The Kick off Meeting started at 22-23 October 2015 in Italy and the partners had the opportunity to discuss about the objectives of the project. In this preliminary phase the partners of the project had identified the existing networks, the associations and stakeholders belong to the furniture sector and were active in the field of work-based training in order to maximize and coordinate all the efforts towards VET students and young workers.
The Woodual project is an Erasmus+ project, funded with the financial support of the European Commission. The general purpose of WOODual - Wood sector and Dual Learning for Youth Employment and Skills is to elaborate guidelines and new methodologies in order to open the road for a more extensive use of dual learning system in wood and furniture sector.
The second meeting of the project Erasmus + Euro4Science2.0 held with great success in Sofia, Bulgaria in June 2017.
The project partners’ meeting for Euro4Science2.0 project took place in Sofia on 8th and 9th of June 2017.
EURO4SCIENCE 2.0 is a spinoff of Erasmus + KA2 "Euro4Science" and maintains the initial concept of using the motivational value of media coverage on real and fictionalized forensic case files to enhance students interest in STEM; thus, it contributes to tackle early school leaving and motivation of disadvantage students.
In EURO4SCIENCE 2.0 the topics covered by the activities proposed will promote not only general scientific and media literacy of secondary students but also the values of European citizenship aligned with Europe 2020 strategy.
BLENDED MOBILITY 2 - MAY 15TH - 19TH 2017
CZECH REPUBLIC, OSTRAVA (MORAVIAN-SILESIAN REGION)
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Right from the start of the project on 01.10.2016 the first experience exchange of the project partners was carried out in the period from 17th to 21st October 2016 in Burg (Spreewald). The agenda included discussions on the topic of "Tourism for All", "Health Tourism", "Qualification and Training", "Equality of Gender and Equal Opportunities" as well as related company visits in the Burg (Spreewald) region.
The aim of the project is to develop a targeted, practice-oriented exchange of experience between tourism operators of the participating European partner regions on the general subject: “Training and qualification requirements for employees of micro and small tourism enterprises in Accessible tourism” with the help of training and further training experiences.