The VENHANS WP4 – Dissemination, aims at promoting the external visibility of the VET4EU2 platform and at carrying out activities to sustain the diffusion all over Europe of VET learning tools, methods, practices, in particular those aimed to improve the attractiveness and quality of VET provision and the professional development of VET teachers/trainers.
To do so, it has 4 main activities, the WP4 team has been working on, resulting in 4 outputs:
- VET Gazette – a digital VET magazine, with the aim to provide added value information to everyone interested in the VET world. Through this magazine, the VENHANS consortium wants to create the opportunity to give voice even to those ones who lack the language skills, to be heard. We would like for the VET Gazette to become a consistent tool, able to promote VET all over Europe. Within the project it is planned to release 3 issues focused on different topics relevant for VET, but it is envisioned to continue this publication even after the end of the project funding, in the framework of the VENHANS sustainability.
Find the first issue of the VET Gazette, focused on Work-based learning here.
- Country level events/survey – The VENHANS team wishes to investigate the knowledge, organisations within and outside the VET4EU2 platform have about the European Vocational Skills Week 2020 and understand the level of involvement they wish to have or not have with it and why. The census regarding the VET Skills Week 2020 has been successfully carried out during the first year of the project.
- Yearly provision conference in VET Skills Week – within this task the VET4EU2 members are committed to fully support the yearly VET Skills Week organization. For the 2020 version of the week, which was organised by the EC in cooperation with the German Presidency of the Council of the EU, the theme was VET for Green and Digital Transitions. The VET4EU2 network was present with the workshop – The spider VET in the Net: WBL for the future. In the workshop work-based learning for young people in VET and adult learners in need of re- and upskilling was discussed.
- VET4EU2 website & social media – as the title suggests, this activity is focused on creation and development of the VET4EU2 website and social media channels with the aim for them to become a relevant source of information about VET. The VET4EU2 website will also act as a communication platform with the soon to be introduced VET4EU2 Hub, providing opportunities for participating in informative webinars and networking activities.
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