Developing an Efficient Locally Managed Model of Vocational Education and Training
- Priority and Measure
Measure 1.4 – Institutional Cooperation
Priority 1 – Economic, social and institutional cooperation
- EUSAIR Pillars
- Type of Project
- Jovan Likja
- Interviewee role
- Project Manager
- Regional Council of Durres
- Project website
- website expired
- Budget in euros
|Role||Name||City||Country||Contact Person||Email/ website|
|Lead Partner||RCD||Durres||Albania||Jovan Likjafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 1||COOSS Marche||Ancona||Italy||Ilir Qoseemail@example.com|
|Partner 2||Regione Marche||Ancona||Italy||Marina Maurizifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 3||Belgrade Chamber of Commerce||Belgrade||Serbia||Barbara Stanišićemail@example.com|
|Partner 4||MSC Onlus||Sarajevo||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Kenan Drkicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
The Regional Council of Durres, in association with other local and national organizations and public bodies from Italy, Serbia and BiH as partners agreed to undertake an innovative initiative for reforming of the regional VET system focused on post secondary VET. The project helped to reform VET introducing the post-secondary VET model locally managed and exchanging good experiences between the Adriatic Region countries. Experts of the Regional Labour Departments, students enrolled in post secondary VET and their teachers, local businesses, Public Institutions.
What has been done during the project in order to achieve its main goal(s)?
The DELMVET Project supported local economic and social development, increasing employment opportunities especially for youth, transferring more responsibilities to local government authorities and promoting participation of social partners. The above issues were realized through the establishment of efficient institutional cooperation between public institutions in different countries of the Adriatic Region. By establishing an active and sustainable Regional VET Network as a forum for exchange of experience and good practices; Harmonization of VET system with local labour market needs; and establishing a post-secondary VET pilot model integrated within the VET system locally managed, the DELMVET Project contributed in strengthening sustainable economic and social development capabilities of the Region through promotion of innovative services to the public, through exchange of technical and governmental competence and the spread of best practice between local government authorities.
Which are the project main results/impacts?
An active Adriatic Region VET network was established; an interactive web-page for the Adriatic Region VET network was created so as to allow the exchange of information between partners.
A study was finalized to analyze Labor Market needs; a feasibility study on the locally managed VET system was prepared.
Guidelines for curricula preparation and teachers’ training were prepared and disseminated; models of post secondary VET system were disseminated; model of social partners participation were developed and disseminated.
The Adriatic Region Conference on post-secondary VET was organized.