VET4FUTURE, 294 VET practitioners from all over Europe


In occasion of the European Vocational Skills Week 2020, the partners of the ENNE Project organized the online conference “VET4FUTURE”, hosting more than 290 VET professionals  from all over Europe!

Scheduled for Monday 9 November 2020 with all project partners, the conference has been attended by a significant number of participants who represented their countries and shared their own experiences in the field of VET in Europe.

The event has started with a Keynote speech by Mr. Luca PIROZZI, Policy Officer for VET, Apprenticeships and adult learning – Erasmus+ Programme at European Commission, who highlighted the relevance of promoting social inclusion through the Erasmus+ programme and sharing the best practices in VET to encourage schools, teachers and students to get involved in mobility experiences. Among the new features of the next Erasmus+ programme we will have a greener initiative, integration of funds for the exploitation and follow-up on successful projects and a stronger collaboration with non-European countries.

During the Conference, Mr. Altheo Valentini, Project coordinator at the European Grants International Academy, presented the ENNE Project and all its international training activities for the enhancement of VET.

Mrs. Sabine Roehrig-Mahhou, Managing Director at Wisamar Educational Institute, introduced the structure and contents of the upcoming “ENNE MOOC”, a free Massive Open Online Course that will take place from 16 November to 18 December 2020. The course will last 20 hours and it will be a great opportunity for all those who want to improve their knowledge and competence in the field of “Quality of mobility projects in VET”.

During the second session of the conference, participants have been invited to join five breakout rooms hosting different thematic workshops. Click on each single room here below to discover related news and good practices shared during the session and all available resources:

The conference has continued with a round table to present the priorities identified in the thematic breakout rooms.

Thanks to all the participants! Stay tuned!