The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden

Specific Objective 4.2

More aligned vocational education and training programmes in the Central Baltic region

This specific objective aims to contribute to the development and further integration of the Central Baltic labour market. Development of skills and better matching work opportunities with skills can have a strong impact on decreasing the social exclusion. Central Baltic joint actions are justified by linking them to the specific needs of enterprises operating within the Central Baltic region.

Types of partners
Public and private vocational educational institutions, including universities of applied sciences, national, regional and local authorities responsible for developing vocational education and training, organisations representing employers and employees

Indicative list of actions supported
Surveys and activities to identify needed improvements, activities to develop new curricula and improve existing curricula, designing and implementing pilot education and training activities, seminars, experience exchange events, designing and creating distance learning and e-learning platforms

The main target groups
People involved in vocational education and training, companies

Result indicator
Share of aligned vocational education and training (VET) programmes in the Central Baltic region

Output indicator
Number of benefitting vocational education schools