Strategic focus on Professional Skills in the construction industry.
Developing and strengthening entrepreneurial skills of young builders.
Upp_games is focused on developing of an app for mobile devices for learning occupational risk prevention in works at height.
Work-based Learning (WBL) is a crucial component of VET education in Europe, but educational institutions and businesses use very different concepts and languages in their approaches. In order to foster cooperation between education and businesses, a bridge is necessary that builds effective links between VET schools and companies. A third party (e.g. NGOs, associations, local organisations) could mediate this process by helping the different actors “to speak a common language”.
Towards a circular economy: tracing products made from recycled plastic composites reinforced with fibre glass
The main aim of the CIR-ECO project is to qualify workers that will participate in the repairing, refurbishing and recycling of discarded equipment in Household Appliance Sector, through the definition of a New Professional Profile, the development of Training Curriculum and training modules and the creation of a Virtual Environment.
The action aims to increase the uptake and the use of elnvoicing by the Slovenian contracting authorities and contracting entities, and to ensure compliance with the European elnvoicing
standard (EN) by the end of May 2018 in line with the Directive 2014/55/EU.
The goal of the Strategic Development and Innovative Partnership (SRIP) MATerials for end PROducts (MATPRO) is to join the metallurgy, metal processing and chemical industries with knowledge institutions in the value chains and networks, and to act collectively in finding and developing new, breakthrough products under the slogan "Only together can we be really successful". The objective is to be achieved through targeted cooperation, internationalization support activities, human resources development, sustainable development and entrepreneurship as well as through the sharing of knowledge and resources in the field of materials, where Slovenian companies are already operating successfully. Through the cooperation we want everybody to become even more successful.
A three-day long event was organized by the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) between 30th January and 2nd February 2017 to officially launch the project “Learning by Doing - Targeted capacity building of VET partnerships in the Danube Region for the effective modernization of VET systems”.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia
Dimičeva ulica 13
T: +386 1 58 98 000
F: + 386 1 58 98 100