The project aimed at building a representational platform for European VET providers. EUproVet offers members the opportunity to add a strong international dimension to their education in order to meet the demands of the labour market for international orientated entrepreneurs and employees.
NB: the project resulted in the establishment of the EUproVET organisation, a representational platform for European VET providers.
Association of Colleges (AoC)-The Association of Colleges (AoC) is a not-for-profit membership organisation set up in 1996 by colleges to act as their collective voice. Today, AoC represents and promotes the interests of... Read more
Association of Training Providers (KJY)-The Finnish Association for the Development of Vocational Education and Training AMKE is an esteemed partner and pioneer in developing and renewing education and training. It gathers Finnish providers of... Read more
Irish Vocational Education Association (IVEA)-The IVEA is recognised in statute (Vocational Education Amendment Act 2001) as a “body consisting of vocational education committees and recognised by the Minister for the purposes of this Act”.
Following are some of the experts involved in the project:
Hans Daale-Hans Daale is general manager of LEIDO, an independent network in the Netherlands, involved in lifelong learning. One of the most important tasks of LEIDO is to organise national and... Read more
Nick Davy-Nick Davy was Higher Education Policy Officer at the Association of Colleges, United Kingdom, a partner in EUproVET, the European Network of National VET Associations.
Stefan Delplace-Stefan Delplace became the Secretary General of EURASHE in 2004, a position he occupied until 2014. He represented in the Bologna Follow-Up Group and several of its working and coordination... Read more
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