Movilidad para la innovación en la FP
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2017
HETEL - Heziketa Teknikoko Elkartea - is an Association of twenty one Vocational Training Centres which are present in all the regions of the Basque Country in Spain. It was set up in 1987. The 20 partners in the consortium belong to the association. HETEL aims to facilitate the exchange of experience, know-how and setting up and jointly participating in projects related to pedagogical innovation and quality, organization, technical and technological innovation. Transnational mobility along with the development of projects of technological and educational innovation is an integral part of schools and is outlined as much in their strategic and management plans. The commitment of HETEL to the internationalization of the associated centers is evident given that Internationalization is one of its six quality management processes. It has a team of 20 international coordinators, one per partner member in the consortium, who meet monthly to implement, coordinate and evaluate various European projects. This team is coordinated by the owner of the internationalization process.
HETEL is responsible for applying for, supervising, and collaborating with the overall mobility project but each of the partner institutions of the consortium assumes responsibility for the selection, monitoring, evaluation, dissemination and project certification . Cooperation is efficient and smooth thanks to the fact that the team of international coordinators meets monthly.
HETEL aims to enable:
- Students from the network in vocational training to carry out their compulsory internship in European companies.
- Staff from the various centers the possibility to establish cooperation and identify good practices in various areas through visits to other higher education institutions or companies in the program countries.
Staff mobility favors the creation of new teaching and learning scenarios and methodologies that enable professionals to meet and develop innovative teaching and learning methods to be implemented in the partner schools. Student mobility has a clear impact on improving their language skills and their transversal competences which promote employability. The joint participation of the centers in the mobility project increases the impact of the results as the acquired know-how and the improved personal competences and language skills of the participants can be shared among all participating institutions.
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