22 Apr 2013
The kick-off meeting for the initiation of this new regional Cluster of Knowledge was successfully organized in February 2013 in Podgorica, Montenegro by the Montenegrin Vocational Education and Training Centre in cooperation with the Task Force Fostering and Building Human Capital (TFBHC) and Education Reform Initiative of South East Europe (ERI SEE). Read more
15 Mar 2013
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
MOBILITY PROGRAMME CALL FOR APPLICATION OPEN UNTIL APRIL 15TH
The Task Force Fostering and Building Human Capital of the Regional Cooperation Council will continue its Mobility Programme for Capacity Building in Regional Cooperation will be in June of 2013.
The programme is designed to foster human capacities within the respective Signatory Ministries responsible for education, science and research of the Istanbul Memorandum of Understanding in South Eastern Europe. Read more
13 Mar 2013
The meeting, hosted by the Regional Cooperation Council Secretariat, will summarize achievements in 2012 and discuss future perspectives of cooperation within the Education Reform Initiative of South Eastern Europe (ERI SEE). It will also provide update on the ongoing process of ratification of the host country agreement on the seat of the ERI SEE Secretariat in Belgrade. Read more
31 Jan 2013
The Kick-off meeting for the possible initiation of a regional Cluster of Knowledge on Teacher Training will take place on 22 February 2013 in Podgorica, Montenegro. The meeting will be hosted and organized by Montenegrin Centre for Vocational Education and Training in cooperation with the Task Force Fostering and Building Human Capital (TFBHC) and Education Reform Initiative of South East Europe (ERI SEE). Read more
26 Jan 2013
VET systems reform processes are still ongoing in all of the SEE countries. In order to support these processes it is important to identify main challenges, constraints, as well as good practice and opportunities, to support countries' evidence-based policy making, and to provide a valuable opportunity for SEE countries to review the efficiency and effectiveness of the current VET policies.