Проекты Leonardo da Vinci
Online Distance Learning Module
In European Union Basic Law
Justification of the project:
Countries have been using intensive efforts to increase their competition power in order to grab a larger share in the global market. Within this context, by the Lisbon Strategy, the EU has set the goal of becoming the most competitive economy of the world by the year 2010. As is one of the criteria set out by the Lisbon Strategy, the EU desires to “create more and better jobs; to invest in the individual, and with a greater social reconciliation, to become the most dynamic and competitive knowledge-based economy in the world capable of sustainable economic growth by integrating the internal market” in terms of “labour productivity” and competition power which are discussed under the heading “General Economic Background”. However, it is a fact also accepted by the European Commission that the goals set out by the resolutions rendered in the Lisbon Agenda could not have been accomplished in the past four years. For instance, the United States of America progresses twice faster then Europe in labour force productivity. EU´s goal of “ensuring labour productivity through investment in individuals and becoming a dynamic and competitive knowledge-based economy through social reconciliation and integration of the internal market”, which is one of the outstanding goals of the Lisbon Strategy, is the starting point of our project. Many researches conducted show that several European Union member countries fall short in pursuing the policies necessary to accomplish the goal of making Europe the most competitive economy of the world.
To increase the information level of target group.
To find solutions to the legal problems experienced by SMEs.
To increase the competition power of SMEs and The EU.
To contribute on-the-job-training activities.
To ensure a clear understanding of European Legislation.
To ensure that consumer protection is strengthened
Jurists, Law faculty or Law School students and graduates, SMEs experts, all occupation groups willing to taught about EU Law.
To improve the Skills and competences of people.
To improve the quality of, and access to, continuing vocational training”
Court of Justice Decision
Insufficiency of EU Expert Number
Distance Learning Module
Brochure / E-brochure
Turkish Law Institute – Turkey
Riga Chamber of Commerce – Latvia
Turiba University – Latvia
Kozminsky Law School – Poland
Albatros & Deltha Consulting S.L – Spain
Partnership project "Bridge between vocational and higher education (Validation and recognition of learning outcomes from vocational education to higher education) "
Project period: 10.2010.-07.2012.
Total amount of the project: 134 500 Euro
The goal of lifelong learning may often not be realistic to achieve for students of vocational education who want to carry on in higher education because it would take too long before they can enter the work market. At the same time the economy needs highly qualified staff that has work experiences as well as academic knowledge.
The aim of the project is to support validation and recognition of learning outcomes from vocational education to higher education. Therefore the project will share best practice models in this field, working out principles that support the validation and recognition of learning outcomes from vocational education to higher education. The participating partners will compile a summary with common principles for validation and recognition of learning outcomes from vocational education (VET) to higher education (HE). Each partner will formulate suggestions for the stakeholders in the participating countries in order to improve the regulations toward recognition of learning outcomes from VET to HE. The project results will be presented on national, international levels (public authorities, policy makers, VET, HE institutions). Beneficiaries of the project will be VET students (improved conditions for continuation in higher education and ultimately lifelong learning), VET and HE institutions (new means and ideas for improving cooperation between VET and HE and a better environment for validation and recognition of learning outcomes from vocational education to higher education) as well as regional, national companies, businesses, enterprises, employers (more qualified employees and reduced time used for reaching the needed qualification).
The main impact on the learners will be:
• increased mobility in participating countries, regions, schools of students from vocational education to higher education and further education nationally and internationally;
• raised motivation levels for VET students to move into higher education through easier access as well as functional validation and recognition systems of learning outcomes from VET to HE
• prevention of leaving the region for reasons of no availability of further professional education;
• prevention of leaving the educational system because of no existing system of validation and recognition of learning outcomes form VET to HE.
Tallinn University Haapsalu College, (Estonia, leading partner)
Klaipeda Business School (Lithuania)
Academy for Vocational Training (Germany)
Hellenic Physical Society (Greece)
Governorship of Mersin (Turkey)
Porvoo Commercial College (Finland)
School of Business Administration TURIBA, (Latvia)
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„Practical training in Spain for alumni of School of Business administration Turība”
Project period: 01.12.2010.- 01.10.2011.
Total amount of the project: 8184 Euro
One of the objectives of School of Business Administration Turība is the development of alumni support program and realization of different activities in this field. In most cases educational institutions provide a variety of support to their students, but for young people after graduation it is difficult to begin their career planning, especially during the current economic situation. Therefore with this project we plan to offer support to our alumni.
In frame of this project two alumni of Turība will participate in practical training in Spain, Valencia. Practical training will be organized by our cooperation partner AIP (Advisers for International Programs) Language school. AIP will provide language training and practice placement in tourism agency.
We will send to practical training two our alumni of Tourism and Hospitality management program – Linda Novika un Elīna Raga.
In Spain students will have 2 weeks of Spanish language training and intercultural preparation.
Our alumni will have practical training in tourism agency – they will get new skills about client management, marketing activities, practical work in tourism agency (reservation of hotels, flights, car renting aso), will assist in development of new tourism routs, development of new tourism products, searching of new cooperation partners.
International relations department