“Online VET τάξεις” online Toolkit
During the first Intellectual Output the consortium will develop an Online Toolkit for VET teachers. The toolkit will consist of an online collection of tools and learning resources that VET teachers and trainers can employ to support the digital transformation of VET courses. The toolkit will contribute to the effective continuation of the teaching and social activities even in the light of a lock down and will reassure that the students will not be deprived of qualitative education, even from distance. In addition, the toolkit will provide valuable resources and tools for blended learning, that can be used in parallel with face-to-face teaching to maximize the learning outcomes even after the pandemic. The toolkit will be available through an online platform.During the development of IO1:
- 60 VET teachers and trainers will attend webinars for “Online VET classrooms”
- 50 VET teachers and trainers and 250 students will participate in the “Online VET classrooms” and will develop their digital skills and competences.
We R Open e-learning Course for Administrative / Support and Back Office Staff
During the second intellectual output the consortium will develop an e-learning course for the administrative/ support and back office staff of VET institutions. The course will cover the digital skills gaps and will allow VET institutions to continue their operation, during strict mobility measures and ensure the continuation of offering their support services to students, employers and community. The e-learning course will cover the need for organising services like communication with students, parents, Career days etc., using digital technologies. During the development of IO2, the partners will design and deliver an online service that will serve as a Proof of Concept application. The Proof of Concept applications will involve 36 staff members of the partnership’s organisations and will be used as test-beds for the development of the e-learning course. Later on, the course will be delivered to 60 VET staff outside the partnership.