In these extraordinary times that we have gone through due to coronavirus pandemic , VET Centers in Turkey produce the products needed in the fight against pandemic and offer them to the service of healthcare professionals and the society. VET centers that show great effort in this process of
The fifth edition of the European Vocational Skills Week will take place from 09 to 13 November 2020. Еuropean Vocational Skills Week is an annual event when various persons and organizations showcase their achievements in the field of vocational education and training (VET). European Vocational Skills Week is a
The project “Reconstruction of existing buildings into energy ones” of Sofia High School of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy “Hristo Botev”, funded by Erasmus + Program, Key activity 1 “Educational mobility for citizens”, sector “VET” is nominated for the VET Excellence Awards 2020. Within the project, aimed at adapting
On 15.10.2020 was held an International Project Meeting under the project 2019-1-BG01-KA202-062584 “Transforming VET in Construction – Innovative Materials for Building and Energy Efficiency” (BEE-VET), funded by Erasmus + Program, Key Action 2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices in the vocational education and training. Due
The main aim of the BEEVET Digital Toolkit is to support VET students/trainees with a comprehensive digital training tool on new and innovative materials and technologies used in the construction sector. The toolkit includes an Introduction to energy efficiency and training materials in the following 11 topics: Topic 1.
Are you familiar with the main principles and ideas of vocational education and training (VET)? Put yourself to the European comissions’ test, created specifically for European Vocational Skills Week 2020. After completing the test you will receive a summary of the result, as well as you’ll find interesting and
The construction sector plays an important role in the European economy as it generates almost 10% of GDP and provides approx. 20 million jobs (see COM/2012/0433 final). In the same time Cedefop’s 2016 Skills Forecast suggests that employment in construction will grow during 2015-2025, Member States will need to replace