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Call for proposals for VET-business partnerships on work-based learning and apprenticeships

The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) has announced a new call for proposals.

EACEA has announced a Call to invite the submission of proposals on VET-business partnerships to on work-based learning, with special attention to apprenticeships. The partnerships should contribute to the involvement of business and social partners in the design and delivery of VET and to ensure a strong work-based learning element in VET.

In its notice EACEA say: “The aim of the Call is to improve the quality of work-based learning and apprenticeships by promoting partnerships that involve companies, VET providers, and other relevant stakeholders to develop more relevant, systematic and sustainable approaches by transferring knowledge and by learning from well-established models and practices.

Proposals can be submitted online by 17 January 2017, 12:00 noon (Brussels time).

To learn more about the requirements, guidelines, e-forms and the notice itself, please click here.

Source: EACEA

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