Агенция за регионално икономическо развитие - Стара Загора

Innovative Vocational Training Approaches in Small and Micro Enterprises

trainsme-bgleonardoThe TrainSME project has been funded with support from the Leonardo da Vinci Programme.

REDA is a partner and national coordinator for Bulgaria in a project for introducing innovative vocational Training approaches in Small and Micro Enterprises (TrainSME). It aims at the improvement of the vocational training system in small and micro enterprises.

The project elaborates and adapts tools for the assessment of vocational training needs in small and specifically micro enterprises and models for the creation of training programs which are meeting the needs of employees and enterprises and support innovation processes. The results of the project are assessment tools (Web, CD) and a compendium on the assessment of vocational training needs and the implementation of new tools in small and micro enterprises. TrainSME focuses on the specific situation in small (< 50 employees) and particularly micro enterprises (< 10 employees). TrainSME is executed in seven European countries.

More information: www.trainsme.net



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