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Currently the ERO base includes 12 significant VET/HRD projects from Lithuania (finalised or ongoing). The projects are aimed at the modernisation of VET, in order to make it more effective and corresponding current labour market needs. More specifically, projects address such issues as the analysis of the needs of the economy (identification of training needs, employment monitoring), correspondence of the curriculum to the needs of the economy (development VET standards, provision with training/learning material), recognition of competences and qualifications (development of the qualification framework, development of recognition procedures) and improving quality in VET (quality assurance system, development of the competence of vocational teachers). One project is aimed at the development of the competence of researchers in higher non-university education.
ANNEX: Selection of ERO Base projects

Employment Success of Vocational Schools Graduates:

Facilitating Access to Lifelong Learning through the Development of Recognition Procedure of Non-Formal and Informal Learning:

Research of Competitiveness of Graduates from Higher Education Institutions in the Labour Market in the Context of Labour Force Supply and Demand:

Development and Implementation of Common Quality Assurance System in Vocational Education and Training:

Development of National Qualifications Framework:

Development of the Model for Provision of VET Institutions with Teaching and Learning Materials:

Development of the System of VET Standards:

Expansion of the research area and researcher competence in non-university higher education sector

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Source: Cedefop - National Research Report Lithuania (details see Bibliography)
Editor: Sabine Manning  © WIFO