The Association of Vocational Training Centres FPEmpresa has participated in the last PLA (Peer Learning Activity) of the European project PRALINE (Promoting Adult Learning in Networks), held on 30 November and 1 December in Rotterdam (The Netherlands). An end of project organised by MBO Raad, the coordinating institution, which has collected all the previous work to present the results to the participants.
Three years after its inception, the Erasmus+ Key Action 3 in which FPEmpresa has participated has completed the face-to-face working sessions with the importance of digitisation and initiatives that pursue the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), among other topics.
During the sessions, the different speakers presented solutions and good practices in Dutch VET, such as the improvement or retraining of workers’ skills. Likewise, Andesh Harnam, director of the Zadkine Logistics College, explained the need to incorporate new technological trends in the development of professional skills, especially in Transport and Logistics training.
Other activities and farewell to the project
This last meeting has presented the different points of view of the participating organisations on the topics discussed during the previous sessions: establishing integration and learning strategies for immigrant students, promoting learning in the workplace and the incorporation of Artificial Intelligence and Automation in the digital skills of future professionals, among others. In this way, they have managed to establish some aspects to work on in each country, with the aim of transferring the policies to the EUproVET network.
At the end of the conference, the European partners analysed the results and recommendations of the project through the ‘PRALINE Survey Report’ and made a final evaluation of the last meeting as a conclusion of the European programme.
PRALINE has been presented as a project with the aim of strengthening and boosting European networks. By learning about good practices in Vocational Training, FPEmpresa continues its work with the internationalisation of the Association and its associated centres.