The BLUE KEP project towards the standardisation of schools’ curricula.
With the end of the first wave of transnational mobility, the BLUE KEP project partners and experts are now creating 4 international modules to represent a common technical basis that the matched schools will adopt.
The modules are meant to allow students to increase their knowledge of different aspects of the blue economy and its maritime and transport work system, as well as to acquire crucial skills and competences necessary to facilitating the innovation of the sector.
In particular, they will focus on the blue economy supply chain in Croatia and Italy, blue sector workers’ safety and health related regulations, on the job experiences through the Go&Learn methodology.
The transnational mobility has been a crucial occasion for the matched schools to establish a common path and to design modules that take into account the characteristics, the similarities and differences of their respective economic and schools systems. The different fields of study of the matched institutes (nautical, traffic/technological/transport and logistic/industrial, vocational) have add up to the variety of points of view, methodologies and innovations.
Once finished, the matched schools and possibly other schools of the cooperation area will have at their disposal an operative tool for the establishment of students’ assessment criteria for the mutual recognition of credits and non-formal competences acquired during mobility, thus contributing to the standardisation of curricula.