The Göteborg Technical College is hosting the second multiplier event of SHINE, “Public-Private partnership for the governance of HVET: sharing European best practices”. During the event, speakers are presenting smart examples of post-graduation training programmes delivered in partner countries, with a strong triple- and quadruple-helix concept. That is, programmes delivered by outstanding providers, in strict co-operation with businesses and local authorities.
Starting from best practices coming from many EU countries, a panel of experts will discuss the role and relevance of different stakeholders in the whole life cycle of those programmes, and present ideas for putting into value lessons learnt, through improvement pathways.
Participants will be actively involved in sharing and discussing together, reacting to panel contributions and providing feedback and suggestions.
The event is also accompanied by a technical meeting, where partners will share the state of play so far, discuss next steps, learn more about the Swedish VET system and the EU strategies for HVET.
Last but not least, partners will have the chance to visit the College learning centre inside the Volvo Cars plant, to enjoy the demonstration of learning models, e.g. “The miniature car factory”, and see how practices described in the event actually take place.