We have presented the BVB Migration project to our project in KA2- youth entrepreneurship education in hospitality and tourism, in Vinnistsya, February 8th.

We have presented the BVB Migration project to our project in KA2- youth entrepreneurship education in hospitality and tourism, in Vinnistsya, February 8th.

Coordinator: International Youth Association "Quant", Partners: Cosvitec Societa Consortile ARL, Italy, Social Innovation Centre, Latvia, Development center Pangeya Ultima, Ukraine, Gyumri "Youth Initiative Centre" NGO ARMENIA.

Second Training of the WPL project – Workplace learning: what can we learn from each other in Solingen Germany

The week of the 14th to the 18th of January we have carried out the second training of the WORK PLACE LEARNING project, C2-activity KA2-WBL, in Solingen, Germany.

Our partners of the ZIB - Zentrum für Integration und Bildung - Solingen have shared with the rest of the partners their models of preparation and accompaniment to employment for people with difficulties of insertion in the labor market. It has been an interesting PEER - EVALUATION where all the partners have learned from the great strategies developed by ZIB in Solingen.

Thanks to the fantastic team of ZIB.

On November 25 and 26 we held in Winsen, Germany, the first staff meeting to organize the activities of the DIGIRE Digital Relationships good practices exchange project, coordinated by our colleagues from Systeme in Bewegung e.V. has been approved by the German National Agency with number 2018-1-DE02-KA204-005029

In a world in which digitization permeates all areas of life, personal reflection is needed to promote the effective use of digital technologies. While most people, especially the young generation of “digital natives”, have the technical-instrumental know-how to skilfully navigate virtual social spaces, there is a lack of awareness of how digital interactions affect real life. We want to meet this open question with our project. Instrumental media literacy has long been understood as a key competence. However, understanding and attention to how relationships shape and change in the digital age should also be developed to promote healthy personal development. Social networks have grown so fast in recent years that social-cultural introspection does not seem to have lagged behind-what does it do to me and my family, skyping with grandparents, using a family chat, taking pictures of our children?

Publish Instagram and know some friends only on facebook? The aim of our partnership is to reflect on the opportunities and risks of these everyday developments together – and culture-specific in different countries – to think and research, to exchange ideas, to highlight positive and negative effects and to find various ways of dealing with them.

Workplace learning: what can we learn from each other. We have started the project

Workplace learning: what can we learn from each other approved by the National Agency of Belgium with the number 2018-1-BE02-KA202-046830, and coordinated by our colleagues from vzw Katholiek Onderwijs Vlaanderen

Institutions from Belgium, Spain, Germany, Slovenia, Estonia and Portugal participate in this project

On November 12 to 14, 2018, we developed the first exchange of good practices in Brussels where the first training assistants worked around the PEER Evaluation concept, answering the following questions;

Getting connected: Introduction to the working method PEER EVALUATION

- What do you mean by peer evaluation? What is it/what is it not?

- What can be the added value of your participation in a peer evaluation?

- Do you already have experience with this method?

The main goal of this project is to professionalise teachers, trainers and mentors in VET by exchanging good examples of practice with regard to the use and implementation of workplace learning in their curricula. In this context, we want to pay special attention to the possibilities that we do not use today to facilitate access to this 'new' form of learning for specific target groups. In this project we consider all the separate parts that are part of workplace learning starting with the development of a network of companies with which we want to collaborate in function of the diversity of the learners, to evaluate and validate the knowledge and skills that they have learned in the workplace. The common thread throughout the entire process is the guidance / coaching of the learners by all those involved and the quality development throughout the process.

Looking forward to attending the next meeting in Solingen, Germany in January!

First staff meeting of the project: Workplace learning: what can we learn from each other

First staff meeting of the project: Workplace learning: what can we learn from each other

On November 15 and 16, 2018, we held the first staff meeting of the project en Bruselas. There we refined the doubts, talked about how to carry it out with levels of excellence, to disseminate what we learned and how to achieve the greatest benefits of this exchange,

In addition, we take the opportunity to visit the Parliament of Flanders. A good experience!