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Brussels, Belgium – October 24, 2023 – The city of Brussels hosted the culminating Closing Meeting of the RESET project, a collaborative initiative aiming to redefine post-pandemic effective training. RESET, co-financed by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ program, brings together seven organisations from five countries (IT; DK; DE; BE; ES) with the shared goal of fortifying the resilience and attractiveness of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system in response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The event celebrated the successful navigation of the project’s transformative journey towards enhancing digital skills among VET providers. The Closing Meeting served as a pivotal platform for in-depth discussions on the positive project status, emphasising key milestones achieved and outlining the final steps needed for a triumphant conclusion.

IHF and IAL FVG extended a warm welcome to participants, setting the tone for the informative updates presented throughout the session, highlighting significant progress made during the project.

Hosted by the Belgian partner (IHF), the consortium engaged in a comprehensive exploration of the project’s results and outcomes. Discussions centered on key highlights, shedding light on valuable insights derived from an analysis of the project’s platform.

The meeting also delved into upcoming project tasks, with the consortium dedicating substantial attention to final horizontal activities for ensuring the project’s continued success. This included planning Multiplier Events and strategizing effective ways to share and promote the project, all while maintaining the highest standards of quality throughout the implementation process.

Active participation from attendees fostered a collaborative environment, with valuable insights shared to contribute to the project’s successful completion.

A significant discussion on the environmental, social, and digital sustainability of the project took place during a tour de table. This involved the presentation of the RESET Green Guidelines, designed to promote a greener approach to project meetings. Partners shared their best practices related to these guidelines, offering a rich exchange of ideas.

The meeting concluded with a comprehensive recap of tasks and deadlines, with a reminder that certificates of attendance would be distributed online, aligning with the project’s commitment to a paperless approach.

For more information on RESET:

RESET Website: RESET – Resources for Post-Pandemic Effective Training (project-reset.eu)

RESET Facebook Page: Project RESET | Facebook