Good Practice on the Move – Pooling learning tools for innovative technologies succesfully in the EU
The increasing digitalisation of the working world and the introduction of new technologies, systems and processes lead to fundamental changes in operational work processes and thus also to increased requirements to the competences of the staff. Also, in the automotive sector the new technologies require skills that go well beyond traditional job descriptions.
This is where “Good Practice on the Move” comes in. The project objective is to illustrate
– exemplarily for the automotive sector –
how to address those new skills in VET and which methods are suitable for dealing with an increasingly digital technical world in vocational training.
In the last 5 years, numerous good practices have been developed – on adapting curricula, learning content, materials & media, but also on redesigning of professions and reducing the strict separation of vocational and higher education.
Some of these approaches being relevant for the automotive sector are now brought together. Partners from seven EU countries – VET institutions, universities and professional associations – present their good practices, examine their aptitude for the future and their usability for transfer and institutional anchoring in the various countries as well as make them accessible to a larger group of users throughout the EU.
- develop concepts for the use of good practice,
- work with relevant stakeholders – locally, regionally, nationally and EU-wide,
- develop strategies for the further capacity building of their institutions,
- promote dissemination and transfer of good practice approaches in the participating countries and throughout the EU.
As a result, the project partnership has a range of promising solutions at hand on how to meet the challenges of digitalisation and technological innovation in VET.
The findings are used to elaborate on capacity building of the education providers in the seven countries, on strategies to promote cooperation between vocational and higher education and between education and business, as well as to expand international cooperation. Finally, the partnership formulates recommendations for educational actors, business and regulatory bodies on the further development of the VET systems.
Germany, France, Italy, Croatia, Lithuania, Austria and Poland
KFZ-Innung, Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft
BSKFT Vienna (AT), ANFA Paris (FR), SCP Zagreb (HR), PSSG Vicenza (IT), VAVM Vilnius (LT), ZSS Poznan & PUT Poznan(PL)
Phone: +49 (030) 809 94 114
European Commission – Erasmus+