Category Archives: International Projects

Vocational Education

CSCS started providing training programmes in 1995. Within the Italian vocational training system, CSCS is accredited by Regione Toscana to operate in the following sectors: Initial vocational education Apprenticeship Continuous training for companies and professionals Vocational guidance and orientation We have developed our own Quality Assurance Model, based on the integration of the information system […]

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Symposium of Life Long Learning Culture and Vocational Education and Training in Instanbul

On Sunday the 17th of June,  CSCS will take part at the Symposium of Life Long Learning Culture and Vocational Education and Training at the Istanbul Congress Center. The congress about Vocational training and mobility will take into consideration the Europemobility Research project , managed by CSCS.The Symposium is organized by ISMEK, the Istanbul Metropolitan […]

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New material for the BUSINESS PLAN creation

With the CReBUS project , for instance, CSCS created an integrated path for students and aspirant entrepreneurs who need guidance in order to start their businesses. CReBUS project supplies materials: online guide for quick starting a business, training materials/slides, online training for business plan creation, a moodle platform for exchanges between entrepreneurs and an e-learning […]

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Continuity in the language teaching projects care by CSCS: Pools-M and Pools-CX projects

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The methodologies implemented during Pools M project – Task Based Learning (TBL), PHYsical, EMOtional and Cultural approach (PhyEmoC), Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), Simulations and eTandem – are still used not only inside CSCS, but also by our former trainees: language teachers and professors from Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio regions. In fact, we actively promote […]

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Rainova Project

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Vocational training centres and, in general, most small and medium-sized companies do not have tools or systems that let them manage innovation properly. Their management systems are geared more towards tackling the tasks that are their day-to-day work than to creating time and resources for forward planning that would enable them to work on innovative […]

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