VQTS II project receives a "Best Leonardo da Vinci Cooperation Projects" label from the European Commission

The Lifelong Learning Programme has now been up and running for 7 years and its Leonardo da Vinci cooperation projects have been making an impact on vocational training practices and systems throughout Europe and beyond. The European Commission has declared VQTS II as one of four Austrian projects to belong to the best projects that have helped European VET development in the last years. VQTS II received the "Best Leonardo da Vinci Cooperation Projects" label in ADAM, the project and product portal for Leonardo da Vinci. There is an overall of 183 projects which have received the "Best Projects" label. These projects are helping Europe along the path to meeting its 2020 targets for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. They are fostering new ideas and innovations that are vital as Europe faces up to the challenges of a competitive global environment. More information on the projects and their outcomes can be found here:
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