Delivery of Processes and Tools for the Inclusion Model in the VET WEB Project

The Valorising Experiences for Training in Western Balkans (VET WEB) project has made significant progress in developing processes and tools for the inclusion model. This phase focuses on creating a comprehensive framework to enhance the inclusion of individuals in disadvantaged situations within the job market.

Overview of the Inclusion Model:

The inclusion model aims to foster collaboration between public services, VET providers, enterprises, and third-sector organizations. It is designed to set up processes that promote a more inclusive job market by addressing the needs and abilities of individuals through a person-centred and multidimensional approach.

Key Components:

  1. Accreditation: Establishing standards and procedures to ensure the quality and effectiveness of inclusion processes.
  2. Relationship with Employment and Welfare Services: Strengthening the collaboration between various stakeholders to provide holistic support to individuals.
  3. Accompaniment of People in Vulnerable Situations: Offering tailored support and guidance to help individuals navigate the job market.
  4. Relationship with Enterprises: Encouraging businesses to adopt inclusive practices and provide opportunities for disadvantaged individuals.

Development Process:

The inclusion model has been developed through extensive desk research and interviews. It showcases inspiring experiences, models, processes, and tools currently in use in EU partner countries. This research aims to provide valuable insights and practical examples for Western Balkan partners to implement in their own contexts.


The VET WEB project is committed to promoting social and labour inclusion in the Western Balkans. By delivering these processes and tools, the project aims to create a more inclusive job market that benefits all stakeholders. Partners are now focused on implementing these strategies to achieve the projects’ objectives and support sustainable development in the region.

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