The BBVET – Boosting Business Integration Through Joint Education is a research and development project broadening the internationalisation of Vocational Educational Training (VET) in the Baltic Sea Region.Based on successfully implemented projects for interregional VET in the Baltic Sea Region, through the South Baltic Training Program, the BBVET project strives for development and piloting internationally recognised and ECVET certificated educational programmes within the sectors "Green Media" and "Blue Mechatronics". This offer intends to increase the mobility and business exchange in the South Baltic Region, primarily focusing VET apprentices as participants of the project, to promote entrepreneurial thinking and acting within the framework of international networks and to develop a "global occupational competence".
Funded by the INTERREG South Baltic Programme and embedded in the EU STRATEGY FOR THE BALTIC SEA REGION. The project focuses on Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden.
NetPort Science Park (Lead Partner)
The Science Park is a Triple Helix organisation aiming to increase cooperation among the private, public and academic sectors in order to facilitate sustainable economic growth in the Blekinge region and is a meeting place for people, ideas, creativity and knowledge. Netport was Lead Partner within the SBTP.
The Centre for Vocational Education Lolland Falster is a large, broad-spectrum educational institution offering upper secondary tertiary and continuing education and training programmes. CELF has departments in three towns on Lolland-Falster and has a large number facilities at its disposal.
The Chair of Business, Economics and entrepreneurship Education is teaching, researching and scientifically consulting in various topics of vocational education and training. With focus on the Baltic Sea Region the chair works in internationalisation of VET regarding networking and cooperating respectively regional development.
The Faculty of Management and Economics of Services at the University of Szczecin is comprised of 18 chairs and 3 departments. It actively participated in the SBTP project and created a reliable network of stakeholders and VET schools in the region, motivated students and employers to take active part in the internationalisation process.
The Center was founded by the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Lithuania and the Council of Rietavas Municipality in 2002. It is a reliable partner for entrepreneurs working in Rietavas providing high-quality consultation, training and technical assistance. Clients are mainly SMEs.
This education provider offers initial and continuing vocational education and training. In 2016, the school opened a department in Rietavas, formally Zemaitija College. It is well known as an institution with long traditions and an experienced teaching staff that trains highly qualified specialists and practitioners.