How does the European economy strive to BIOTECH-GO?

  • By exploring new opportunities for development of sustainable knowledge based economy.
  • By supporting the industry and business to accommodate the structural changes in European and global economy.
  • By supporting initiatives to adapt the educational programmes and methodologies to improve the qualification of the workforce in the field of biotechnology and related sectors.

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BIOTECH-GO Goals and innovation

The BIOTECH-GO aims to build:

  • A system for structural description of work-related competences.
  • New training opportunities for trainers and personalized learning paths using individual preferences and job requirements.
  • A new learner-centered approach.
  • Improved training in bioinformatics for VET professionals.
  • A new, proactive role of trainers and tutors.
  • Introduction of an innovative competence model for VET professionals, based on European Qualifications Framework (EQF) and European Credit system for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET).

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BIOTECH-GO and VET descriptors

The BIOTECH-GO project philosophy is in compliance with the European policies for investment in education and innovation management for successful transition to knowledge-based economy and society.

The investment in education is a national priority for all European governments that commit to ensure conditions for VET system operation where the European reference levels and quality practices in training have priority.

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BIOTECH-GO е-Training modes

The BIOTECH-GO Training Modes head for directions, such as:

  • Target groups: The BIOTECH-GO competence model is targeted at teachers, trainers, learning facilitators, guidance professionals, school/institution managers and political decision makers are the selected subjects to fit these requirements.

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BIOTECH-GO Phases and quality management

The project methodology is based on System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) concept, which divides the project lifetime into 5 operational phases and 10 stages. They outline the effective strategy of BIOTECH-GO for achieving the main project objective during the project and post-project life (Fig. 1). These phases guarantee the appropriate evaluation of the project and ensure the potential success of the target users and sectors in exploiting project deliverables and understanding the project impact.

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The BIOTECH-GO b-Learning Modes: Step-By-Step

Step 1: We distribute the content in topics / subtopics to fit professions / Competence Outcomes with respect to green abilities and EQF levels.

Step 2: We structure Learning Outcomes / Qualification Units scheme.

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For realization of Dissemination and Use (D&U) activities, the project consortium offers both professional and personal experience for realization of efficient organization of dissemination process. All partners have been important players in their area of activity acquiring significant number of contacts, network access and influence. Each of them will use the existing networks and also form new ones for the needs of the project.

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