OBJECTIVES & BENEFICIARIES

OBJECTIVES

• Promote the training and labor, social and personal inclusion of VET students with obstacles.

• Train VET teachers and the technology companies themselves in all the processes and actions necessary to implement an effective, useful and capable virtual practice system.

• Promote the work of intersectoral associations between the technological business field and that of VET education.

• Provide VET centers with an innovative and virtual method that generalizes access to virtual internships to their students, giving them the opportunity to do internships in leading companies and adapt their training to the needs of a post-coronavirus reality.

• Develop the analytical skills and digital skills of VET students with obstacles.

• Promote the work of intersectoral associations between the technological business field and that of VET education.

• Develop high-quality intellectual products that train VET teachers and students at risk of exclusion to be able to carry out virtual work practices in technology companies.

All these objectives are in line with those stipulated by the European Reference Framework for Quality Assurance in Education and VET (EAQVET) and with the OECD recommendations expressed in the Education at a Glance 2020 Report, as well as those established by the Erasmus Plus Program to generate strategic partnerships that respond to the situation derived from COVID-19.

BENEFICIARIES

VET STUDENTS: The main beneficiaries of the Erasmus plus project VIRTUAL INTERNSHIPS IN TECH CENTERS are VET students at risk of exclusion, especially from disadvantaged areas of Spain, France and Greece.

This project will allow them to work side by side with great researchers, learn from them and develop skills, while at the same time reinforcing confidence in their possibilities.

VET TEACHERS: they will have the opportunity to improve their digital training and their ability to direct their teaching towards employability in the technology sector, one of the fastest growing sectors in recent years.

TECHNOLOGICAL COMPANIES: they will be beneficiaries of the intellectual results, which will allow them to improve and adapt work processes towards teleworking, as well as train their own workers.

VET CENTERS: the use of the results of the project will mean the possibility of improving the training and learning processes of its students, especially those with obstacles. In addition, it will facilitate the possibility of offering its students, despite COVID-19 and the lack of face-to-face work practices, greater opportunities to access a work experience that will be accredited.

Edited: 01/04/2021
Coordinator:
IKASIA TECHNOLOGIES SL
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Chief editor:
Luis Gómez Estrada, CEO Ikasia Technologies sl

 

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This web platform is a result of the project: VIRTUAL INTERNSHIPS IN TECH CENTERS: TRAINING VET STUDENTS WITH OBSTACLES INTO A INNOVATIVE DIGITAL METHODS OF REMOTE WORKING AND ELEARNING CREATED FROM COVID-19

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.

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