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The resource is a mobile app which is based upon ‘coaching principles’ and social networking where users are given a series of practical challenges and activities relating to continuous vocational training or education (CVET) in a new country. In general, it is a tool for helping migrants to access CVET. Also, there is an OER platform which houses the MiGreat! learning modules, also available in an eBook /interactive PDF format. The platform provides information, tools, opportunities and access to the learning materials. It is used to promote activities, events, opportunities and key lessons to VET professionals working with immigrants and refugees.
Title MiGreat! Supporting Migrants into CVET
Date launched 2016
Status (Ongoing, forthcoming) Ongoing
Type of Resource App
Digital Resources
Purpose Employment
Support Personnel
Online or Blended Online
Learning outcomes “MiGreat! Supporting Migrants into CVET” aims to develop training procedures and tools to support the training and employability of migrants.
Target group Migrants & refugees and professionals working with migrants and refugees
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan N/A
Recognition or certification of learning N/A
Europass Title, organisation, thematic area, learning outcomes
Financing and sustainability model Erasmus+ - European Commission
Leading Organization Training 2000
Contact Person Training 2000
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Is this initiative country-specific? If yes, please specify the country No