The following stakeholders will be involved at regional level and we expect that participants of training events who piloted some parts of outcomes and the ideas adopted will disseminate them and present in order to spread them and enhance impact on school professionals.
Vysočina Education - regional office Kraj Vysočina, associated partner, responsible body for all secondary schools in Kraj Vysočina. Kraj Vysočina will use information for further learning activities for school professionals. Vysočina Education will use outcomes for synergic projects funded from INTERREG CZ-Austria.
EU-Geschäftsstelle , Bezirksregierung Köln - umbrella Institution in North-Rhine Westphalia, The department for EU projects in the Cologne Government Regional Office /Germany belongs to the school supervisory division. The institution will disseminate information among school in its scope. The partner will use the network for dissemination and we expect that the ideas will be used by school professionals. The partner has possibility to spread information on a national level as it is an office founded by government.
Association CNOS-FAP - The Association CNOS-FAP Regione Piemonte, National Centre of Salesian Institutions - Vocational Training and Updating, is a non-profit organization Italian association founded 1978. Nowadays the institution runs also school centres. At national level it is member of the Federation CNOS-FAP present in 16 Italian Regions with 15 Regional Delegations. The partner will use the network for dissemination and we expect that the ideas will be used by school professionals. Salesian Institutions are in 133 Countries. At European level it is represented by the CNOS-FAP Federation that is member of the network of the Salesian Institutions– Don Bosco International.
INCIATIVA SOCIAL DE EUSKADI HETEL HEZIKETA TEKNIKOKO ELKARTEA DE DURANGO (BIZKAIA) - HETEL´s associated schools group up to 8.700 students and around 1.000 teachers in formal VET. Most of them also provide secondary education and some of them cover primary education too. The partner will use the network for dissemination and we expect that the ideas will be used by school professionals. Very often, teachers belonging to VET schools associated to HETEL and the members of the Board of Directors work in several regional, national and international projects coordinated by HETEL. Since 2001 HETEL is a member of EfVET (European Forum of Technical and Vocational Education and Training, www.efvet.org ). In 2015, HETEL was awarded with the silver A, a recognition from the Basque Foundation for Advanced Management and Competitiveness.
Latvian Adult Education Association Latvia together with the associated partner will disseminate outcomes among school professionals. Association will inform about outcomes to all institutions covered by the association. The partner will use the network for dissemination and we expect that the ideas will be used by school professionals. Latvian Adult Education Association is a member organization of European Adult Education Association and European Basic Skills network, as well as an active member of Nordic - Baltic adult education network. LAEA is a member of Latvian Platform of Development Education and Civic Aliance – Latvia. Latvian Adult Education Association is participating in developing National Development Plans and Strategies of adult education, represents non-governmental sector in Supervisory Board of European Structural and Cohesion Fund and in Adult Education Management Board. LAEA has network including adult education organizations of whole Latvia, experienced trainers, approbated programs, methodological and educational materials. LAEA will present outcomes while meetings of the mentioned activities.
Lycée Général et Technologique Irène et Frédéric Joliot-Curie is supervised by a regional body Rectorat of Reims, rectorats are responsible for following National curricula and school outcomes , Rectorats approve involvement in projects . The school was recommended by Rectorat in Reims and the Rectorat will be involved in dissemination and wishes to use project ideas for other secondary schools. The partner and rectorat will use the network for dissemination and we expect that the ideas will be used by school professionals. There is a network of publicly funded institutions – Rectorats and that is why ideas can be spread on national level.
Results and outputs can be transferred and exploited in other realities at local, national and European level as the IO1 and IO2 will be defined on the basis of the experience, expertise and practical knowledge of a diverse partnership representing the various aspects of policy making and school education.
Partners identified regional stakeholders –schools, educational centres, support organizations, institutional stakeholders and policy makers who will be involved in dissemination and valorisation activities to present project results and contribute to policy making decisions at secondary school level. All partners have possibility to disseminate and present outcomes on regional, national or European level.