Deployment of VET-WEB Trainings and Tools Underway

The Valorising Experiences for Training in Western Balkans (VET WEB) project has reached a significant milestone. After extensive planning and development, partners have started delivering the VET-WEB trainings and tools to participants through Face-to-Face, Blended, and Fully Online means.

The VET WEB project, co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission under the Capacity Building in Vocational Educational Training action, brings together seven partners from six countries – Belgium, Italy, Spain, Albania, and Montenegro. This project aims to enhance the relevance of VET providers in the Western Balkans, specifically in Albania and Montenegro, by promoting social and economic development in rural and marginal areas.

Key target groups for the VET WEB project include managers, trainers, and staff of VET providers, operators, HR managers, CEOs of enterprises, operators and managers of third-sector social enterprises, and operators and decision-makers of employment centres and social services. Additionally, the project focuses on low-skilled young people aged 18-24 facing vulnerable situations due to social, geographical, or gender reasons.

The deployment phase involves the implementation of innovative models for EU-WB VET cooperation, as well as training and tools designed to address challenges hindering competitiveness and attractiveness in the Western Balkans VET system. Training sessions cover essential frameworks such as ESCO, EQF, EURES, EUROPASS, and CEDEFOP, in addition to the EntreComp Framework.

During this phase, partners have customized their approach to suit their local contexts and participants’ needs. IHF has organized workshops and learning sessions to ensure comprehensive and accessible training delivery. These activities aim to provide practical skills and knowledge to the participants, ensuring they can apply what they learn in real-world settings.

The VET WEB project is committed to delivering long-term services and outputs that positively impact the entire VET community in the Western Balkans. As partners continue to implement the planned activities, they are focused on ensuring the sustainability and valorization of the project’s results.

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