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16th - 17th September - 2nd translational meeting: Spain, Canary Islands. Guidelines, good practices and dissemination

Guidelines template

All participants found necessary to define the working lines of the project and make it more concrete in order to create a common framework in a template, also useful for the guest’s presentation in each meeting. A group will elaborate the template of shared indicators which will be forwarded to the partners. After a working session, a list of indicators was defined as a proposal to continue working on them.

Before the meeting in Gran Canaria, partners from Ireland, United Kingdom-Scotland, Romania and Croatia contributed some extra comments regarding the guidelines of the project.

It was agreed also that next to our goals set in the application we would try to work out follow up projects.

Dissemination

One of the main ways of dissemination of the development of the project W2L2W will be our website. After a brief discussion it was agreed how to organize it and its different sections.

Although English will be the main language, each country section will also have a native section. Some local, regional or national press could be added.

Good practices

Good practices were established as an interesting part of each meeting since these on location examples are found useful for development of the project. In this case, there was a visit to a vocational training school and a visit to an Educational Adult School.

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28 - 29 May 2015 - Meeting in Netherlands

August 2014 - Interim Highlights Way 2 Learn 2 Work

9th - 10th April 2015 - Meeting in Belgium

For the project W2L2W (Way to Learn to Work) 36 people from nine European countries were guest in...

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