Here you will find links to sites that will provide you with important information about ESL and VET. This place will be constantly updated with new information. Ensure to visit often.
To know more about VET in Europe, view the homepage of the European Center for the Development of Vocational training http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/
Dual Education and VET Training.
1. For orientational information regarding the Dual Educational and VET Training Systems and Programmes click the link below and find the homepage of the Federal Minstry of Education Germany
Further Information on Vocational Educationa dn Training
2. For further information on Vocational Education and Training, click below on the homepage of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, Europe (BIBB)
3. Grants for Actions and Activities in Education, Training, Youth, Sport
Click below on the homepage of Erasmus+ to find information on grants for a broad range of actions and activities in the fields of education, training, youth and sport.
To view a report on good practices in preventing ESL and examples of country specific good practices in Compensatory Education click on the following link
To Review a summary of causes of dropout for Roma students see:
UNICEF Organization Romania
PUM-Project Learning for young adults is a good practice of educational programmes developed in Slovenia for prevention of ESL and an EU awarded compensatory (second chance) programme. Click below to read about it on their website
Also copy and paste the url address below into your web browser for an elaborated PDF description.
Some programmes aim to build capacity of youth workers and youth organizations to use non-formal education methods that will help youth not fall from education, labour market and society. Click the link below for a brief review:
Reducing ESL, Key Messages and Policy support
To learn more about ESL, click below and find the European Commission’s Report.
Work-based learning ensures smooth transition between educational Levels and VET. To learn more about WBL, click on the European Commission’s Website
Language Skills for Nursing
The healthcare sector is currently offers promising career opportunities. Communication is key in healthcare. Prospective VET trainees will benefit from a curricular that incorporates strategies for communicating with clients. To view some online resources click below.