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Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union 

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

Brindging innovation and learning in VET

The UNEVOC annual event was organized and hosted by Omnia and also MCAST and Cometa took part as relevant practitioners. In particular, a migration-focused presentation by the Omnia Skills Centre for Migrants (OSKE) emphasized the need for stakeholder cooperation and demonstrated how BILT could be aligned with global and regional TVET agendas and initiatives. The session highlighted that TVET for immigrants must be learner-centred, with personalized, readily accessible study paths that respect and recognize existing skills. Paolo Nardi from Cometa presented the work-based learning approach with migrants underlining the relevance of the ecosystemic approach. All these practices are core material for the GIVE best practices collection.

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