The main objective of the project is to create cutting-edge learning tools, provide top quality training courses and support, and develop a framework for next-generation skills in coastal tourism, to give young people the knowledge and skills they need to create innovative, eco-friendly, and sustainable tourism experiences that will bring life back to neglected and remote coastal communities and make the most of natural and cultural maritime heritage as a tourist attraction.
Rise in Quality
Rise in Quality focuses on supporting the development of new knowledge and competencies of youth workers and is contributing to quality and innovation in youth work. When thinking of youth work, promoting quality and innovation comes with recognising the support organisations need, to then establish programmes suitable for international volunteers.
With the project MiGROW, we want to raise awareness on a local and European level about the importance of mental health & self-efficacy services for young refugees.
This project aimed to enhance the overall quality and effectiveness of vocational mobilities in the VET sector. It focused on equipping teachers with the necessary skills, providing a comprehensive guide for accompanying persons, and fostering collaboration and knowledge sharing among project partners to ensure the inclusion of best practices. Ultimately, the project sought to create more meaningful and impactful vocational mobility experiences for students in the VET sector.
Europe for VET 2
Overall, the project's main objectives were to address skill shortages among mentors and tutors within companies who are responsible for overseeing and guiding trainees during their traineeship period, produce valuable outcomes for participating organizations, and foster an extended network of partners in the VET sector. By doing so, we aimed to enhance the quality of mentorship, support the professional development of mentors, and ultimately contribute to the overall success of traineeships in various industries.
The "Yes Club" project is an Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Capacity Building initiative coordinated by Solidarity Tracks that aims to foster youth social entrepreneurship and facilitate the exchange of ideas among participants from various countries.
Adopted in 2020, WBL2 was designed to address youth unemployment in Europe by building work-based learning environments and developing partnerships between vocational education and training providers. The project takes a holistic approach to boosting youth employability and promoting networking and cooperation across sectors.
Reinforced and upgraded youth group methodology on building healthy relationships (Re-GROUP) is a 22-month KA2 project funded by the Erasmus + program that focuses on the use of the Youth Group methodology, developed by the MARTA Center in Latvia.
Skilling Eco-VET is a 3-years project funded by the European Executive Agency for Education and Culture, whose activities are carried out by four European partners and five partners from the African continent. It is based on the dual objective of simultaneously improving the education system and making the transition to a greener economy.
The ambition of GreenVETAfrica (GVA) is to contribute to the twin transitions (green and digital) as part of the ambitious environmental objectives of the European Green Deal and the Europe-Africa strategic partnership.