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Innovative Vocational Training Approaches in Social Economy Small and Micro Enterprises

The strategic aim of the project in the medium term is the improvement of the innovation potential of social economy organisations which is a key factor of success and important to survive in the globalised economy as well as to accomplish the European social model. TSESME focuses on the specific situation of organisations into third sector, greatly the small and medium enterprises of the social economy sector, where vocational training needs are investigated insufficiently and there is lack of resources for planning vocational training actions. TSESME aims to improve the vocational training system in social economy enterprises by providing innovative and adoptable tools for the assessment of training needs and guidelines for the implementation of vocational training programs particularly in micro organisations. Selected tools will be elaborated as web based assessment application and all tools, models and guidelines will be compiled in a compendium that will be available in printed form as well as on a web platform in all partner languages. Based on the models, training measures will be realised in all partner regions. The consortium is composed by 4 organisations (PT; AT; LV and TR), compiling the required expertise to fulfil TSESME objectives. MERIG, the Austrian partner, was the coordinator of the prior TRAINSME project, the project that is actually being transferred. In the short term all participating organisations as well as small and micro organisations of social economy, participating in the evaluation, assessment and pilot processes, will directly profit from the new tools and models for a better assessment of learning needs and will also have the opportunity to test new tools and training models. The participants in the project processes will raise their human capital and directly profit from the trainings provided in the pilot studies. In general the project will raise awareness about vocational training in small and micro enterprises and will introduce ways to innovation processes. In the medium and longer term the project will provide wider access to training for managers and employees in small and micro enterprises and will encourage educational partners to develop more individualised and needs oriented training programs. The project results shall be adopted and transferred to other regions and sectors and will contribute to human resource development in small and especially micro enterprises in general.



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