Pla(i)n VET Newsletter

Project Number: 2021-1-DE02-KA220-VET-000032996
Project Duration: 01.02.2022 – 31.05.2024
Pla(i)n VET is an Erasmus+ funded “Strategic Partnership for Cooperation in VET Training” project that aims to support young learners with special needs in the transition period between school and the entry to labour market. Pla(i)nVET relies on the fact that overcoming language barriers is essential for an inclusive strategy in VET.  
After the last transnational partner meeting in Austria in winter 2023, the partners continued their final works on the project distant from each other. Online meetings were held to coordinate the next steps and we are looking forward to presentation the consortium’s hard work of the last months and years.
 The project is slowly coming to an end, and we are approaching the period of multiplying our project results: Within so called multiplier events the partner organizations invite local stakeholders, interested people and representatives of the target group to review the project results, to exchange on the project’s topic and to build sustainable networks. We are proud to share the following results publicly and free of cost:Result no. 1: A guidebook providing guidance for career options for young people within the transition from school to the labor market. The guide is written in plain language and addresses topics such as identifying strengths and weaknesses, understanding the Vocational Education and Training System and how to apply for a job. The content of this first result is available in English and in Spanish, Greek, German and Swedish on the following webpage: Result no. 2: A video series of short videos with inclusive companies and their trainees with special needs sharing good practice examples. The videos are filmed in the partner’s native language, but subtitles are available for all in English, Spanish, Greek, German and Swedish. The videos can be found on the following playlist on Youtube:  Stay tuned to find out more about our project! 
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