Created governance approaches to mental health equality which are benchmarked against robust quality requirements,
- Empowered VET professionals to better understand how to improve their governance structures and institutional culture in reference to mental health inclusion,
- Developed a common governance approach to mental health inclusion in VET across regional, national and European institutions,
- Bridged the gap between underrepresented mental health groups and VET provision, helping them better engage with each other,
- Highlighted new organisational structures to promote mental health inclusion through a European skills profile,
- Encouraged increased debate around mental health issues in VET, including breaking down mental health stereotypes around certain courses.