GIVE Vocational Excellence Governance for Inclusiveness

Cometa and EfVET

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Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVEs) offer specialist training and support for employers and learners in defined vocational areas and developing into an important component of EU vocational education and training policy. CoVEs networks reflect national and regional economic priorities and vary in their sector coverage. They aim to provide quality vocational skills, diffusion of innovation, support entrepreneurial activities and knowledge and innovation hubs for companies, while working with centres in other countries.
The VET sector needs a comprehensive initiative that plays a key role in supporting the implementation of the policy objectives, priorities and action to upskilling and reskilling the workforce by pooling efforts and setting up partnership supporting digital and green transitions.
GIVE project focused on the project’s scope: the possibility of joining VET excellence and inclusiveness as a crucial challenge for the future. The baseline for GIVE activities are the several inclusive VET excellence models that are already being implemented by a number of VET centers in Europe, which are addressing integral human development (that include professional, transversal and coping skills), as a more substantial VET excellence. Thus, GIVE aims to work on the specific capabilities of people and empower them through training, activities and support using management and leadership approaches so they are able to cope with the challenges of the XXI century.