The aims of the project Regional Networks for Quality in Vocational Mobility (REMO) are to foster regional mobility of vocational education and training (VET) learners in Europe
Current statistics on drop-out rates all over Europe clearly show that our education systems and, especially, our VET systems do not meet the requirements and needs of the potential learners, particularly in initial VET.
In line with the transition towards a green, low carbon and resource efficient economy and in order to respond to the increasing demand of green skills in the construction sector, the implementation of the BU.G.S. action will gain some crucial outcomes.
The project VET4ALL – Development of a training path for European Furniture Experts in Designing and Manufacturing of AAL Integrated Furniture for the Care and Support of Elderly and Disabled People.
ISO CONSTRUCT“ – Validation of competences of unskilled workers in the construction sector applying ISO 17024 standards.
Before the background of the quality indicators recommended by the EQARF framework as well as the CQAF (Common Quality Assurance Framework) the Q-PLM project aims at the development of an innovative instrument for product quality assurance for VET providers based on the methods of Product Lifecycle Management.
The main project objectives and results of the project Emerging Modes of Cooperation between Private Sector Organisations and Universities - EMCOSU are comparative state-of-the-art survey, analysis and integrative report on the status of cooperation between employers and HEI institutions in selected countries and EU.
The project MEET Change – Motivating Elderly Employees for Training and Change responds to the challenge of an ageing population by improving the accessibility of educational programmes for this target group at company level.
The “new” EU member states are faced more strongly with demographic change and an ageing workface.
The project Post-crisis Social Dialogue in the Construction Sector (SODICO) aims at a better anticipation, preparation and management of change and restructuring in the construction sector, better adaptation of social dialogue in the construction sector to changes in employment and work and at strengthening the role of social partners and tripartite cooperation in the construction sector.
Human resources are of highest importance in the chemical industry.
The objective of the project Improving Claims Management in Slovenian SME Engaging in Intra-EU Trade was to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in Slovenia to optimise their business procedures by providing information.
Settlement of labor disputes without court (alternative dispute resolution, ADR) is an important part of social life.
The goal of this project is to facilitate the procedures of international workplace training to teachers, coordinating organizations, students, and companies through an easy handbook translated into each national language.
Aim of the project KnowFORwood is to support the participation of people working in the wood industry in lifelong learning programmes by offering them competitive knowhow in order to develop services with higher value-added and better manage changes in work and business.
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