to identify the existing systems of Vocational Excellence of the participating organisations and prepare the knowledge sharing process

acting up as regional ‘Skills ecosystems’



bringing an EU dimension to Vocational Excellence in the water sector


Upscaling strategy

for the PoVE Water to grow and create a critical mass and sustainable ground for further development


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Pilot PoVE Water is a

transnational project that draws on existing and emerging vocational competences and skills needs in the water sector

translating them into an approach of vocational excellence. This ensures upward convergence of VET with (EU) knowledge triangles and a strong engagement with the regional economic and social ecosystems. The project intends to create the infrastructure necessary to embed vocational excellence in the water sector in Europe, thus laying the grounds for vocational curriculum development and consequently competence development of VET students.

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    This programme has been funded with support from the European Commission. The author is solely responsible for this publication (communication) and the Commission accepts no responsibility for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.

    Project number: n° 612632-EPP-1-NL-EPPKA2-SSA-P


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