CEDA team, within Moldova Employment and Entrepreneurship Education and Training Activity project in partnership with KulturKontakt Austria, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry develops a new component in secondary vocational education, namely income generation, to improve practical training of their students.
On 12-13 September took place a seminar where, involved professional schools and colleges, presented their business ideas for income generation and the first prototypes of the products. Also, the Austrian expert Martin Rogenhofer, from Francisco Josephinum College and Research Centre, shared the experience of the institution he represents. Participants received suggestions for improvement of their business plans and established the steps to be driven until the end of the school year along with the expert Nicolae Cretu.
In the following steps, vocational schools and colleges will improve their ideas and come with a business plan that will allow them to start income generating activities in which their students will be involved.
This are the pilot institutions of the project:
– Vocational School No. 4 from Chişinău
– Vocational School No.2 from Bălţi
– Vocational School No.3 from Bălţi
– Vocational School No. 1 from Cahul
– Vocational School No.1 from Nisporeni
– Agroindustrial College from Rîşcani
– College of Zootechnics and Veterinary from Brătuşeni