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VET – European centre for the developement of Vocational training – 2020

Vocational education and training (VET) not only meets the needs of the economy but also provides learners with important skills for personal development and active citizenship.

2020-11-16
101 000 euro
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Institution CEDEFOP
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Regions European Union
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Belgium


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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives:
*Streamlining the European cooperation processes and the use of the common
instruments;
*Modernising VET systems to equally support young people and adults, the unemployed, match the changing world of work and skills and embrace digital and green transitions;
*Reconfirming the central role of VET in the lifelong learning continuum withmore transparency and permeability of learning pathways and more cooperation among education and training sectors and levels;
*High quality VET offers, including apprenticeships and work-based learning

Priorities:
*Priority 1: Reporting on national VET systems and VET-related policy developments;  
*Priority 2: Raising the visibility of VET and disseminating information on VET and related issues.

Among the financed actions:
*Report on VET policy and how VET-related objectives are achieved in their country, in line with the priorities set out in the Council Recommendations on VET, the updated European Skills Agenda and the Osnabrück Declaration ;
*Provide up-to-date information on VET systems;
*Providing thematic and other support to complement information on VET systems and/or respond to current information needs; and
*Conduct outreach activities, including maintenance and updating of a national ReferNet site.

Additional information
* This is an open call for proposals
* Initial term of the share: up to 3 years

* Eligibility :
– Be a public or private body, with legal status and legal personality (individuals, i.e. private persons, are not eligible) ;
– Have their registered office in the country where the grant is applied, i.e. Belgium.

Financement

* Grant amount: 33 625 euro

* Co-financing rate: up to 70% of the total eligible costs

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