Informing companies of Kaunas about apprenticeships

On the 22nd of March, Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry…

Baltic WBL Tutor Trainers’ Workshop in Riga

On 19 and 20 February 2019, Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian lead trainers gathered in Riga to share their experiences from tandem trainings for WBL tutors from companies and VET schools after completing the project field trial phase.

Project presentation at Central Asia Education Platform - Webinar on Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Vocational Education and Training

On January 25, Ilze Buligina from the Latvian Ministry of Education and Science presented the innovative approach developed in TTT4WBL during the Webinar on Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Vocational Education and Training at a webinar organized by the Central Asia Education Platform.

Employment under an apprenticeship contract - benefits for Lithuanian employers

„Apprenticeship is the most appropriate way to find the suitable employee. It compensates for 40 percent the monthly salary of the apprentice, he is committed to work for 6 months”, said Ligita Valalyte, head of Lithuanian Employment Service, who visited the TTT4WBL partner Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts on January 25th, 2019.

Estonia - TTT4WBL shows the need for greater involvement of company tutors in vocational training

So far, 16 tutor trainings have been held in various vocational schools in Estonia, with a total of 208 participants - trainee supervisors from companies and vocational schools.

TTT4WBL project presented to Latvian VET principals

The Ministry of Education and Science, Latvia (MoES), has started…

Seminar on innovation in VET

How to stimulate young people's interest in VET, the role of…

Project TTT4WBL helps to develop new VET law for implementing apprenticeship in Lithuania

Project partner Aušra Misonė from the Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts forms part of the working group elaborating a new VET law on apprenticeship.

Research paper on implications for training the trainers in Work-based Learning – the Baltic context

A research paper on tutor training in WBL was written by project partners Ilze Buligina and Leena Kaikkonen and presented at an international scientific conference "New Challenges of Economic and Business Development – 2018: Productivity and Economic Growth" in Riga, May 10-12.