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iVET4D in Europe - International Congress

"Making it work together: cooperation between VET and Sheltered Workshops as a step towards inclusive communities"


In the final conference, partners from across Europe will present the results of the successful project iVET4D. A "Speed dating" will take place to show and share the best practices produced within the project activities. During this dynamic and interactive moment you will have the chance to discover the tools that have been implemented to simplify the working life of persons with disabilities.


               2nd June 2016


               Thon Hotel, Avenue du Boulevard 17, 1210 Brussels

How much?

               Free of charge!


               The programme will be as follows:

  13.00 - 14.00                      Lunch – Registration

             14.00                      Luk Zelderloo, EASPD Secretary General - Opening of the congress

             14.05                      Welcome speech – Local/National/European official (tbc)

             14.15                      Michael Barrett, Cope Foundation Special Projects Manager
                                           Co-production and de-institutionalisation

             14.25                      Disabled person organization (tbc)

             14.35                      Robert Böehm, Staatliche Berufsschule Deputy Head Master
                                           Presentation of the project with video

             14.45                      Presentation of the project partners

             15.00                      Coffee break

  15.00 - 16.30                      Speed dating: International Best Practice – modules of cooperation

  16.30 - 17.00                      Presentation of the iVET4D Best Practice Toolkit and a practical template
                                           for participants to develop a cooperation model in their own setting

Further information?
                        Mr. Timothy Ghilain, EASPD research and development officer:
                        Ms. Eleonora Mancinotti, EASPD project assistant:
                        For project information please contact Mr. Robert Böehm:

                Please register below: