This new European grouping of architecture centres, Faculties of Architecture and vocational training organisations will develop closer links between vocational education and training (VET) and the world of work in the areas of urbanism/town planning, architecture, landscape architecture and other built environment professions. Through five seminars, each hosted by different partners, interspersed with regular on-line communication, the partners will collaborate on: common approaches to VET for the built environment between the partners; support for graduates entering the labour market; guidance and advice on VET for secondary school teachers.

Leonardo Da Vinci programme

  • Programme Leonardo da Vinci brings together policy and practice in the field of vocational education and training (VET).
  • Projects provide an opportunity for individual people of the acquisition  and the use of qualifications, knowledge and skills through visits abroad and an opportunity of cooperation between stakeholders of vocational education and training.
  • Their goal is to improve the quality, the attractiveness and results of the practice’s system of the vocational education and training.

Goals of Project

1. Share information and develop common approaches to VET for unemployed graduates and employed professionals

2. Develop training for teachers of VET linked to built environment subjects

3.  Work together to develop and promote links between informal and formal vocational training which fosters the relationship with urban context to improve quality of life.

4. Investigate a potential programme of work placements in other member states 

5. Start to develop a pan European architecture network able to work together on VET and other themes in the future. 

This project is funded by:


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the authors and the Commission is not responsible for any use which may be made ​​of the information contained therein.


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