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Governance for Inclusive Vocational Excellence

Project information

NameGovernance for Inclusive Vocational Excellence (GIVE)
PartnersCometa Formazione, Italia (coordinator),
Gi Group, Espanja,
MCAST – The Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology,
The Malta Chamber,
San Viator – Sopuerta, Espanja,
Lantegi Batuak, Espanja,
Universitatea din Bucuresti, Romania,
the European Forum of Technical and Vocational Education and Training – EfVET, Belgia,
FundersErasmus+ -programme

GIVE project focuses on developing inclusive vocational excellence on European level in cooperation with vocational education and training centres, companies and universities.

Governance for Inclusive Vocational Excellence Project (GIVE) aims at designing and developing a European platform of centres of excellence devoted to innovate VET sector for the social inclusion of individuals belonging to disadvantaged groups.

Starting from the set of methodologies and tools, recognized as excellences at European and international level, the project will contribute to the above-mentioned objective by implementing and promoting:

  • Entrepreneurial governance models for the development and management of VET centres and agencies.
  • Educational approaches and tools specifically aimed at the social inclusion of people at risk of exclusion.
  • Models for the design and implementation of effective training-work transition activities.

The project will produce training materials and courses which strengthen the competence of managers, trainers, counsellors, companies and public administrators in organizing inclusive vocational education and training.

Digital Platforms in GIVE project provide a forum for shared understanding and exchange on the theme of inclusive vocational education, extend the cooperation between VET institutions and companies and open new opportunities for competence development to strengthen inclusion in vocational education.

Cometa Formazione from Italy coordinates the project and project consortium includes partners from Finland, Italy, Spain, Malta, Belgium and Romania. HAMK Edu Research Unit and HAMK School of Professional Teacher Education participate in the project as specialists and developers in the field of vocational education, professional special needs teacher education and student guidance.

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