Context and objectives INNOVET
While economic globalization continues to put in tension territorial economic and social balance, many local actors are looking for tools and innovative ways to improve the adequacy between training offers and skills needs.
What is at stake is how to enable workers to adapt to the changes of the local production system, while at the same time promoting competitiveness of small and very small businesses that make up the main part of the territorial economy.
The purpose of the project is to contribute to the socio-professional integration of young people in rural areas and, in extension, to that of adults who live or want to live in rural areas, with priority attention to island and ultra-peripheral territories as well as to the eastern part of Europe, which in our view faces major challenges.
Acquisition of relevant and high level qualifications and skills:
The main objective of this project is to research how to evolve the training devices so that they allow the acquisition of relevant and high-level skills and competences. We emphasize the cross-cutting skills that decision makers need to better engage in territorial approaches.
Specific priority VET: “Developing VET partnerships with businesses, promoting learning in all forms …”:
One of the ways explored through this project is the cooperation between the various actors of a territorial system including the companies that make up the economic system of the territory with which it will be possible to develop training courses using alternance.
Final productions: Guide to develop territorial cooperation for education and vocational training in rural areas
This document “Initiating Territorial Cooperation for Education and Vocational Training in Rural Areas” is the culmination of a European project entitled Inno’VET.
Implemented under Erasmus +, Inno’VET was born from the shared desire of partner organizations to help train young people and adults who live or want to live in rural areas and to contribute to the attractiveness and development of rural areas.
Territories continue to face the effects of economic globalization. At the same time, they are changing as a result of social, digital and environmental mutations, which often turn out to be new opportunities. The challenge is to enable all assets to meet the demand for skills of the local productive system, but also to develop new skills that can promote the transformation and competitiveness of businesses. In this new context, the challenge for education and vocational training systems is to become more relevant and more agile.