Consortium Project for Educational Mobility in VET:
A study studio for the Spanish experience of the benefits of dual learning and practice in a real foreign language working environment.
The project includes learning mobility for 12 teachers from the Knyaz Simeon Tarnovski Technical University of Stara Zagora, who had a working visit to professional Spanish schools, employment centers and business incubators in Zaragoza and Barcelona. The project also includes the conduct of work practice for 45 students from different commercial high schools in Bulgaria, who have a 3-week internship at Spanish companies in Zaragoza, Spain.
Mobility participants were selected after approval of the project against pre-defined selection criteria.
The project has made it possible to ensure transparency and recognition of new knowledge and skills in the area of marketing and marketing, as a European standard, as a prerequisite for increased competitiveness and adaptability of learners to the labor market.
As a result of the implementation of the project activities, a continuous improvement of the basic professional skills of the participants was achieved, stimulated the acquisition of conscious European self-esteem, active citizenship, as well as the better absorption of the profession in the target groups of students.
In addition, the project stimulated the acquisition of a European vision on teaching methods, the development of policies on dual learning in Bulgaria and contributed to enhancing the capacity and attractiveness of educational institutions by encouraging the full interest in vocational education.
The implementation of the project also encouraged the exchange of good practices and experience in the field of VET and dual learning and aims to achieve transfer of skills in this field to Bulgaria.
Through the implementation of the project, cooperation has been carried out at an international level, which has led to the launch of new partnerships and ideas for future projects, as well as the involvement of local authorities and business partners in future similar initiatives.
01.10.2017 – 30.09.2019
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