Expert Perspectives on 21st Century Challenges for Vocational and Educational Mobility
At Jardin d’Hiverre, Bomencentrum Baarn, Netherlands, on 18 January, 2018
About 120 people from 12 different countries took part in this event.
Welcome and introduction
Workshop: 8 tematic topics using “Open Space” methodology
QUESTIONS: What actions can be taken to increase international internship of students and employees? What are the biggest challenges?
QUESTION: What is needed to develop passion and motivation to make students and employees more flexible and mobile in the future labour market?
QUESTION: What are the recommendations for new leadership to make mobility work in VET institutions and companies?
QUESTIONS: What is needed to make Validation, Recognition and Accumulation of student/employee mobility workable in Europe? How can we do that?
QUESTIONS: How can we make students and employees enthusiastic and ready to move. How do we create the space to develop personal mastership/passion in VET institutions and companies?
QUESTION: What is needed for dealing with uncertainty and development of social-entrepreneurship?
QUESTION: How do we reduce the ecological and cultural impact and how do we make mobility more sustainable?
QUESTION: In what ways can we use the internet in relation to mobility?
After the conference part, there were a farewell dinner for André Huigens, who will leave Wellantcollege for his retirement after 44 working years.
Taking advantage of the presence in the conference of the majority of YEBISU and LOASA projects partners, an interesting meeting between both was held, in which participants had the opportunity to share ideas and reflections about common interests: students’ skills get in their training periods.