work based learning

a continuous professional development for school staff

our work is passion and commitment

a collaborative elearning platform

What is eWBLearning?

eWBLearning is a 30-month project (October 2018-March 2021) funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme. The partnership is composed of Associazione Nazionale Presidi (coordinator – Italy), Associazione Euphoria (Italy), Fetico (Spain), Institute of entrepreneurship development (Greece), Provincial Education in Flanders (Belgium), the Bulgarian Development Agency (Bulgaria) and the Cork Institute of Technology (Ireland).

The aim of the project is to develop an e-learning to support teachers, trainers, mentors involved in organizing work-based learning activities at school.
The objective is to allow schools all over Europe to become more “independent” in building quality WBL programmes, have access to an open-source model, follow the training paths created and enjoying the online collaborative platform.

The e-learning plaform

This website will host an e-learning platform to be promoted all over Europe, able to settle the minimum training requirements necessary for teachers, headmasters, trainers and mentors in both school and work-based settings in view of their continuous professional development.
The training model will provide also activities and lessons in order to help schools to create stable relationship between schools and companies, to facilitate the entrepreneurial mindset of teachers, promote the students’ job orientation, develop their soft skills and facilitate transitions between education/training and the labour market.
The e-learning will be composed of one introduction on the state of play of the work-based learning in Europe and in each involved country, and 5 modules (1 – Opportunities in the productivity system; 2 – Main processes of business work and entrepreneurial mindset; 3 – Job security and safety; 4- Techniques of tutoring, coaching, mentoring of individuals and groups; 5 – Soft skills for teachers to observe and reveal skills of students).

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