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BETTER LEARNING MOBILITY OPPORTUNITIES IN WESTERN BALKANS

The project INTERVET Western Balkans aimed at creating opportunities for learning mobility in the training centers of Western Balkans and improving the culture of learning mobility in the field of VET.

To do so, the project foresaw activities at two levels: on the one hand, the mobility of VET learners and on the other, the competence building of VET staff. The objectives of INTERVET Western Balkans were also twofold: the project would allow participants to have better access to resources related to international training mobility and to learn more about already existing opportunities.

The consortium included associations, SMEs, VET centers, chambers of commerce and a university from 6 regional partners:

  • Albania

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Kosovo

  • Montenegro

  • The Republic of North Macedonia

  • Serbia

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Short-term mobilities
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Long-term mobilities
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Job shadowing experiences
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Teachers in summer schools

as well as 8 partners from EU Member States: Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Malta, Spain, Slovenia and Poland. The project was coordinated by Uniser Società Cooperativa Sociale Onlus from Bologna, Italy. You can have a look at the partnership here.

The 3-year project involved students from all over the Balkan area and it included the following activities:

  • 372 short-term learner mobilities of one month (for high school VET students) with destinations: Seville, Wroclaw, Forlì-Bologna, Maribor, Lyon
  • 54 long-term learner mobilities of 3 months (for recent graduates and apprentices) with destinations: Seville, Wroclaw, Forlì-Bologna, Maribor, Lyon
  • 57 job shadowing experiences (for VET teachers and managers) at the following colleges of excellence: SEPR (France), ROC Da Vinci College (the Netherlands), MCAST – The Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology (Malta)
  • participation of 42 VET teachers in summer schools with destinations: Bologna, Seville, Dordrecht
  • participation of 85 VET teachers and managers in the Thematic Themes organized by EFVET and hosted by: MCAST – The Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology (Malta), ROC Da Vinci College (the Netherlands), SEPR (France)
  • participation of 24 teachers and managers in the first edition of the Uniser Teacher Week, organized and hosted by Uniser (Italy)

56 PRO-TYPE MOBILITIES

of 3 months (for recent graduates and apprentices) with destination: Seville, Wroclaw, Forlì-Bologna, Maribor, Lyon

360 MOBILITIES

of one month (for high school students) with destination: Seville, Wroclaw, Forlì-Bologna, Maribor, Lyon

54 JOB SHADOWING EXPERIENCES

(for teachers) at the following colleges of excellence: SEPR (France), ROC Da Vinci College (the Netherlands), MCAST – The Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology (Malta)

SUMMER SCHOOLS

participation of 36 teachers in summer schools with destination: Bologna, Seville, Dordrecht

PROJECT RESULTS

  • Discover the main activities implemented in INTERVET in a few slides by reading this presentation.
  • Video – guidelines: the tool has been developed to offer hands-on assistance and recommendations for organizations new to overseeing international mobility projects. You are an organization willing to implement a mobility project and you are looking for tips? Then this is the right tool for you.
  • A dedicated section on the Moving Generation platform has been developed for INTERVET. This platform enables users to streamline and simplify various workflow processes associated with the management of mobility projects. The integration of a dedicated section on the Moving Generation platform for the project is a strategic move to leverage technology for the efficient administration of Erasmus+ mobility projects. Moving Generation is a tool designed to realize a paperless Erasmus and it underlines its commitment to modernizing and optimizing the mobility project management process. The engagement of all sending and hosting partners, as well as the participants in the latest departure round, demonstrates the practical utility and widespread adoption of the platform for sharing vital information related to mobility experiences.
  • Read the final publication, available in different languages to discover more about INTERVET results!

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