Learning by Doing Targeted capacity building of VET partnerships in the Danube Region for the effective modernisation of VET systems

Learning by Doing, co-funded by the European Union through the Danube Transnational Programme, is a strategic project, build in such a manner that all key Vocational Education and Training (VET) actors (chambers, regional or national level authorities and multinational companies) could directly participate in the project, representing all 14 countries of the Danube Transnational Programme area.

Developing transnational tools to support long term transition of VET systems and developing strategies describing transition of VET systems, policy recommendations, will ease the transition towards more efficient Work-Based Learning (WBL) schemes and modernization of the WBL systems.

Learning by Doing project aims to improve capacities of all relevant VET actors through reinforcing regional, national and transnational partnerships in order to ease the existing VET systems in the Danube countries, by involving 24 project partners, 11 partners funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), 4 partners supported by the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) and 9 Associated Strategic Partners.

As VET systems have a strongly positive impact on local economies and societies (e.g. easing transition from education to work, boosting youth employment, reducing labour market disparity), most Danube countries have already introduced measures with partial results, although institutional weaknesses, lack of cooperation of VET actors, missing capacities and cultural bottlenecks seriously jeopardise the transition of existing VET systems towards more demand-driven vocational education in the Danube Region.

Thus it aims to develop secondary education and training schemes helping labour mobility and responding to fast economic changes and quickly changing needs of companies, by creating awareness through the VET actors about the operational/socio – economic & cultural challenges to overcome and by promoting VET system as a competitive tool.

Being a strategic project, where the key stakeholders are project partners at the same time, activities can easily tackle the direct target group(stakeholders involved in policymaking process).

The  target groups to whom this Project is adressed, are:

  • National public Authority
  • Education/Trainig Center and School
  • Enterprises and SMEs
  • Youth, as an indirect target group

 

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Targeted capacity building of VET partnerships in the Danube Region for the effective modernisation of VET systems
Start date
01-01-2017
End date
30-06-2019
Budget in Euro
Overall: 2358967,8
ERDF Contribution: 1708420,53
IPA Contribution: 296702,05
ENI Contribution: 0
Call number
Call 1
Priority
Well-governed Danube region
Specific objective
Improve institutional capacities to tackle major societal challenges

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Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry Lead partner learningbydoing@bkik.hu Hungary
National Office of Vocational Education and Training and Adult Education ERDF partner karvazye@lab.hu HUNGARY
Croatian Chamber of Economy – County Chamber Varaždin ERDF partner rpapec@hgk.hr CROATIA
Brno Regional Chamber of Commerce ERDF partner kejda@rhkbrno.cz CZECH REPUBLIC
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia ERDF partner andreja.sever@gzs.si SLOVENIA
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Project News

  • Learning by Doing - Invitation to Round Table: „Dual education – a combination of theory and practice”, by the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth of the Sarajevo Canton
    - 20-06-2018
    Invitation to Round Table: „Dual education – a combination of theory and practice”, by the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth of the Sarajevo Canton

    We are informing you that a round table discussion on the topic “Dual education – a combination of theory and practice”on the 21st of June, 2018, starting at 14:00 am in the Secondary technical school of graphic technologies, design and...

  • Learning by Doing - Designing a winning strategy for apprenticeship, Slovenia, 14th of June, 2018
    - 17-06-2018
    Designing a winning strategy for apprenticeship, Slovenia, 14th of June, 2018

      On 14 of June CPI (Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for Vocational Education and Training) and GZS (Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia) organized a...

  • Learning by Doing - TRANSNATIONAL WORKING MEETING OF LEARNING BY DOING PROJECT, Brno, 11-12 of June 2018
    - 10-06-2018
    TRANSNATIONAL WORKING MEETING OF LEARNING BY DOING PROJECT, Brno, 11-12 of June 2018

    Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Brno, Czech Republic will organize between 11-12 of June 2018 the mid-term conference of the project where also each partner (including ASPs) will participate. The agenda of this working meeting contains a...

  • Learning by Doing - Learning by Doing Bilateral Staff exchange, Deva, Romania,5-6th of June 2018
    - 10-06-2018
    Learning by Doing Bilateral Staff exchange, Deva, Romania,5-6th of June 2018

    The Bilateral Staff exchange was organized in Romania by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Hunedoara in partnership with NCTVETD for the guests of the partners from the Danube Regions interested in the current performances of Romanian...

  • Learning by Doing - Analysis of the State in Secondary Vocational Education in the Sarajevo Canton
    - 02-06-2018

    The round table was held on May 31 2018, which focused on the analysis of the state in secondary vocational education in the Sarajevo Canton. It was organized by the Chamber of Economy of Sarajevo Canton and the Ministry of Education,...

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