Lifelong learning programme     

To encourage virtual mobility to allow the Metal workers undergo sector changes, taking advantage of their knowledge acquired in previous trainings and jobs, as well as to allow workers move from low-qualified jobs to others with higher contents in the same sector, thus providing higher added value to their performance. —

Project title: MEVEL, Fostering the Virtual Mobility within the Metal Sector
Project No. 2013-1-ES1-LEO05-67974
Project coordinator: Federacion Vizcaina de Empresas del Metal (FVEM)
Contact person at VMU: A.Volungevičienė,
Project run: 23 moths (October, 2013 – September, 2015)
Total cost: 290 759 €

Project partner:

  • Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas, Lithuania
  • Berufsförderungsinstitut Steiermark, Austria
  • Confindustria Veneto SIAV Spa, Italy
  • POINT Proje Insaat Taahhut Muhendislik ve Ticaret Ltd.Sti. [POINT LLC], Turkey

MeVeL will adapt and transfer the methodology and tools of TeaCamp project (502102-LLP-1-2009-1-LT-ERASMUS-EVC) from the academic to the productive field, to design a Virtual mobility learning environment to facilitate development, management and implementation of virtual mobility in Metal workers and by improving their virtual mobility competences.


  Lifelong learning programme     evet_2edu

The main aim of the project is to adapt and transfer e-learning course for educators. As such it contributes to LDV general priorities aimed at supporting VET actors in learning and using their skills for enhancing quality and innovation in VET. The project addresses the needs for innovative pedagogies and methods for VET by equipping educators with an e-course that introduces collaborative social learning and learning outcomes- based design. Thus it will give VET institutions the ability to enhance teachers’ pedagogical skills combined with ICT innovative exploitation.

Project title: (e)VET2EDU – Supporting Vocational Teachers and Trainers in E-Learning
Project No. 2012-1-PL1-LEO05-27465
Project web page:
Project coordinator: Akademia Górniczo – Hutnicza im. St. Staszica w  Krakowie, Poland (;
Contact person at VDU: Estela Daukšienė,
Project run: 24 months (01/10/2012 ¬ – 30/09/2014)

Project partners:

  • Hrvatska akademska i istaživačka mreža – CARNet (Croatia)
  • RPIC-ViP (Czech Republic)
  • Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania)
  • Center RS za poklicno izobraževanje (Slovenia)
  • Universidad de Murcia, (Spain)
  • CESIE – Centro Studi ed Iniziative Europeo (Italy)
  • HiST Contract Research (Norway)
  • Obrtna technička škola (Croatia)
  • Support trainers and teachers from VET sector in implementation of dynamic, open and innovative methods by adapting and transferring validated e-learning course for vocational schools and training sector.
  • Offer course as open resource in 9 languages together with the facilitator’s detailed manual.
  • Adapting an e-learning course for educators in Poland to VET teachers and trainers learning needs and requirements in partner countries.
  • Increasing didactic and digital competences of VET trainers and teachers and raise awareness of online educational solutions based on innovative pedagogy.
  • Increasing the visibility and role of VET in regular education system and lifelong learning.
  • report on  the needs and requirements of VET educators towards e-learning, based on interviews with practitioners and best-practice descriptions;
  • open course environment based on Moodle where the courses in different language versions will be available (EN, PL, CR, SL, LT, IT, ES, NO, CZ);
  • open e-learning courses on “Design and facilitation of on-line courses” for trainers and educators in VET sector in 9 languages (EN, PL, CR, SL, LT, IT, ES, NO, CZ);
  • handbook for facilitators;
  • internal collaboration space: shared experience on selection and development of OS  collaboration environment;
  • workshop scenario and 2 workshops in each country delivered to VET sector; report from the piloting;
  • numerous presentations;


Lifelong learning programme revive_vet

REVIVE VET aims to review and revive VET practices applying innovative ICT integration methodologies and building online communities of VET professionals, who collaboratively work together, seeking to improve the quality, attractiveness and accessibility of VET services.

Project title Review and Revive VET Practices
Web pages

Curriculum revive:

Project number LLP-LDV-TOI-2011-LT-0087
Project coordinator Vytautas Magnus University, Innovative Studies Institute
Contact person Airina Volungevičienė,
Project run 01/10/2011 – 28/02/2014

Project partners:


LLL_0_0   Revive_logo

REVIVE project seeks to contribute to European cooperation in QA focusing on defining QA factors in VET services. More specifically, the project aims at methodology application to ensure quality of VET curriculum at institutional level.
The main goal of REVIVE project is to ensure the quality of VET services by reviewing and reviving existing VET Curriculum on the basis of innovative didactical and technological methodology.
Project title Reviewing and Reviving Existing VET Curriculum – project website
Project No. LLP-LdV-TOI-2008-LT-0022
EU funding 248.108 EUR
Contractor Vytautas Magnus University Distance Study Centre (since 2012 Innovative Studies Institute)
Contact person Airina Volungeviciene (
Duration September, 2008 – November, 2010


Specific objectives of the project are:
  • to select VET Curriculum which does not meet quality criteria and is not functioning properly. Initial planning and analysis of curriculum will be based on quality criteria indicated by EQAF. This will ensure that European objectives for the improvement of the VET-systems are reflected in the goals and objectives which are to set up in the planning phase of a quality system within the project: at institutional, regional and national levels.
  • To present pedagogical and technological recommendations for curriculum pedagogical and technological improvement and revival to re-develop Curriculum for distance learning. Identification of two innovative solutions for adaptation and implementation in project countries and sectors (adult education and VET, including adult education, SME and private sector, as well as social innovation centre targets) fully agrees with CQAF action steps. Selected methodologies will not prescribe one principle, but will allow project actors to develop their own solutions, to improve and evaluate their own practices, on the basis of common principles and criteria.
  • To update, improve and revive curriculum and to test its applicability. As a result of curriculum evaluation, to present recommendations for further improvement and QA.
  • To present successful cases and highlight methodological input by spreading curriculum cases Europe wide, emphasizing quality influencing factors and quality criteria listed in an online success story publication. Methodological recommendations transferred into the project will be enriched by specific experience of curriculum authors and designers, as well as by end-users’ feedback collected during the project. Therefore, QA procedure will be enriched by REVIVE project experience and will contribute to national and international quality discussions and actions.