The following ecosystem map has been prepared within the framework of the DIMA project. This ecosystem map is a narrative visual map that illustrates all available resources, and stakeholders in each partner country.

The skunk works teams are in full swing in Cyprus, Ireland, Portugal and Romania. Skunk works were established following the identification of gaps and priorities in Vocational Education and Training (VET) by the multi-stakeholder knowledge partnerships (MSKP) in each country and the developed output is expected to support innovation in the sector.

The following ecosystem map has been prepared within the framework of the DIMA project. This ecosystem map is a narrative visual map that illustrates all available resources, and stakeholders in each partner country.

The Attract-VET ECVET Curriculum and Toolkit (O3) are now completed in English and the national translations are currently underway in Austria, Sweden, Latvia, Portugal, Cyprus and Greece.

The kick-off meeting of the STEER “Supporting the Transition from Education to Employment of youth at Risk” project was held on the 26th and 27th of September in Athens (Greece). The project is funded by the DG Education and Culture – Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Youth. The project involves six partners from six different countries: INNOVADE (coordinator, from Cyprus), Centre for Creative Development Danilo Dolci (Italy), Four Elements (Greece), Razvojni Center Srca Slovenije (Slovenia), Fundação da Juventude (Portugal), CATRO Bulgaria Eood (Bulgaria).

“Developing Innovative Didactics for Workplace Training – DIDO” project is a KA2 project - Cooperation for Innovation and the exchange of good practices – Strategic partnership, with the support of Erasmus+

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