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Digital International Trainers (DIG.INT) is an Erasmus+ project co-financed by the European Union and developed by a Consortium made up of 8 institutions from 6 European countries. This international cooperation alliance will allow the development of tools and training paths to support the internationalization process of VET systems by using the full potential of digital transformation opportunities.

Project Goals

DIG.INT aims at assisting VET organizations in the process of digitalisation and creation of effective internationalization competences and strategies by enabling both organisations and individuals to level up their capacities and skillsets.

To do so, the project considers 3 levels of action:

  • The micro-level of motivation and competences of teachers and learners (individuals)
  • The meso-level corresponding to the vet provider (organisation)
  • The macro-level of regional innovation ecosystems (territory)

The main objectives of the project are:

  • Develop indicators and diagnostic capacity to accompany the internationalization process of VET systems
  • Develop a competence framework and multilingual learning platform to support teachers', trainers', VET staff's, and experts' competences development
  • Support VET providers in building or consolidating their internationalization plans
  • Support Regional Innovation Agencies and VET policy makers in defining and implementing internationalization strategies

For more information please go to the project website here.



The project idea is to involve teachers and students from different fields of education (social and health care, computer science, electrical/mechanical engineering) in solving real problems related to welfare technology, in collaboration with companies and institutions from the field of social and health care. The focus will be on elderly care, without excluding other work or care environments. The problems are either related to existing wellness technologies or can be solved with wellness technology that is not yet being used in the workplace.

The DESIGN THINKING methodology offers tools for problem-solving. From a pedagogical perspective, teachers participating in the project will acquire and use skills in team teaching, problem, and phenomenon-based teaching, and FLIPPED LEARNING methodology.


The main objective of this project is to share knowledge of the technology that is being developed in welfare. Coordinated by the vocational training centre ZBC in Denmark, we have participated in this project with institutions from Sweden, Finland, Germany, Greece, Belgium, the Netherlands, and the Basque Country. The project has been carried out by the health and social-health departments of CIFP Meka LHII. Read more and see the results of the project:


Intending to work on entrepreneurship, both students and teachers from the administrative department of CIFP MEKA LHII have participated in this project. Coordinated by Lycee Saint-Denis from France, a group of schools from Finland, Croatia, Italy, and the Basque Country participated in this project.

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