Stronger Bonds Between the eTwinning and EPALE National Teams in Bosnia and Herzegovina

A working meeting of the Erasmus+ project teams of the Agency for Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary Education was held on 7 and 8 July 2021. The aim of the meeting was to plan joint activities, improve communication and interaction, as well as working relations, to facilitate the realization of the undertaken tasks.

For several years now, the Agency has been operating as a National support service (NSS) for members of the eTwinning and EPALE communities within the ERASMUS+ program, with a new level of cooperation in prospect enabled by a new European Commission initiative for VET schools and their teachers to join eTwinning community.

Through eTwinning platform, VET teachers can explore the possibilities of easier realization of the teaching process, follow trendy solutions for different profiles of VET schools, collaborate with VET teachers in Europe and beyond, and exchange ideas and teaching practices.

We wish our eTwinning community of schools in Europe and EPALE platform for adult education in Europe a long and successful cooperation in Bosnia and Herzegovina through interaction of ERASMUS+ project teams within the Agency.

For all interested VET schools and teachers from Bosnia and Herzegovina who want to work on personal and professional development and participate in lifelong learning through eTwinning platform our ERASMUS+ team is available at

                                 EPALE         eTwinning

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