DB WAVE will be characterized by the productions of the following work packages and deliverables


WP 1 – Network and institutional building

  • Analyze the potential of each partner for the creation of sustainable systems of local clustering of T-VET centres in order to build a network;
  • Conceive a new method of cooperation among TVET centres within their networks, and of the regional/national networks with their peers in other EU countries;
  • Enhance national DB VET network capacity to perform at national and EU levels as a reliable VET stakeholder to promote quality and inclusiveness of VET in Europe.

WP 1  – Deliverables

1.1 DB T-VET in Europe: Here & Now: Assessment Report 

1.2 Don Bosco T-VET – Horizon Beyond 2020: Internationalization Strategic and Action Plans

1.3 DB Tech Europe: Don Bosco Network of Vocational Excellence: Final Report & Evaluation

 WP2- DB VET providers technical capacity building

  • Design and implement a training strategy for VET leaders, project managers, teachers and trainers, to update T-VET provision to the requirements of 21st Century (soft skills, digitalisation, work-based learning, job placement…);
  • Develop new cooperation mechanisms between partners in order to facilitate and simplify existing EU projects (mobilities of trainers, students & KA2);
  • Develop an internationalisation strategy at providers’ level, fostering the mobility of leaders, staff and VET learners.

WP2-  Deliverables

2.1 Repository of best practices: Web folder

2.2 n. 5 peer learning agreements and reports

2.3 DB T-VET Academy: Repository of Training Courses-Models: Website

WP3 – Upscaling & Benchmarking models and tools for increasing social inclusion and employability of disadvantaged learners

  •  Develop tools to facilitate the transition from education to employment for all graduates;
  • Mainstreaming the acquisition of key competences and soft skills with a Life Long Learning approach, endorsing Salesian preventive system and innovative methodologies.

WP3 – Deliverables

3.1 Salesian mobility charter: agreement

3.2 Tracking graduates Tool: web tool

3.3 Don Bosco Job Placement Service: Model and guidelines for Salesian Job Service offices

3.4 Mentoring model with disadvantaged youth: coaching method

3.5 Validation of Soft Skills in T-VET sector: on-line tool

WP4 – Management, coordination and quality control

  •  To facilitate smooth and effective governance and implementation of the project activities;
  • To apply knowledge, tools and techniques to all the activities to be carried out during the project life cycle, in order to ensure the achievement of the expected results.

WP4 –  Deliverables

4.1 Coordination and Management Guidelines

4.2 Financial and Administrative Guidelines

4.3 Co-working environment Google Drive

WP5 – Monitoring and evaluation Framework 

  • To assure the systematic and objective assessment of the completed project, its design, implementation and results;
  • To determine the relevance and fulfilment of objectives;
  • To detect timely internal and external difficulties, re-adapting plans and/or operational structure.

WP5 – Deliverables

5.1 n.14 Self Reports (Initial and final Peer Review)

5.2 n.14 Peer Review Reports

5.3 n.6 Reports on validation of products and results

5.4 Interim and final evaluation Reports

WP6 – Dissemination and Exploitation strategy

To develop a consistent targeted strategy, tailored to reach different stakeholders and key actors in order to:

  • Promote greater visibility on DB national VET providers identity, VET offer and strategy of internationalization;
  • Promote greater awareness on strategies, tools and products developed by the project;
  • Transfer the successful results and products at, regional, national or European systems.

WP6 – Deliverables

6.1 Dissemination folders

6.2 Visibility and communication package

6.3 DB Tech Europe Website

6.4 National exploitation plans


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