Leonardo Da Vinci Programme, Community Vocational Training Action Programme

This project, co-financed by the European Commission, was addressed to young graduates (coming from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Ludwig Maximilians Universität of Munich, and Ca' Foscari University of Venice) that had the opportunity to participate in a stage (for a maximum of sixth months). A total of 81 students, coming from the three partner Universities, had access to this training opportunity.

 

Project financed by the Italian Ministry of Work devoted to experimenting innovative methodologies for continuous training destined to employ waged workers.
The project focused on supporting the growth of professional Knowledge communities, with specific attention to professional operators, activating 4 professional communities that found in the web the main tool of coordination and information exchange. The professional communities’ web site was a place of training, discussion, comparison for professionals already working in Italian SMEs.

The aim of this project was to explore the scenario of distance learning and methodologies at an international level, focusing its attention on the ways New Technologies are used in education.

The project developded a web site and created a library of web tools that were available to professors and students as an open source network.

Leonardo da Vinci - Community Vocational Training Action Programme

Financed by the European Union within the Community Leonardo da Vinci Programme and in cooperation with: CILI - Cambridge International Land Institute, RICS - The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Sdilab was a project aimed at developing an experimental web site planned as a discussion and collaborative space that will support research and didactics through the on line free access to contents realized by the SDILAB Community.

The project aimed at activating training that contributed to create a Vertical Italian Community of the artisan companies and of the SMEs operating in the textile sector.

The training activities wanted to improve the operators’ skills and to give new market opportunities to the companies involved in the project. The project created a web portal where companies shared services, methodologies, experiences, solutions in order to give a response to common problems.

The aim of the Master was to provide specific knowledge in the Human Resources Management of public and private organizations through a unique format that combines study tour, distance learning and face to face activities. The Master was an innovative master's degree program offered by Elea and Venice International University - TeDIS Center.

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