SIS-SME Newsletter - December

Our SIS-SME project offers a strategic innovation training programme for business owners and managers to support a progressive recovery from the impact of Covid-19. Are you interested to know what we have been up to lately? Read the project’s latest newsletter and find out more!


OTA - Newsletter 3

Το έργο OTA βρίσκεται σε μια από τις πιο σημαντικές φάσεις ανάπτυξής του, με τη ψηφιακή του εργαλειοθήκη να υλοποιείται σύντομα. Διαβάστε περισσότερα στο ενημερωτικό δελτίο του έργου.


Basic pillars of digitalization

Promote Digital Literacy and Tech Skills

Digital literacy is an essential life skill which should be taught in all areas of education but teaching tech skills can be complicated in traditional online training environments. Thus, the initial aim of digitalization is to spread awareness regarding the importance and impact that digital knowledge and skills have on the society and economy, and then to help the educators to become competent in using technical equipment as well as becoming technologically literate in order to educate the learners (i.e., VET learners).


The VETENTRE Project reaches its fruition

After a fantastic two-year journey that engaged more than two hundred European practitioners in VET education, the consortium of the VETENTRE project is proud to launch not only policy recommendations and a toolkit with strategies for VET educators and VET education providers but also an innovative fully self-learning platform.


VETENTRE - e-Learning platform for developing the entrepreneurial competences of VET trainers

The VETENTRE project consortium has developed an e-learning platform with a fully self-paced gamified e-learning course to develop the entrepreneurial competences of VET trainers. Through online training modules, the platform focuses on developing the entrepreneurial competences of VET trainers, adult educators and trainers and supports them to design programmes and activities that promote entrepreneurial thinking based on the EntreComp framework.


e-Protect – 6 th Newsletter

The e-Protect project consortium held a meeting on April 1, 2022. Apart from having incredible energy and positivity, the consortium met to give a brief update on the tasks that have been already done and planned for the upcoming period in the project. So, at the moment partners are working on the revision of the e-Protect Train-the-Trainer Toolkit, carried out by five adult educators from each partner country.


e-protect Newsletter 9

Are you working with the elderly and would like to help them safely use the internet and keep up with the digitalisation of the different services? We have now launched our e learning platform, where you can register, browse, and find all you need to about internet safety, online commerce, e-payments and data protection.


RELIEF – Kick off meeting in Kalamata

Farming in EU is essential to livelihoods and local development, while facing many challenges such as limited resources and growing environmental challenges. Bio-economy is a solution towards this problem. For a successful bio-economy strategy in farming, further support is needed for the workforce, more knowledge about the impact and business models of bio-economy, raising more awareness and involvement of a wider range of actors.


OTA - Newsletter 2

During the last months, partners of the OTA project have been working on two of the most important results on which they will base the 100 school activities they are now developing; a report on the teaching and learning needs of science teachers and students and a learning methodology. Next step is a rich toolkit of 100 school activities combining science with art! Find out more here in the latest newsletter.

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