The project involves five partners working together to strengthen the potential of VET providers to implement vocational international traineeships under Erasmus + (2021-2027).
The partnership will achieve this by developing and implementing new learning agreement programs for four professions; as well as development of recommendations and good practices in the field of inclusion of students with disability into international vocational mobility projects under the Erasmus+ programme.
First Transnational Meeting - Poland - June 2023
On June 27-29, 2023, a study visit was held as part of the Go for VET in Erasmus+ project. The visit was prepared by the Zespół Szkół Ponadpodstawowych No 1 in Krotoszyn and Centrum Dobre Kadry. Project Partners from Cyprus, Finland and Greece took part in the visit. During the visit, there were discussions on the content of a model internship programme and a guide on accessibility for people with a disability. Guests had the opportunity to take part in meetings with vocational teachers and employers employing people with disability. They also participated in training on the characteristics of various types of disability. On the last day of the visit, the meeting took place in Krotoszyn, at the headquarters of ZSP 1, where, the group met the teaching staff and students of the various fields of study.
Second transnational Meeting - Larnaka - October 2023
Larnaka Tourism Board hosted the partners of the ‘Go4Vet’ project of the Erasmus+ programme during the first week of October for the second transnational face-to-face meeting.
The meet involved various site visits with experts at hotels and educational institutions to learn about the culture of internships within the tourism industry - with an emphasis on vocational internships for persons with a disability.
Discussions were also held regarding the employment prospects for persons with a disability as part of desk research that will contribute to the creation of best practise learning agreements for VET mobilities within four sectors (tourism and hospitality, photography and multimedia, logistics and veterinary).
During the meeting the next steps for the Learning Agreements were outlined, and the website for the project was presented, among other presentations and allocation of tasks.