The InMobVET project proposes to trace a new way to ensure the inclusion of young people with difficulties (learning difficulties, fewer opportunities due to socio-economic and cultural background, etc.). Furthermore, the project intends to increase the rate of education and employment among these young people and promote their success in training.
The project is implemented under the grant program “Cooperation paths - support for entities implementing international cooperation” as a part of the Operational Program Knowledge Education Development 2014-2020 Axis No. IV. Social innovation and transnational cooperation, Measure 4.3 Transnational Cooperation
The main aim of the project is to increase the level of entrepreneurship and professional activity of the inhabitants of the Lublin Province in Poland, by creating conditions for establishing and running own business.
The goal of S.E.T. Protocol poject is to bring to the forefront the notion of interoperability for BlockChain system, focused on the ticketing industry. The project aims to create an open ticketing ecosystem where all parties in the ticketing supply chain can work together with more control, more internal operational transparency, and more security. By doing so, the global issue of the ticket secondary market will be solved.
Project “BRANDING Mentoring - Brand building of EU Enterprises through Mentoring” aims to support, mentor and guide new entrepreneurs, self-employed professionals, executives of SMEs, start-ups, scale-ups and members of Chambers of Commerce etc. in regards to cultivating and enhancing their skills and competences related to branding techniques and strategies, marketing of their products and services, and overall extroversion awareness that will lead to successful business results and practices.
CulTVET is an Erasmus+ KA3 project that aims to contribute to the development of the tourism sector through the development of a European joint qualification for VET centres in the cultural tourism field with a strong work-based component.
The project aims to promote entrepreneurial education by boosting key competences in web, graphic and digital arts among VET (Vocational Education and Training) educators and learners in order to improve their entrepreneurial capacity to teach and learn about how to start new businesses and how to reach current markets online.
The WinEra Erasmus+ project aims to enhance the competitiveness of the European wineries through the development of their potential for production and promotion of organic and biodynamic wines. Through an innovative vocational training process, the project will support organic viticulture in Europe, integrating into a common curriculum all aspects concerning the development of organic viticulture (farming techniques, production methods, marketing, communication, ethics & corporate social responsibility).
ISSE – Improving Skills of Social Entrepreneurs project aims is to make professionals understand better the social economy sector and to support them by strengthening their managerial skills, professionalism and networking opportunities.
“Boosting EU economy through training of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) advisors” is a project with the aim to increase foreign investments by developing a unique training programme which will equip FDI advisors with all the knowledge, skills and competences needed to provide all in one support for internationalization and relocation of foreign investors in one place.
The EMVOI project intends to develop an integral web-based tool for assessment, training & ISO 17024 certification of EU project managers (EUPM).
The general objective of EMVOI project is to contribute to recognition, validation & enhancement of the key competences of EUPM through strengthening cooperation between the world of training & the world of work by applying an integral approach for assessment, training & ISO 17024 certification.
LAMOS EU project was submitted in Cyprus and was accepted, as the first project in the approval list under the VET Sector of the KA2 Action (Strategic Partnerships) of the ERASMUS + Programme.
In many countries of the Southern and Eastern Europe, current legislative reform is moving the apprenticeship system from a 100% school-based system towards a company based system. However, neither the intermediary organisations nor the companies are ready in order to cope with this change.