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31 October 2018
Study visits for teachers to Balvi Professional and Secondary School within the INTERREG V-A Latvia-Lithuania Programme project LLI-183
„MOBILITY” has been organized at October 18, 2018 in Balvi, LV.
The workpackage „Improvement of workforce skills and mobility” of the project LLI-183 „Labour Market without Borders (MOBILITY)” are organized in four inter-disciplinary themes: 1) „Transport vehicle including vehicle technical aspects and interior design”; 2) „Textile and art design”; 3) „Landscape design and agro tourism”; 4) „Agriculture and technologies”.
The project activity A.T1.3. „Study visits for teachers” in the theme „Textile and art design” was organized on 18th October 2017 in the Balvi Professional and Secondary School, where participated 4 project partner schools’ teachers: Riga State Technical School Kraslava Territorial Unit, Daugavpils Design and Art Secondary School „Saules skola”, Utena Regional Centre of Vocational Education and Training, Balvi Professional and Secondary School.
This activity include cross-border exchanges of good practices among the teachers of the involved schools, thereby head of Professional education, music and art methodology commission, Vocational education teacher Anita Matule-Bordāne presented professional education pogrammes of Balvi Professional and Secondary School including the organization of the study process, competitions, fashion shows, as well as the achievements.
After presentations, the guests got inspired sources of exterior design in the town of Balvi and the Balvi County Museum where were demonstrated non-standard solutions in textiles and art.
Project partners were introduced to the environment of the educational institution and its material and technical provision. A.Matule-Bordāne and Ēriks Kanaviņš, teachers of vocational education programmes „Sewn products manufacturing technology” and „Production of wooden products”, shared their practical experience, responded to the questions of interest and demonstrated their work environment in workshops where costumes are made and where are made things from wood.
At the end of the activity the project coordinator Kristīne Lele actualized the issues related to the implementation of the project. The questions was discussed about project activity. The activity participants got project evaluation sheets. Most participants rated activity with the highest score.