VIRTUS Virtual VET Centre (V3C): A Learning Platform for Virtual Vocational Education and Training
Given the flexible nature of virtual organizations and the barriers raised by multinational environments, increasing the participation rate of adult learners in vocational training is a difficult task. The latest developments in distant, open and collaborative learning techniques bare the potential to advance knowledge in the field and increase participation rates. In the scope of the European Project VIRTUS, we have developed the Virtual Vocational Educational Training Center, an innovative platform for ECVET standard certified courses that addresses the challenges in vocational training. In this demo, we aim to present the course platform to the TEL community and to gather feedback.
KeywordsVocational training Learning unit design PLE LMS
This research was funded by the European Research Council under the European Union’s Erasmus+ project “VIRTUS” (grant no. 562222).
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