The project EQAVET-4-INCLUSION addresses one of the main priority of the Erasmus program, namely Inclusion and Diversity in all fields of education. The project will promote social inclusion of people with fewer opportunities, including people with disabilities and people with a migrant background, as well as people living in rural and remote areas, people facing socio-economic difficulties.
Provide vocational schools with training curricula (KIT)
Methods for review and improvement of concrete actions for prevention of drop-out
Provide vocational schools with self-assessment tool based on EQAVET
The opportunity for VET schools to compare and exchange experiences and best practices with regards to inclusion and prevention of drop-out
Methods for evaluating strength and weaknesses in their present measures
Reach national stakeholders since all National Reference Points are members of EQAVET and promoting of “EQAVETin Practice"
Within the European Union, 5.6 million young people (18-24) in
Europe are drop-outs youth. Without the shield from unemployment, all these young people are at heightened risk of poor participation in the labour market and social exclusion over their entire life course. Exposing 13.5% of all young people in this age group to this increased risk is not only an immense waste of the individual potential of young people but also has serious social and economic consequences for our societies.
Report on the present status of inclusion and prevention of drop- out in VET.
Online digital tool for self-assessment of inclusiveness and drop- out prevention in VET schools.
EQAVET4INCLUSION training curricula for vocational school’s staff.
Report on validation of the assessment tool and training curriculum and materials.
Policy recommendation for prevention of drop-out in VET schools based on EQAVET.
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Project Agreement: 2021-1-SE01-KA220-VET-000033282