ICD-4TVET

ICD-4TVET

Interactive Curriculum Development for Technical Vocational Education and Training

Start: 01-09-2019 – End: 30-06-2022
Project Reference
: 2019-1-EL01-KA202-063019

SEIT Research Laboratory (Software Engineering and Internet Technologies Laboratory) of the Computer Science department of the University of Cyprus participates in the ICD-4TVET project, started in September 2019, with a duration of 34 months.

ICD-4TVET is funded through the Erasmus + KA202 – Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training Call 2019.

The ICD-4TVET project’s main objective is to develop an open innovation concept and an approach to optimize and accelerate the process of creating curricula in the technical VET sector. This practical contribution is expected to be achieved by suggesting an Interactive Methodology for VET Curricula development able to incorporate market trends/needs, and respond to them in a fairly limited amount of time. This will be implemented through a digital platform with the appropriate tools to modify the curricula automatically. The digital platform developed in the context of the project will enable the labour market actors to define their needs as they occur on the basis of ESCO, so the other stakeholders–ranging from national authorities to individual VET schools–can adapt swiftly to these needs with the creation of adequate, flexible curricula and training programs.

The consortium for this project is made up of six organizations that will ensure the quality of the project in all its phases.

The partnership includes the following organizations:
– INSTITOUTO EKPEDEFTIKIS POLITIKIS (Coordinator), Greece
– Fundacja Rozwoju Aktywnosci Miedzynarodowej i Edukacyjnej – FRAME, Poland
– PANEPISTIMIO AIGAIOU, Greece
– UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS, Cyprus
– PEMU MUANYAGIPARI ZARTKORUEN MUKODORESZVENYTARSA SAG, Hungary
– bit Schulungscenter GmbH, Austria

You can find more information in the Erasmus+ Website of the project:
https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/projects/eplus-project-details/#project/2019-1-EL01-KA202-063019

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