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How to make vocational education and training accessible to all?

Friday, 01 February 2019 Published in News
How to make vocational education and training accessible to all?

The challenge: People with disabilities continue to be disproportionately excluded from the labour market Europe-wide.
Vocational education and training (VET) plays a crucial role, as it acts as the joint between school education and the working world.

The Solution: How information and communication technologies (ICT) can be helpful in making VET more inclusive and therefore in better preparing learners for the labour market is the content of our new ERASMUS+ project EICON. We just met experts from all around Europe to exchange good practice and to develop effective solutions.

Other similar meetings are scheduled in the coming months that will focus on specific topics and discuss how ICT can be supportive to raise an organisation’s inclusive capacity. This first meeting dealt with the pedagogy in VET organisations and with different teaching and learning approaches. Participants from six organisations from Finland, Sweden, Portugal, Greece and Germany exchanged effective practice and discussed first recommendations for teachers and managers of VET organisations.

 

Results and Impact: Draft results will soon be shared publicly so that educators around Europe can add their experiences and successful examples. Through this consultation process the results will be consolidated and more likely to fit to the different settings of VET organisations across Europe.

What's next: In our second meeting we will focus on technology and infrastructure.

 

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