Twenty-two teachers from the schools involved in BlueSKILLS project met in Herceg Novi for the  first educational workshop aimed to create working groups leaded by VET System experts in the Adriatic area.

Blue SKILLS, coordinated by Informest, gives the opportunity to the representatives of schools and educational institutes of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Marche and Abruzzo Region to meet the counterparts from Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia Erzegovina and Croatia in order to create the precondition for the future Adriatic network of students mobility.

It is worthy to stress out that BlueSKILLS’ main objective is to capitalize the results of the previous project KEPASS, following the EUSAIR strategy, in order to foster the mutual exchange of knowledge and the creation of a common path for a grounded support to the students’ mobility in the Adriatic Ionian area.

Teachers work is fundamental for the production of a Feasibility study comprehensive of a comparative glossary, with fundamental words useful to harmonize the schools’ features to VET System rules and criteria, and also of guide lines for the mobility in order to enhance a common evaluation system, improve the quality of service for the students and a consequent  standardization of the services in the regions involved.

During the workshop days project partners and teacher participated to a study visit in the Maritime School of Kotor in order to interchange standards, methodologies and approaches. Till the end of November other study visits will take place in schools and vocational institutes involved in the project for a progressive and direct exchange among teachers, students and hosting centers according to Go&Learn e Go&Learnet strategies.

Website: http://www.blueskills.eu/



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