MAC-Team

respect-R-fond-clairRESPECT is a 2-year project co-financed by the European Union Leonardo da Vinci program on Vocational Education and Training, started in October 2011. 
What RESPECT is about:
To develop innovative methodology and tools to help key actors drive change in the way purchasing practices in supply chains. 

 

Label Pro RH

Tertiary Education and Economical actors, primary Human ressources manager and recruitins agents, will need to have clear criterias and tools to evaluate level of qualifications, diplomas, at national, as well as at European levels. LABEL Pro RH was designed for support Human Resources Training Institute.

Using Professional Repositories collected from the field with FMRH (Fédération Méditerranéenne des Ressources Humaines) as key coordinator in coordination with local professional associations, the LABEL PRO RH was developed through European EQF/ECVET frameworks and tested in 5 countries (France, Portugal, Spain, Italy and Turkey) in 2011.

www.label-pro-rh.eu. See also the Label Pro RH key outcomes

oeno-mac

The oeno-MAC project aims at developing (design, development, test, validation, dissemination, promotion, guidance) innovative vocational training approaches, materials and tools to the integrated agro-food Sector "from the grape to the glass" based on the MAC environment. (Multi-Actor-Cooperation. involving all actors at all levels.)

q-PlaNet

Q-PlaNet, the Quality Placements Network is network of Quality Reference Centres (QRC) for student placements. QRCs are offices acting at regional level for checking placement quality and promoting the mobility of students in practical training. Q-PlaNet sets up concrete standards and structures for quality assurance in order to provide students, host organisations and universities a solid an secured basis for European wide comparable placements.

quality-agri

The current European socio-economic situation and Agricultural Policy requires skilled individuals to work efficiently and ecologically in the various fields of agriculture. It is also well documented that there is no common (European) vocational education and training (VET) approach and certification, at a non-university level, for farmers who are or intending to start agricultural business.

www.agro-net.eu see also the agro-MAC VET key outcomes