ETTE – EUROPEAN TRAINERS’ TRAINING FOR EXCELLENCE
ETTE (European Trainers’ Training for Excellence) is an Erasmus+ project aimed at enhancing structural synergies and cooperation among VET centres of excellence with a view to fostering the local dimension of quality along with the continuous professional development of teachers and trainers. ETTE project pursues the exchange of good practices among European VET providers which are recognised as Centres of Excellence (VCEs).
The project aims to do so by consolidating and enlarging the VCEs network with new organisations to consolidate and spread its model along with the VET quality and excellence principles all over Europe.
KA2 – Cooperation and Innovation for the Exchange of Good Practices
KA202 – Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training
METHODOLOGY & JOINT STAFF TRAINING EVENTS
ETTE combines the trainers’ training with transnational mobility with a view to promoting a systematic approach to quality improvement. Its implementation will bring together VET trainers, experts and practitioners representing different local versions of excellence in order to provide them with the opportunity to share best practices and learn from each other while testing training circuits. Within the project’s context, four joint staff training circuits are implemented with the aim of testing the quality and effectiveness of VET excellence centres across Europe, promoting the exchange of good practices, fostering transnational networking and creating a breeding ground for improvement and further development on the way for a European label for excellence.
• JST1: March 2019, Belgium
• JST2: June 2019, France
• JST3: January 2020, Italy
• JST4: July 2021, Belgium
THE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
1. Promoting the continuous professional development of people working in VET through the participation to piloting training aimed to discover the VCEs and to test the efficiency and the quality of their training circuits
2. Promoting the exchange of good practices between partners to exploit synergies and foster transnational partnerships
3. Consolidating and enlarging the VCEs network including new organisations, training centres and circuits