Our projects


Connected Through Mobility, Introduction of the VET mobility systems to the Balkan countries

Second pilot VET mobility scheme for the Western Balkans

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Én Kint Egyesület a Békéért és Fejlődésért, Én Kint Egyesület MeOut Association – Hungary

The Centre for Vocational Education – Montenegro Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Srpska – Bosnia and Herzegovina
Muravidéki Magyar Önkormányzati Nemzeti Közösség – Slovenia
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Vojvodina – Republic of Serbia
Kosova Education Center – Kosovo
Tirana Vocational College – Albania
Tirana Esthetics and Style School – Albania
Zespoł Szkół Ponadpodstawowych n. 2 – Poland
Kika Mobility Training Center – Greece

Associated members:

Szolnoki Szakképzési Centrum – Hungary
StartITup Egyesulet – Hungary
University of New York, Tirana – Albania
Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Győr-Moson-Sopron County – Hungary
Changemakers – Albania



A comprehensive E-learning platform

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Project website link:

MeOut Group (Applicant) – Hungary – https://meout.org/
EDUNET EUROPE – Slovakia – https://eduneteurope.sk/en/home/
Instytut Inicjatyw Partnerskich na rzecz Innowacji – Poland – http://www.innplus.org.pl/
Stredná odborná Škola agrotechnických a gastronomických služieb – Agrártechnikai és Gasztronómiai Szolgáltatási Szakközépiskola – Slovakia – https://sospribenik.edupage.org/
Stredná odborná škola informačných technológií, Ostrovského – Slovakia – https://www.ostrovskeho.sk/
Zespol Szkol im. Wladyslawa Stanislawa Reymonta w Malaszewiczach – Poland – https://www.malaszewicze.com/
Kiskunhalasi Szakképzési Centrum – Hungary – https://kiskunhalasiszc.hu/
Global Startup Awards – Denmark – https://www.globalstartupawards.com/

Project summary:

The project aims to address the gap in understanding and application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Vocational Education and Training (VET). It recognizes that while the younger generation may be digital natives, they are often unfamiliar with cutting-edge technologies like AI. 

Key aspects of the project include:

  • Understanding AI: The project acknowledges that AI will soon replace simple repetitive mental and physical work, leading to a complete change in the employment system and occupational patterns of traditional society. This has significant implications for vocational education as many jobs may be replaced by AI.
  • Digital Transformation: The project recognizes the growing popularity of digitized vocational education. However, it also acknowledges that most schools are unaware of basic AI terms and its application areas. The project aims to innovate teaching methods and concepts to help students better understand AI.
  • Innovative Teaching Methods: The project aims to introduce innovative teaching methods in vocational education to adapt to the fast-changing technological environment. It seeks to raise awareness about cutting-edge technologies that will shape vocational education.
  • E-Learning Platform: The project proposes an open E-learning platform integrating innovative teaching tools such as e-learning materials, podcasts, and real-life innovation challenges on AI. This platform aims to raise awareness about AI and trigger creativity, critical thinking, and complex information processing.

The project addresses three key topics:

– creating new, innovative or joint curricula or courses;
– digital skills and competences;
– overcoming skills mismatch and addressing the needs of the labour market. 

The consortium believes that AI will revolutionize VET education and seeks to adapt to these changing circumstances.


CookEU KA220-VET

Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training

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Én Kint Egyesület a Békéért és Fejlődésért – Hungary
Csermely Környezetvédelmi Egyesület – Hungary
Szent Bazil Görögkatolikus Óvoda, Általános Iskola, Gimnázium, Technikum, Szakképző Iskola, Készségfejlesztő Iskola és Kollégium – Hungary
Liceul Tehnologic Constantin Brancusi Sfantu gheorghe – Romania
Ekonomska srednja škola „Bosa Milićević“ – Serbia
Stredná odborná škola agrotechnických a gastronomických služieb – Agrártechnikai és Gasztronómiai Szolgáltatási Szakközépiskola, J. Majlátha 2, Pribeník – Slovakia


The project aims to enhance the quality and the attractiveness of Vocational Education and Training programmes in the gastronomy sector by fostering their internationalisation and digitalisation. The specific objectives include:

  1. To roll-out an international, innovative, blended VET programme on regional cuisine
  2. To reinforce international, cross-sectoral and digital cooperation on Vocational Education and Training. The project offers to design and pilot an innovative gastronomy VET programme focused on the local cuisine of the targeted countries.

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