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For more information on European Projects contact Special Projects Manager, Michael Barrett.
Call: 021 4643291
Email: barrettm@cope-foundation.ie

European Projects

People supported by Cope Foundation and staff take part in projects in Europe.

We work in partnership with other countries in Europe to make things better for everyone.

Projects in Europe happen within different programmes.

One of them is iVET4D which is all about good practices.

iVET4D in Europe: Cooperation for Innovation and the exchange of Good Practices 2014 – 2016 ERASMUS + EU Project

"Implementing the cooperation between vocational schools and workshops for people with disabilities in curricula by developing Guidelines and Training Materials for a Europe-wide dissemination of the VET4D concept."

Participating Partners:

Staatliche Berufsschule Weißenburg, Germany

Cope Foundation, Ireland

Koulutuskuntayhtymä Tavastia, Finland

Odborne uciliste Chroustovice, Zamek 1, Czech Republic

St. Michaels-Werk Grafenwöhr, Germany

CIP Virgen del Camino, Spain

I.T.I.S. A. Volta Perugia, Italy

Landesberufsschule Bregenz 1, Austria

Sjöarpsskolan, Sweden

EASPD, Belgium

You can read a flyer about the project here and below you can watch the video on the project.

Another project is called 2013-1-TR-LEO05-47596 Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation Project 2013-2015.

“W2LAB”: The Integration of Women into the Labour Market by Building New Skills.

This project is focused on women building new skills for the workplace.

The project gives women a friendly place to learn new skills.

The partners involved include.

Sakarya University, Technical Engineering Faculty, Turkey

3A Education & Service, Germany

Cope Foundation, Ireland

Süleyman Şah University, Turkey

Bolu Ìl Milli Eğitim Müdürlüğü, Turkey

Abant Izzet Baysal University, Turkey

Sakarya Technical And Vocational School, Turkey

You can find more information at w2lab.eu

For the latest information you can read our April 2015 update.

You can also read an update from You&Media project participant, Lorraine Peters here.

Click here to find a list of projects that Cope Foundation was involved in that are now finished.