Increasing attractiveness of the VET sector and contributing to innovation in vocational education and training, has been always a priority for the European Commission, which has given a special attention to this field, by involving it in its Strategic Plan within the Programming Period of 2021-2027. The aforementioned thematic fields have also been a challenge for many VET Institutes across EU.
With our online event, we are going to present best practices of how this attractiveness could be achieved through internationalization. More specifically, EVBB along with its member AKMI S.A, will present how VET excellence, innovation, and mobilities could work together in order to lead a VET Provider to success.
12:00 – 12:05: Welcome and Opening
12:05– 12:15: Presentation of the European Association of VET Providers (EVBB) – Mr. Theodor Grassos, Secretary General of EVBB
12:15 – 12:25: Presentation of the VENHANS project and the PLR initiative – Mr. Giulia Meschino, Director & Secretary General of the European Vocational Training Association (EVTA)
12:25-13:25: A success story: From the membership to the European Network of Excellence to the most Innovative EU VET Provider award – Mrs. Eva Vaiouli, Head of Development in AKMI
13:25 – 13:30: Short Break
13:30 – 14:30: Excellence through Centres of Vocational Excellences and Teacher Academies: Presentation of 2 Best Practices – Mr. Theodor Grassos, Project Director of TourX Project & Mrs. Christina Triantafyllou, Project Manager of TUTOR project
14:30 – 14:55: AKMI’s Internationalization through Mobilities – Mrs. Myrto Siapardani, Head of Mobilities in AKMI 14:55 – 15:00: Conclusions and Closure
- Excellence and Innovation in the VET sector
- Centres of Vocational Excellence
- Teacher Academies
- VET organizations, trainers and staff, EU educational stakeholders, Educational Networks