Results of the project work – online-modules
The online modules are completed and can be fully exploited now. The version is available in German.
You can download the online modules from the website and integrate them into you own moodle system.
Virtual cooperation between theory and practice in the VET of health care and social care sector
Partners of VET and further training institutions in health care and social care sector cooperate on the issue of virtual cooperation between theory and practice. The aim is to find out, whether the use of e-learning platforms and online training can improve the cooperation between the two fields of learning, in school/university and working world. The project results are a number of online modules for practical training and internship.
The project is funded for two years with support by the European Union “Lifelong Learning Program” (01.08.2012 to 31.07.2014).
- ibs e.V. Institut für Berufs- und Sozialpädagogik in Bremen/ Germany (Coordinator)
- BFI OÖ Berufsförderungsinstitut Oberösterreich in Linz (Salzkammergut)/ Austria
- Robert-Kümmert-Akademie in Würzburg/ Germany
- Súkromná pedagogická a sociálna akademia EBG in Brezno/ Slovakia
In transnational cooperation the partners update and improve their knowledge, competences and skills for the use of e-leaning platforms and online training particularly in the practical training and internship.
In the project participate people in charge, teachers, practical trainers from training companies and students from VET and further training courses. The approachistrialogically organized. All partners are experts in their field.These different points of view increase the chance of implementation of the project results.
The mobility activities of the partner are organized as workshops in the partner countries. The partner exchange experiences, develop and test online-modules.During the term the partner use the project platform http://vicovet.hier-online-lernen.de for discussion and documentation.
VICOVET aims to contribute to the innovation in the European education system and the cooperation in the European Union in general.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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