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During the second transnational meeting of the Erasmus+ project “People in Work Based Learning”, hosted by the Federation of Metalworking Companies from Biscay in Bilbao, we defined a model to transfer the ECVET technical framework to the implementation of work-based learning by VET schools and companies in Slovenia, Italy and Spain.

This week in Kranj (Slovenia), we are celebrating a training activity for teachers and companies in order to transfer this model and organise a pilot of it which will start in February and around 30 companies from the different countries will participate.

The model and tools we have created, as well as the results of the pilot experience will be available along 2020 in the project Website: http://people-in-wbl.com/

Sllovenia

On the 4th July HETEL FP was awarded with the Honor Plaque of the "Orden Civil Alfonso X el Sabio" by the Spanish Minister of Education and Vocational Education and Training.

The recognition was given by Ms Isabel Celaá, Spanish Minister of Education and Vocational Education and Training, who  stressed that "the education is the oil of our society, supporting the development of human beings, as an essential tool for equality and indeed the door for a growing economy."  Following these words, HETEL FP, has been recognized for their "efforts to improve the Basque Country VET system thanks to their excellence innovative projects which aims to improve the working opportunities of the younger generations and to match with the industry needs.

"The Orden Civil Alfonso X el Sabio means for HETEL new enhancement to their work to improve the VET system in the Basque Country" has said Julen Elgeta President of HETEL "HETEL is growing: with more centres, more services, but also within their passion and engagement towards the improvement of the VET system".  As Elgeta said this "award means a national recognition, and recognized their work as fundamental actors who are engaged with the training and working opportunities for the youngest".

Elgeta acknowledged HETEL team who are working really hard every day to open new working paths, of innovation and services to their network centers and for those youngest that are making VET as a real first choice. Concluding, he has greeted, as well, the Spanish Minister of Education and VET for supporting their work and engagement.

Premio FP alfonso x sabio

Mobiliteach Summer School is an Erasmus+ project aimed to create a summer school dedicated to mobility, dealing with the different aspects related to it: intercultural preparation, administrative management and work -based learning abroad.

During the first year of the project, the partners from Italy, Belgium, Slovenia, Germany, Portugal and Spain worked in the design of a programme and the development of the necessary materials to deliver a first pilot Mobiliteach Summer School, which took place in Bologna (Italy) between the 25th-29th of June 2018.

With the feedback from last year, this July we carried out the second MobiliTeach summer school in La Rochelle (France).

From HETEL´s side, 2 teachers attended the summer school in La Rochelle: Karmelo Usategi (Zulaibar Arratiako Lanbide Ikastegia) and Izaskun Arratibel (Egibide).

As one of the trainers taking part in the summer school, Tamara Rodríguez, coordinator of international projects in HETEL, highlights “the good spirit the participants showed, their motivation and their personal involvement in all the activities, sharing their own experiences and own ideas on how to use what has been learnt when they go back to their job”.

The programme, contents (and some funny pictures!) of the Mobiliteach Summer School in Bologna and La Rochelle can be consulted in the Website: https://mobiliteach.net/

MOBILITEACH

This week HETEL international has met in Pescara (Italy) with the EIDE partners, an Erasmus+ project which aims to reinforce entrepreneurial education of VET learners by focusing on the development of their emotional intelligence and their digital competences.

The meeting was focused on the assessment of the contents produced by the partners for an on-line course addressed to VET learners for self-learning and on setting the basis for a manual addressed to teachers and learners on how to use the course, as well as complementary activities to be carried out in class.

The course will be available in September in the project Website: http://www.eideproject.eu/

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