The Italian National Network is one of the 5 VET National Networks have joined by ENNE. The European Project is focused on VET – Vocal Education and Training – in Europe. It aims to improve VET quality and attractiveness, with a specific focus on mobility opportunities.
The 12 schools that helped create this network are located in different areas of Italy (north, centre and south), they are High Vocational Schools specialized in different sectors ranging from industrial mechanics, to tourism, graphics, communication and hotel industry.
Many schools are also currently involved in European Projects including mobility or other similar experiences at both national and international level.
Part of the mission of the ENNE Project is to expand its network in each country involved in the project, namely: Italy, Portugal, Belgium, Bulgaria and Portugal. The 12 schools that are already involved in the Italian network can benefit from a dedicated webpage with contact information, a short description and a focus on their current activities and projects.
The Italian schools involved are from different regions of Italy. They have different backgrounds and characteristics, but they share the same mission: promoting VET and all its opportunities for students and teachers.
Find out more about the schools:
- Institute “Ciuffelli-Einaudi”, from Todi
- Economic and Technical Institue “F. Scarpellini”, from Foligno
- IPSSAT “Rocco Chinnici”, Nicolosi
- Vocational School “Giovanni Penna”, from Asti
- S.I.S. “Alfonso Casanova”, from Naples
- VET High School “E. Orfini”, from Foligno
- Istituto Omnicomprensivo “R. Laporta”, from Fabro
- O Giano dell’Umbria, from Bastardo
- Istituto Omincomprensivo “D. Alighieri”, from Nocera Umbra
- Istituto Omincomprensivo “Salvatorelli-Moneta”, from Marsciano
- High School Specializing in Scientific subjets “E.Majorana”, from San Giovanni La Punta
- O. Pestalozzi, from Catania
Being part of a European project means expanding the vision to an international level, by creating a new sustainable cooperation in the VET system, increasing the number of mobility opportunities and better prepare learners to enter the job market