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Ce projet est piloté par l’ANFA – Association Nationale pour la Formation Automobile, en France.

Lancé officiellement en juin 2021, IDiVET (Improving Digital Learning in VET) est un projet de partenariat financé par le programme européen Erasmus+. Le projet vise à soutenir l’adoption d’approches pédagogiques innovantes et l’utilisation du numérique dans l’enseignement et la formation professionnelle, et en particulier dans le secteur automobile. Le projet rassemble cinq partenaires européens (de France, Espagne, Finlande et Italie) pour mener à bien cette action.

Défi majeur pour les acteurs de la formation professionnelle partout en Europe, la crise sanitaire liée au Covid-19 a également été un véritable catalyseur accélérant l'introduction de nouvelles pratiques numériques et innovantes au sein des organismes de formation. Outre la SEPR et l’ANFA (France), trois autres partenaires européens travaillent à ce projet :

  • Scuola Centrale Formazione Associazione (Italie) – une organisation à but non lucratif soutenue par le Ministère du Travail qui regroupe 47 organisations gérant 106 centres de formation répartis dans tout le pays.
  • Consellería de cultura educación e universidade - Xunta de Galicia (Espagne) – le gouvernement régional de Galice, département Education et Formation, qui est notamment en charge de l'amélioration de l'employabilité des apprenants de la formation professionnelle.
  • Luovi Vocational College (Finlande) – plus grand établissement d'enseignement professionnel spécialisé en Finlande, il est réparti sur 20 sites et accueille chaque année en formation initiale 1800 apprenants ayant des besoins éducatifs spécifiques.

Pendant 18 mois, les partenaires du projet travailleront sur le développement des productions intellectuelles prévues, notamment lors de réunions en ligne et d’événements transnationaux. Les résultats seront ensuite testés sur les établissements participants et notamment sur leurs formateurs.

 

Call

2020 ERASMUS+ KA2 STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP IN RESPONSE OF THE COVID-19 SITUATION – Digital education readiness

Pilot

ANFA – Association Nationale pour la Formation Automobile (France)

Dates and Duration

June 2021 – November 2022 (18 months)

Context

The COVID-19 pandemic has added further urgency to the need to develop innovative digital practices in the area of education. This is particularly true for Vocational Education and Training (VET) and even more so regarding initial VET on European Qualification Framework (EQF) level 3 and 4. Due to a certain focus on manual skills, VET has been less “digital” than other areas of education.

As anti-COVID 19 measures and restrictions increased across the globe, VET providers had to come up with quick solutions to maintain teaching and training provision. In many cases, this involved the deployment of digital practices and tools they were not very familiar with - without paying much attention to underlying theoretical approaches.

Nonetheless, the pandemic has not only been perceived as a major challenge but also as opportunity. To some teachers, trainers and VET providers, the COVID19 crisis has acted as a catalyst accelerating the introduction of new digital practices which would have required much more time under normal circumstances. It has unlocked the creative and innovative potential of European VET teachers and trainers.

Objectives

So far, the COVID 19 experience and its impact on digital VET teaching practices has not been analysed in detail. The present project intends to support the uptake of innovative approaches and digital technologies in VET in a twofold manner.

  • Firstly, it will develop a grid to analyse digital VET practice developed since the outbreak of the pandemic and create a repository of concrete good practice examples from the area of automotive VET.
  • Secondly, the project will build on the insights from this analysis to provide general recommendations on the principles of quality digital VET and develop and test a transnational training course for teachers and trainers.

To do so, the project will expand on national and European projects and initiatives, such as SELFIE and DigCompEdu and build on the shared and complementary expertise of a consortium reflecting the variety of VET across Europe. Even though the main focus will be on pedagogical support to teachers and trainers facing the “Herculean task” of abruptly adopting digital and distance learning, the project will also highlight external factors facilitating the emergence of innovative digital approaches.

The project will support VET professionals in capitalising on their COVID-19 experience in developing further innovative practice. It will foster the innovative use of digital technologies and support VET providers in dealing with the “new normal” by developing suitable solutions to hybrid training. In doing so, the project intends to contribute to making responsive digital VET a crucial means for overcoming the economic and social aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis.

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