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DEVAPPRENT
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Leonardo da Vinci Transfer project:  “DEVAPPRENT”, No. DE/ 10/LLP-LdV/TOI/147320.

Project coordinator: Institut  für Technik und Bildung Universität Bremen

Project partners: Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania), BETA Céreq Alsace Université de Strasbourg, ESC Toulouse Business School (France), Talentis BV (Netherlands),Unity Plus (UK).

Aim of the project: referring to the experience of apprenticeship in Germany, France, the UK and the Netherlands to prepare the guidelines for the implementation and development of effective apprenticeship practices in Lithuania.

Project duration: 2010 - 2012

Project website:  http://www.devapprent.eu/

Development of apprenticeship training system, Lithuania

We invite you to participate in the EU Lifelong Learning Programme, Transfer of Innovation Project "Development of Lithuanian apprenticeship training scheme in accordance with Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands experience (DEVAPPRENT)" Workshop "Apprenticeship Guidelines for development in Lithuania and perspectives." The seminar will be held in 24-04-2012 DANIELA Hotel in Kaunas, A.Mickeviciaus str. 28

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We invite you to participate in the EU Lifelong Learning Programme, Transfer of Innovation Project Nr. DE/10/LLP-LdV/TOI/147320 (DEVAPPRENT) final seminar (conference) "Apprenticeship development Guidelines for Lithuania." The seminar will be held in 03-10-2012 KAUNAS HOTEL in Kaunas, Laisves av. 79.

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Apprenticeship guidelines

3rd of October was held EU Lifelong Learning Programme, Transfer of Innovation Project’s "Development of Lithuanian apprenticeship training scheme in accordance with Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands experience (DEVAPPRENT)" Nr. DE/10/LLP-LdV/TOI/147320   final seminar with stakeholders  "Apprenticeship Guidelines for development in Lithuania." In this seminar were participating nearly 100 persons from companies, VET schools, training centers, governmental institutions.