IHF, Institut de Haute Formation aux Politiques Communautaires asbl, is a non profit organisation established in Brussels (Belgium) in 2003. The principal aim of IHF is to provide the community (including non profit and local authorities) with assistance for the development of a wider international cooperation through activities of specialised training on European policies and the dissemination of European values, specifically to NGOs and the volunteering services.
HETEL is an association of 21 Vocational Training Centres created by social initiative which are present in all regions in the Basque Country, Spain. It was set up in 1987 to promote and improve the Vocational Training provision. The objectives of the Association are the exchange of experience and know-how between VET centers, foster innovation in VET education, both from a technological and pedagogical point of view and contribute to fill the gap between VET education and the demands of the business world.
KulturLife is a German NGO that specializes in all areas of intercultural communication. It’s three department cover the areas of school exchanges, work experience in various countries and volunteer work in developing countries. We are a member of the WYSE travel federation and are funded by the European Union, the ministry for economic cooperation in Germany and other sources
Go Digit All (GDA) was founded in 2001 to address a number of factors relating to the regeneration of communities in United Kingdom. GDA provide support and innovative training to develop the wider communities ICT knowledge in an informative, jargon free manner and we achieve this by: one to one training, outreach services, mentoring, volunteering, employability support, partnership work, advocacy, advice and guidance.
Our school was established in 1979 as a vocational training institution working for the public. Students can attend our school after they finish their 8 year compulsory education and continue their vocational training for 4 years at our school. It is one of the biggest schools in the region having 700 students, 47 teachers and 4 technicians at our school. Our students learn and practice their field of work both in our school and enterprises under the control of our teachers.
Liceul Tehnologic Petricani is a technological high-scool specialized in fashion design, textiles and tailoring.
It was founded in 1859. In 1978 it became a School of Arts and Trades and, in 2010 it become a technological high-school. It is located in Petricani, Neamt County, NE Romania. The institution is currently providing education services to approximately 800 students, from pre-primary level up to the higher secondary level, with a total of 70 teachers.
The vocational high school,, Gorce Petrov '' is located in Prilep, a city in the southwestern part of Macedonia, in the Pelagonia plain, 128 km from the capital Skopje. The school was funded in 1963 with the profile handler mining machines, and within the same school after four years a new profile - made clothes.
There are about 880 students between the ages of 15-18 and 73 teachers, each qualified and well-trained for the individual subjects.
By Liceul Tehnologic Petricani, June 26 , 2016
Hosted by HETEL, the meeting in Durango was an excellent opportunity for the partners to work together directly and effectively. The e-learning modules are taking shape.
By Liceul Tehnologic Petricani posted May 30, 2016
The 7 partners are preparing for the second transnational meeting - ”EU Employers Needs, Work-based learning and ECVET ”- taking place in Bilbao, Spain, on 23 and 24 of June 2016.
Currently working on the first version of the e-modules contents and technical issues.
By Liceul Tehnologic Petricani April 20, 2016
Visual identity elements design (rollup/banner) to be used during local dissemination activities.
By Liceul Tehnologic Petricani, posted January 30, 2016
EMPLOVET project – Employability and Workplace Skills for VET Students - was launched in Brussels on 21 and 22 of January 2016.
During the kick-off meeting in Brussels, partners agreed upon the timeline and the implementation of project activities, set the activities schedule and decided the next steps.
Funded by + the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union