In European joint projects, BF/M-Bayreuth is committed to creating systemic solutions for structural problems. In cooperation with consortium partners from member countries of the European Union, the projects are not focused on the direct company environment but on the framework conditions under which the companies operate due to their international problem orientation. In this way, solutions and strategies are to be developed that will benefit a large number of companies. Particularly in the areas of mobility and flexibility of the labour market, EU projects under the ERASMUS+ funding programme help to uncover market potential and develop practical solutions for SMEs.
TeBeISi – partial certification in the professional field of information security
The project will help to promote the recognition and certification of qualifications and competences, including those acquired through non-formal and informal learning.
TeBeVAT 1, 2 & 3
TeBeVAT 1 was applied for in 2015 with the aim of cross-border recognition of informal learning that was acquired in the course of normal work.
On September 1, 2016, another cooperation project and development project of the previously presented TeBeVAT started. TeBeVAT 2 followed the goal of expanding the results from TeBeVAT 1 to all levels of competence in the field of event technology.
The aim of the project is to create processes that enable employees to identify, validate and certify their informally acquired knowledge and thus to create a companion for lifelong learning.
EUDiM – Managing cultural diversity in small and medium-sized organizations
The project analyzes goals, forms and results of diversity management in SMEs and identifies ways of successfully dealing with cultural diversity in companies. The focus is on immigrants from non-EU countries. Know more …
EDU4Events – Vocational training in transition – developments and potential for the event industry
The project aims to promote and develop work-based learning in all its forms in the already proven consortium and in event technology. The international partnership follows the European vision to support the acceptance and implementation of innovative approaches and digital technologies for teaching and learning.
Ready4Future – Professional qualification and additional skills for self-employed and one-person companies in the trade fair and event industry
For a work environment as multicultural and international as it is in the event industry, it is inherent to think and approach challenges and problem solutions in the field of qualification as well as training and further education transnationally. The organizations involved in the project are united by the European spirit and “good practice” from numerous joint European collaborations and projects.
Stress-Less: Well-being and Stress Prevention in Digital Work and Home Office for SMEs
The project aims to offer innovative teaching methods for improving the digital, personal and social skills of employees in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and to support their introduction. The Stress-Less project will provide important data from research and findings from practical implementation to science and training organizations as well as political decision-makers