VET R&D Team meets in Athens to discuss the development of Vocational Education through Virtual Reality

During March 3-4 representatives of all partners of the VET R&D Erasmus+ Project held their third TPM in Athens, Greece. The Meeting was organized and hosted by EUROTraining Educational Organization in the organization’s offices. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting was hybrid: some partners took part in person, while others participated online.

The meeting agenda focused on progress made regarding the project’s two Intellectual Outputs of the Project: the introduction and implementation of the e-book on vocational education students, and the evaluation of the second intellectual output scenarios. Additionally, the partners exchanged their opinions about the dissemination of the project’s actions. Meeting in person was a great opportunity to discuss the specificities of implementation, and to brainstorm on the mitigation of challenges. The partners succeeded in planning the next steps of the project, as well as the organization of the next meetings and multiplier events.

KDNE was represented by Murat ÇAKIR, the Director, Selçuk KATIRCIOĞL, Vice director responsible for Strategy Development Services and Deniz ÇİÇEK, Contact Person. Dr Ebubekir KAYA and Dr. Ceren BAŞTEMUR KAYA attended the meeting on behalf of CEKA Software R&D Limited. Alberto POSTIGO represented IPF International Consulting. Georgia MARCHIONNI and Roberto GRIMALDI represented EGInA. The final in-person participants were Olympia DRIVA and Violetta KOUTSOGIANNOPOULOU on behalf of EUROTraining Educational Organization. As for online participants, these were Matthew CADDEN-HYDE, on behalf of Dudley College of Technology, Joanna RUDAWSKA on behalf of Kielce Technology Park, and Neringa LENCİAUSKAİTE and Vaiva DAUGVILAITE from Kauno Vocational High School.