Dewolab

The concept of technology in workshops and laboratories of the institutions will change in a positive way and they will find opportunities to renew themselves. This project will also help the establishment of an institutional culture. Their popularity in their region will increase.
By seeing the good examples in situ in Europe, the staff will have the opportunity to renew themselves, gain more experience in their professions and see different implementations and applications. Since the students who are trained in these institutions will be educated in accordance with high technology, their opportunity of finding a job will increase and they won't have difficulty in using new technology at work. The directors will be encouraged to renew their labs and workshops. By seeing the good examples in situ in Europe, the staff will have the opportunity to renew themselves, gain more experience in their professions and see different implementations and applications. Since the students who are trained in these institutions will be educated in accordance with high technology, their opportunity of finding a job will increase and they won't have difficulty in using new technology at work. The directors will be encouraged to renew their labs and workshops.

While carrying out SWOT analysis, a survey will be applied on students. The results of the survey will be evaluated together with students. The results will be announced on the internet platform by students. The students will update the web site.
The student inquiry system will reveal the fact that our students are prone to and accustomed to the devices they are using in working life. Common learning platform will make it possible for the students in the partner institutions to have education under equal conditions.

Where you live in Europe can strongly influence your education and prospects in life, according to a new European Commission report. The report, entitled 'Mind the Gap'  education inequality across EU regions', highlights significant disparities in education opportunities and results across - and within - Member States and looked at the North South divide


The project surveys were designed to explore the Western European states and Eastern European states to explore any barriers that may exist.


"All European citizens should benefit from high quality education and training - irrespective of where they live. It is time to deliver on the commitments which have been made. Tackling geographic inequality in education is a pre-requisite for balanced regional development and social cohesion. The European Structural Funds can and should be used to help address inequalities,"
Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth.

As VET leans towards vocation attainment the project looked more towards basic/vocation/ work based training and training for employment rather than training towards higher education. However, research concluded that only 16% of learning was based at level 1 (key skills), which contradicts the EU trend of numeracy and literacy; 59% work-based and 26% supervisory/ management.
The skills challenges faced across Europe are rather long-standing in nature.

The notion that a significant minority of young people leave mainstream education without the skills and qualifications to compete in the labour market is not a new one. Yet it is a policy concern that is amplified by the economic crisis, which has disproportionately affected young people (especially low-skilled).
Competences are defined here as a combination of knowledge, skills and attitudes appropriate to the context. Key competences are those which all individuals need for personal fulfilment and development, active citizenship, social inclusion and employment.

 

 

 

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