FUTUREVET is a project that promotes the implementation of the new model of VET through processes and methods that prevent this transformation from sidelining students with obstacles in order to ensure that the new VET model not only adapts to the new market needs derived from the social context, but is also a real opportunity for young people in situations of social exclusion. opportunity for young people in situations of exclusion to achieve a better future through their employability in the technology sector technological sector.

With this project, we want to facilitate the modernization and adaptation to the new European reality of Vocational Training (in accordance with the new Organic Law for VET Organization and Integration in Spain, the European Skills Agenda of the EU, and OECD's objectives), facilitating the work of teachers and companies to face the great challenges of this change, and contribute to it being fully inclusive and not leaving aside students with barriers.

The joint work between vocational training centers and technology companies from various European countries will generate a set of tools, resources, and services aimed both at VET teachers of technology cycles and their centers, as well as at companies, the main protagonists in the new VET model. These include training courses, help guides, support manuals to look for companies, new certifications, and an online platform to promote the new VET.






A result that guides the VET teacher to adapt their work to the new configuration.
We propose a guide that not only explains the consequences of the new models of vocational training for teachers, but also provides them with methods and tools to adapt their work to the new changes that are taking place in VET

This course will show the benefits of the new VET model and the opportunities it offers to the companies, while helping them to modify their internships and generates the necessary figures for it, such as the dual tutor in the company. The course will facilitate the hosting of VET internships in technology companies.

Manual for VET teachers and educational centers that provides them with effective strategies to convince companies to host VET student internships, offering them interesting aspects, resources to enhance the virtualization of the work done and answers to the questions that will surely assail whoever they contact.

A document aimed at explaining to VET students the new vocational training model and the adaption to the technological sector that we propose.




Our Team

Luis Gómez Estrada

Ikasia Technologies

Luis Gómez Estrada, was born in Valencia in 1980, with a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design by “Universidad Politécnica de Valencia”, experienced in the research field at the “Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia” (UPV). Actually is CEO of Ikasia technologies and has experience as head of the 3D department in an engineering services companies. He has a broad experience in European and international project’s management and coordination.

Laura Gómez Estrada

Ikasia Technologies

Qualified as a VET Technician, Laura has been incorporated in Ikasia in 2018 in the scientific and educational project development team. Having exhibited organization and managing skills, has since been responsible for projects coordinated by Ikasia included in the Erasmus + Program in the field of professional education. Laura is a young, easygoing, and hardworking person. Her diverse professional parkours led to the development of a broad range of skills, from organization to and interpersonal skills, which she transposes to her professional everyday life.

José Luis Gómez Ribelles

Ikasia Technologies

José Luis Gómez Ribelles is a full professor at the Universitat Politècnica de València, carrying out his research work at the Centre for Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, CBIT, of that university. He is currently the principal investigator of one of the research units of the CIBER-BBN of the Instituto de Salud Carlos III. His current line of research focuses on the development of biomaterials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

Luis Martins

Ikasia Technologies

Luis Martins is a Phd student at the Universitat Politècnica de València. After graduating applied biology from the Universidad e do Minho took a master in Biophysics and Bionanosystems on the same university. Additionally, has pedagogic competences and advanced english from Cambridge University and competences aided design, 3D printing and basic programming. Luis has experience in tutoring, orienting students projects or laboratorial internships.

Raquel Navarro Cerveró

RedTree Making Projects

Raquel Navarro Cerveró is a social worker, an equality agent and has a Master Degree in Labour Risk Prevention, and she have worked with the association movements in Valencia for more than 15 years. Through her professional and associative career, Raquel has fulfilled responsibilities that have allowed her to develop a broad experience as Social Worker and Projects Technician, creating and managing associative and social economy projects to promote equality and social justice.

Ricardo Sixto Iglesias

RedTree Making Projects

Ricardo Sixto Iglesias was born in Valencia in 1967. He graduated in Geography and History from University of Valencia in 1990. Medievalist, specialized in archives, library science, and documentation. He has devoted a good part of his experience to public work in various institutions such as the city councils of Burjassot and Valencia, the Valencia Provincial Council, and the Spanish Congress of Deputies

Carlo Zoli


Electronic Engineer; CEO of Smallcodes Ltd. Founder of Smallcodes Ltd as a social and technological company focused on education and linguistic technologies, with a special interest in minority languages and cultures, dialectology studies and historical linguistics.

Silvia Randaccio


Silvia Randaccio has a degree in European and Extra-European languages, with a thesis in computational linguistics for the Arabic language. She currently follows numerous projects for the development of linguistic software, teaching materials, e-learning platforms and digital archives, for minority languages ​but also for other product sectors. She also manages digital marketing, SEO and web graphics.
She has also undertaken several external collaborations as a consultant, teacher and project partner for various entities that have allowed her to learn about new realities and work sectors.

Luca Pietra


Engineer and new member of SMALLCODES through ScarabLab. He is currently involved in deepening his knowledge of the various programming languages and supporting senior programmers in the implementation of software for health informatics.

Jivago Nunes

Somatica, Materials & Solutions

Jivago Nunes have a degree on Optoelectronics and Lasers, and a Master in Materials Engineering, and worked as a scientific researcher during 5 years. After that, he has been the CTO of the company Somatica, Materials and Solutions, Lda. for the last 10 years and, as an entrepreneur, he have created 5 companies during the last 7 years.

Panagiotis Karampelas

1st Epalgematiko Lykeio Kato Achaias

He works as a teacher in secondary technical education with specialization in computers and design implementation circuits and also the design and development of algorithmic structures. Now days is the Headmaster in VET Secondary School. He has 2 Masters, Ecomomics in Education and In School Managment.
Also, Manage and Organize Erasmus Plus Projects (KA1-KA2) and E-Twinning.

Dimitrios Fligkos

1st Epalgematiko Lykeio Kato Achaias

Dimitrios Fligkos has studied IT in Athens University of Economics. He started his teaching career at 1st Epagelmatiko Lykeio Kato Achaias in 2002. He teaches IT and technology. Since 2002 he has taken part in many national and EU projects. He is responsible to organise students and teachers mobilities as well for the projects documentation. He has worked a lot to integrate ECVET system in the mobilities. He is also responsible to organise training activities for foreign students in the area. He has a key role to apply the mobility charter for vet high quality standards in projects planning and implementation.

Anastasia Efopoulou

Ergastiriako kentro Kastorias

VET teacher with specialization in COMPUTER SCIENCE, and Master in INFORMATION SYSTEMS, she is responsible for the IT department and responsible-coordinator of Erasmus + in programs implemented by the Ε.Κ. Kastorias. She coordinated four Erasmus+ projects (KA1 mobility) and participated in Transnational Cooperation Activities in several European countries.

Juan Tormos Capilla

IES Enrique Tierno Galván

VET teacher by the specialty of Electrotechnical Facilities since 1991.Tiene the linguistic training in foreign languages. He has participated as coordinator in three transnational projects, as well as in national innovation projects, linguistic immersion by the University of Paris, in the promotion of curricular enrichment and attention to students. He has held the position of deputy director of the IES, Head of Department, coordinator / tutor of FCT and member of several School Councils.

Coordinator: IKASIA TECHNOLOGIES SL                

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 Chief editor: Luis Gómez Estrada, CEO Ikasia Technologies sl    


This project has been cofunded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

This publication is available in Open Access under the Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO (CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 IGO) license (http:/ creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/igo/). By using the content of this publication, the users accept to be bound by the terms of use of the ERASMUS PLUS GUIDE 2020 and also of IKASIA TECHNOLOGIES SL.

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