About Leonardo da Vinci programme
The Leonardo da Vinci programme is part of the Lifelong Learning Programme 2007 – 2013 of the European Commission focused on projects in the field of vocational education and training (VET). The programme aims to build a skilled and mobile workforce across Europe by helping the European citizens to acquire new skills, knowledge and qualifications and have them recognised across borders. It also supports innovations and improvements in vocational education and training systems and practices and thus enhancing the competitiveness of the European labour market.
Leonardo da Vinci programme funds a wide range of actions, including co-operation projects to develop or/and transfer innovative practices, transnational mobility initiatives enabling people to be train in another country, as well as projects focusing on networking.
All of the projects funded by the programme involve working with European partners. The programme addresses trainees in initial vocational training, people on the labour market and professionals in VET institutions, as well as any organisation active in this field.
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