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Euroform RFS is a leader in the design of new teaching methods, innovative pedagogical tools and in the digital transformation in education.

Over the years, it has carried out numerous research projects:

Talent 4

Talent 4 is an innovative project that uses playing and creativity to bring out the natural skills and talents of the people who participate. It is meant to be a guiding tool to help young people enter or re-enter the job market, cultivating vocations, interests and attitudes. Originally developed in the context of the UK criminal justice system, the project is now present in Bulgaria, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, Romania and Spain.

(http://www.talent4.org/index.aspx).

The intervention is co-funded under the Community Lifelong Learning Programme.

Best VET

New competences for VET professionals to shift to using learning outcomes contracts and online Learning Management Systems. The Best VET project led to the implementation of a practical guide for the transfer of quality development systems from the highest education sectors to the European VET centres and staff, enhancing the sharing of best practices in processes of mentoring, learning contract and learning management

(http://bestvet.eu/).

The intervention is co-funded under the Community Lifelong Learning Programme.

STET Slow Tourism and E-Tourism : prepare for change for the close future

The project intends to develop the European Community of Slow Tourism through the design and implementation of a web platform within which it is possible to participate in a Forum and follow remote-training courses for operators and practitioners of slow tourism. The courses are conducted in cooperation with the Universities of Madeira and the Balearic Islands.(www.slowtourismaccademy.com)

The intervention is co-funded under the Erasmus+ KA community programme

WINE Promoting Wine Tours Destinations Through Contemporary Media Platforms

Winetrips.eu aims to develop a new and exciting way to learn and share information about wine tourism destinations. This is intended to do so through the development of a web platform, including a part dedicated to promotion of the territories and a part dedicated to e-learning training.
(https://www.winetrips.eu/en/)

The intervention is co-funded under the Erasmus+ KA community programme

DIGIFARMER Developing Farmers' Digital Skills

DIGIFARMER is a project that aims at improving the digital skills and capacities of people working in agricultural regions.(https://www.facebook.com/pg/digifarmereu/ about/?ref=page_internal, http://www.digifarmer.net/) 

The intervention is co-funded under the Erasmus+ KA community programme

ETT – NEXUS Empowering Teachers with Technology

Nexus is an innovative platform for English language teachers; the primary purpose is to establish an online connection between students and teachers, facilitating communication, evaluation and monitoring of learning processes. The platform will be launched shortly starting from the existing and already widespread worldwide XEROPAN mobile app.  
(https://xeropan.com/)

The intervention is co-funded under the Erasmus+ KA community programme

European Partnership for Social Inclusion and Creation of Skills for Women Entrepreneurship E-learning

The “European Partnership for Social Inclusion and Creation of Skills for Women Entrepreneurship E-learning” project aims to develop tools to facilitate the actions of female entrepreneurship.

The impact of the project will be expressed mainly in two directions: on the one hand, the creation of Self-Development Tools, on the other hand, the development of a platform and a forum for sharing knowledge, good practices and exchange of ideas to support the female entrepreneurship.(https://www.facebook.com/groups/2425505601051175/)

The intervention is co-funded under the Erasmus+ KA community programme

STRACOV Strategic cooperation in the field of elderly care vocational training focusing on involvment of social-economic actors

The STRACOV project supports innovation in the field of elderly care training in four European countries: Romania, Bulgaria, Italy and Spain. Several Intellectual Outputs are planned, including:

  • A common innovative training curriculum for the integration of professional standards in the four countries;
  • A pedagogical support tool (an e-book with an ISBN code that includes an accurate selection of case studies, examples, analysis and best practices)
  • An online platform that represents a collaborative space to allow sharing of content, webinars and information on new learning opportunities in social assistance in Europe.

The intervention is co-funded under the Erasmus+ KA community programme

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