Developing curricular models of qualification vocational courses – sector I

Project:

Developing curricular models of qualification vocational courses – sector I (original project title: Opracowanie modelowych programów kwalifikacyjnych kursów zawodowych – obszar I)

Priority axis II: Effective public policies for the labor market, economy and education

he main objective of the project is to increase adults’ access to various forms of lifelong learning by developing 54 curricular models of qualification vocational courses, and 218 curricular models of vocational skill courses, from 01.01.2020 to 28.02.2021, with the active participation of the representatives of the socio-economic environment of sector I which includes the following industries:
1. Hairdressing and cosmetics industry
2. Fashion industry
3. Printing industry
4. Audiovisual industry
5. Economy and administration industry
6. Trade industry
7. Healthcare industry
8. Social security industry
9. Personal and property protection services industry

Project value/EU funding: 1 888 680,00 PLN

Realization time: 01.01.2020 – 30.11.2021
Beneficiaries:

• Eduexpert sp. z o.o., Toruń
• Lodz University of Technology
• Łukasiewicz Research Network – The Institute of Sustainable Technologies, Radom

“The project is co-financed by the European Union under the European Social Fund”
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