Policy Recommendations are based upon the project outcomes. They target mainly policy-makers, VET providers and professionals and researchers.
The VIRTUS project has developed an innovative, fully functional virtual vocational education and training centre, which provides appropriately designed modular certified courses in Modular Employable Skills (MES).
The report outlines the state of the art of vocational organisations which offer education and training.
Questo corso è organizzato in cinque moduli formativi che contribuiranno a potenziare le competenze dei lavoratori nell’ambito del “Turismo e dei Servizi di Accoglienza”.
The Needs Assessment Analysis Report identified and assessed the end-users needs of the Virtus target groups in order to develop the modular courses in Tourism and Social entrepreneurship.
This course consists of five training modules that shall help (future) social entrepreneurs learn about social enterprises and case studies, particularities of this type of business
This WECE – WE all Count Europe training programme aims at strengthening the engagement of young people in risk of exclusion and policy makers in the e-participation.
As the project turns one-year old, important results and interesting findings about the skills needs of the publishing sector begin to emerge and the collaboration between partners intensifies.
Training kit on entrepreneurship and mobile applications developed and tested within the WAPPY! project.
The main results of WAPPY research phase give a short overview on youth, entrepreneurship and mobile applications in the partner countries.
This is the first issue of the ASAP Project newsletter, which will aim to keep stakeholders updated on the project’s progress.
The Open Educational Resource (OER) How to use urban garden as a tool for youth work is the main result of the European project “Planting Cities” (Erasmus +, KA2).
This OER is the practical result of the project activities carried out by all the target groups involved in the project in 2015-2016: organizations working in the field of youth, youth workers, youngsters, local communities from Italy, Slovenia, Nepal and India.
It‘s targeted at any young worker and organization dealing with youth and eager to use urban gardening as an educational tool. Moreover it motivates to develop mobility activities, such as training courses and EVS in the non-formal education field.