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In-Di is an Eramus+ KA2 project aimed to work, from different perspectives, on how to support students´ wellbeing in vocational schools in order to keep them engaged and motivated with learning.

This week, the project partners led by Vysocina Education (Czech Republic), have met in Riga to exchange good practices in activities implemented with secondary and vocational education students in order to improve well-being in schools, following the results of a previous survey carried out with almost 1000 students from France, Czech Republic, Italy, Germany, Latvia and Basque Country.

In the case of HETEL, the school involved in the project is Colegio Ángeles Custodios, in Bilbao, which shared an activity part of their 3 hours self-esteem workshop. The rest of the partners presented also their good practices on topics such as creative problem solving and trust building.

In September we will meet in Germany for a study visit in 2 schools belonging to the network EUGES-Köln.

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The partners from Italy, Denmark, France, Serbia and the Basque Country held a meeting of the Erasmus+ VIMOinVET project in Paris with the aim of advancing the online platform that will allow the collection of good practices and successful experiences in the online acquisition of international skills.

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These days we´ve met in Glasgow (Scotland) to celebrate our 8th Network of Networks (NoN) annual meeting, the first in person after the pandemic and the end of our KA3 project ( Despite the “B word” and the challenge that it represents to keep our strategic plan in place without external funding, the great amount of international coordinators, teachers and other staff from VET colleges in our 5 networks present in Glasgow, the fact that our Scottish partners, City of Glasgow College and New College Lanarkshire, are this year hosts and the results presented by the different thematic working groups about their work until now and their future plans, are the definite proof that our willingness for cooperation in greater than some adverse external circumstances and the commitment and engagement of the colleges towards NoN is strong enough to keep and deepen our work together.

Each of the working groups (innovation, internationalisation, sustainability, entrepreneurship and work based learning) had the opportunity to work together during the event and share their results with the Steering Committee and the other working groups. In the next months, they will keep going and the SC will monitor the results regularly.

Next chance to meet in person again in the framework of NoN will be during the next annual meeting, to be hosted this time in The Netherlands from the 6th to the 8th of November, counting this time also with the presence of our VET leaders.


The partners of the Erasmus+ Growing Green project from Italy, Denmark, Slovenia and the Basque Country (HETEL and Salesianos Urnieta) have held the second "Transnational Project Meeting" in Giulianova, Italy. During the meeting, the rules of the first deliverables of the project were established, which will seek to work on the circular economy in entrepreneurship projects that are generated in Vocational Training, as well as highlight the importance of the new green economy. It should be noted that the materials generated will follow the concepts of gamification, in order to be more efficient and effective in the acquisition of skills by the students.

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