The storybook tells stories about the BBVET program and its success. A reader can follow the program´s development from an early stage, when the curriculum was developed until the student graduation and students landing their first jobs.
Editorial Group: Grześ Piaseczny, Marie Björck, Kevin Sanikidze
Publisher: NetPort Science Park.
Given the efforts of the project consortium, a total of 45 students were able to successfully participate in the piloting of the two different one- year cross-border training programmes from January 2018 to December 2018. The achievements and the impact of the project will be presented in this research report. The report is structured chronologically with regards to the activities that have been carried out during the project. The report sets out to identify from which project idea the consortium was born and how the necessary activities were adapted to the current situation. The report as a whole adopts the character of a labour process analysis but also provides empirical research that has been conducted during the project. It includes the multiple perspectives of all participating partners as these were the results of different workshops that have been conducted during several partner meetings within the project. In addition to this, the report includes a variety of innovative approaches that can be transferred to further development and/or to other sectors/training areas. The purpose of the report is not only to present results and to highlight achievements and challenges but also to raise questions and to intensify the discussion within the field of long-term mobilities in the VET.
This presentation was made for the final seminar in Rostock.
During BBVET, there has been a collection and documentation of data. This presentation shows a few results of the research report with the following topics:
All data is shown in the research report.
The film, produced by the University of Szczecin in cooperation with the Academy of Art in Szczecin, documents the entire testbed period. The camera accompanied students of EDTECH and Mechatronics in 5 countries and gathered experience of participants, teachers and companies.
The softs skills platform was developed to give support to our beliefs with concrete and clear workshops in order to help the trainers in each country to move forward in the training process.
The content in the platform is based on a scientific foundation, on the relevant theories regarding cooperation and personal development.
It was important that everyone involved in the BBVET education, speakers, teachers and others, had an understanding of the basic values.
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The attached document “BBVET legal framework for recognition of learning” introduces the recognition concept of the BBVET project.
Claus Brandt Kristensen was appointed a Danish ECVET expert in 2018 based on the work he has done in a number at EU project since 2014 in the framework og ERASMUS+ KA2, Intrereg and his schools own ERASMUS+ KA1 mobility projects.
The driving force for working with ECVET has been two fold. Firstly implementing it as a quality assurance tool in connect with geographical mobility, and secondly a way to secruce that the students will get a recognition of the learning that they achieve in connection the their mobility experience.
These two driving forces for CELF´s mobility fits perfectly with the scope of the BBVET project of sending students on an one year mobility experience.