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Project under the Erasmus+ programme titled: Certified VET trainer in the construction sector (CertiVET - 2014-1-PL01-KA202-003624)is realized between 2014 and 2016 in the European consortium composed of 5 institutions engaged in the vocational education and training, development of the national qualification system and vocational competence for the labour market and directed towards building sector and in accordance to e-learning opportunities. Within the partnership, there are as well Polish institutions: Instytut Technologii Eksploatacji – Państwowy Instytut Badawczy – ITeE-PIB – Leader Partner, Konfederacja Budownictwa i Nieruchomości – KBiN, Związek Zawodowy “Budowlani” - ZZB), as Romanian (Uniwersytet Galatii) and French representatives (Comite de Concertation et de Coordination de l' Apprentissage du Batiment et des Travaux Publi - CSCCCA-BTP).
The result of the project includes an innovative educational e-package adjusted to the needs of different training forms, especially to nonformal and informal ways for improvement of VET trainers’ competencies. It's focused on VET trainers in the construction industry who are specialized in technology of interior drywall systems (TIDS). It allows to make self learning and improving skills easier in the workplace as well as enabling possible self-learning in convenient moment of time and will support the learners when performing vocational tasks. The project will be oriented to achieve the following main goals:
The partnership will research in all project countries how the validation of VET trainers of the construction sector is conducted. It will be a reference point for the description of the validation and certification model (according to the requirements for “Conformity assessment. General requirements for bodies operating certification of persons ”ISO/IEC 17024:2012), including national research studies on the subject.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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