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Work-based learning in the vehicle industry
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

CONTEXT/BACKGROUND OF PROJECT The vehicle industry-specific work-based learning is necessary for the learner’s acquisition of knowledge in the work-based learning. Knowledgeable mentors in companies are important to increase the quality of the work-based learning and to more effectively achieve learning outcomes. This project is inline with the European policies and objectives of EU2020 and ET2020. Focusing on work-based learning for increasing the quality in European VET. We all have something to learn from each others best practise in work-based learning. To exchange experiences and best practices, to find inspiration and see how key elements can be implemented efficiently and effectively to improve quality in work-based learning. OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT 1. Develop transnational criteria for the implementation of work-based learning. 2. To facilitate stakeholders to pull together so work-based learning can deliver more effective learning for the learners, which may increase the potential to achieve knowledge and skills objectives of employability. NUMBER AND PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS 8 key staff from the participating organisations 100 VET-staff from vehicle VET in Sweden, Germany and Scotland DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES This project will develop tools for work-based learning based on know-how and practices of the partner organisations in Sweden, Germany and Scotland. The planned activities for this project are 5 Transnational project meetings; 7 Intellectual outputs; Project management; Monitoring and Evaluation; Dissemination METHODOLOGY TO BE USED IN CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT European Quality Assurance Reference Framework (EQAVET) models four phases in the project work plan and in the design of the project activity in order to address quality and management issues in a sustainable way. The EQAVET model for vocational education and training is based on the 2009 recommendation of the European parliament and council. DESCRIPTION OF THE RESULTS AND IMPACT ENVISAGED The main result is 7 intellectual outputs aiming at improving work-based learning in the vehicle sector VET. Expected impacts on participating staff: Better understanding of work based learning possibilities; More realistic expectations of efforts and benefits; Higher skills to coordinate transnational work based learning; Understanding of Swedish, Scottish, German delivery of work based learning; Higher skills in fulfilment of supplying the work based learning Expected impacts on participating organisations: Added effectiveness in matching local/national company demands and VET supply of skills Expected impacts on VET-learners and -staff in SE, DE, UK: VET-learners will have more realistic expectations of efforts and benefits; foundation for VET-staff to updated skills through better know-how of the business needs of competence; improve cooperation between VET and world of work. Expected impacts on Social partners: increased know-how of work-based learning Expected impacts on Companies in SE, DE, UK: Companies will have added tool for understanding how to improve cooperation between VET and employers in learners training; develop skills in-company mentors and coaching of VET learners. THE POTENTIAL LONGER TERM BENEFITS The long-term objectives for this project is increased quality of work based learning, enabling increased knowledge and skills among students after completion of work-based learning. Through the project efforts contribute to make the work based learning more effective and by so contribute to students understanding and motivation for learning the trade.



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