The consortium mobilizes eight organisations from five different countries (Portugal, France, Spain, Malta and United Kingdom): One National Authority (ANQEP – the applicant and project coordinator), one business association, two organisations related to industrial clusters from the Blue Economy, two organizations specialised in training, project management, networking, partnership and EU politics, one public employment agency and one university.Know more -
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The increase in adult participation in CVET is an issue of maximum relevance to the goals set by the Europe 2020 Strategy. However, difficulties in mobilizing the social partners and businesses for CVET and training in the workplace are a common problem to several European countries.
The aim of the International Benchmarking on CVET – 4 European Regions is to deeply focus on the issues of CVET (Continuing Vocational Education and Training) that have been highlighted both in the Bruges Communiqué and in the latest Eurydice's report on adult education. Particularly, the Project will propose policy solutions for the promotion of adults’ participation in continuing education, especially those with less access to training offers. This will be achieved through cooperation and partnership between public authorities and CVET stakeholders from different countries and regions of the EU. The Blue Economy – for its special importance in the partnering countries – has been chosen as the scope of application of the Project, with a special focus on the shipbuilding sector.
Industrial Spanish cluster that covers hundreds of companies and other types of organizations related to the development of the Blue Economy. Responsible for the production of strategic information, human resources and training are at the centre of their activity; active participation and the definition of training needs for the competitiveness of businesses.Website
Business Association that represents shipbuilding and ship repair companies. Its mission includes the skills development of the human resources and the delivery of continuing vocational education and training.Website
Specialising in the establishment of effective partnerships and networking at EU level, the association has relevant experience with regard to the planning and implementation of events and is in charge of an important project related to the Blue Economy.Website
BPN is an industrial French cluster that carries the economic vitality of more than 110 companies working in three sectors of excellence: Naval, Marine Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas offshore. It entails expertise and experience of marine environment as the guarantee of success for the realisations, the projects and the programs in NAVAL, OIL & GAS and EMR sectors.Website
Public employment agency dedicated to economic development that represents a territorial project concerning employment and training constructed and shared between government representatives, the French Job Centre and local territorial authorities.Website
Specialises in training, research and project management and has a strong experience in EU projects submitted under different programmes. Furthermore, Paragon has conducted training needs analysis for legal, ICT and heritage and cultural sectors in Malta.Website
National Authority responsible for the implementation of policies regarding the education and vocational training. The team intervenes on the diagnosis, production and comparability of qualifications (National Qualifications Catalogue).Website
Research centre that is a key provider of Marine Technology expertise in the UK and beyond, in an institutional frame that combines expertise in sea-based activities and maximizes opportunities in education, research, and innovation and knowledge exchange.Website
The consortium mobilizes eight organisations from five different countries (Portugal, France, Spain, Malta and United Kingdom): One National Authority (ANQEP – the applicant and project coordinator), one business association, two organisations related to industrial clusters from the Blue Economy, two organizations specialised in training, project management, networking, partnership and EU politics, one public employment agency and one university.
In order to deliver sector-specific skills solutions, the New Skills Agenda for Europe has launched the Blueprint for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills. The Blueprint is a new framework for strategic cooperation between key stakeholders (e.g. businesses, trade unions, research, education and training institutions, public authorities) in a given economic sector. It will stimulate investment and encourage the strategic use of EU and national funding opportunities. The aim is to develop concrete actions to satisfy short and medium term skills needs to support the overall sectoral strategy.
The Blueprint can only bring results if it is driven and owned by sector stakeholders. In this respect, the full involvement of social partners is very important. The Blueprint has been and will continue to be discussed in an open exchange with interested parties, including in the context of sectoral social dialogue committees.
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