About the project

The Eduwork.Net project aims at building networks and partnerships of Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers and the world of work, at regional, national and European level.




It builds capacity at grass roots level for the effective implementation of national and European policies for work-based learning, apprenticeships and supports VET providers to organise VET students’ mobilities abroad.

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Turing-scheme
One of Eduwork.Net’s aims to build networks and partnerships of VET providers and employers at regional, national and European level. Through these networks and partnerships the purpose of the project is to build capacity, at a grass roots level, so that there can be more effective […]
Work-based Learning (Photo by Mimi Thian)
The dual training paths represent an excellent WBL best-practice and a rich catalog of specific experiences. Five crucial factors for the success of a WBL program have been highlighted:
Work-based learning (WBL)
If first-level apprenticeship can be considered as the most important opportunity for young people to enter the labour market, its success and diffusion is also due to the experimentation of apprenticeship in vocational education and training courses under the "dual system".

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