The Eurspace Project aims to contribute towards the development of a European skills and qualifications area through the development of a methodological framework, tools and a European Digital Platform to provide support in the recognition and certification processes of the achievements acquired abroad by Learners in Vocational Education and Training, during their participation in European mobility programmes.
The second transnational meeting of the EURspace Project was held in Didim, Turkey, from the 19th to 20th of May 2016.
In Turkey, the Project Partners discussed the methodological approach to adopt in order to implement a Pilot Project which aims to identify the common learning outcomes within the technical component of the Hotel and Restaurant Management Courses, among the countries of the partnership.
Each partner organization presented the curriculum of the Hotel and Restaurant Management Courses offered by the School, the respective Professional Profiles and Career Opportunities. The training levels to involve in the Pilot Project were also identified, by reference to the European Qualifications Framework.
The EURspace Project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, KA 2 (Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training). The Partnership is composed by 8 organizations of 7 European countries:
Escola Profissional do Alto Lima, C.I.P.R.L. – Portugal (coordinator);
Vilnius Tourism and Commerce School – Lithuania;
Colegiul Tehnic Gheorghe Cartianu – Romania;
Heziketa Teknikoko Elkartea – Spain;
Zeynep Mehmet Dönmez Mesleki ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi – Turkey;
Sustainable Develoment Management Institute – France;
Associazone CNOS FAP Regione Umbria – Italy;
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