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Sector Skills

Partner Countries (like Israel) can participate if they bring an essential added value to the project.


Sector Skills Alliances shall aim at tackling skills gaps, enhancing the responsiveness of initial and continuing VET systems to sector-specific labour market needs and demand for new skills with regard to one or more occupational profiles.

Each Sector Skills Alliance shall implement a coherent, comprehensive and variable set of interconnected activities which are flexible and adaptable to different current and future labour markets' needs, such as:


  • Defining skills and training provision needs in a given specific economic sector
  • Designing and delivering joint curricula


Further details and Submission guidelines can be found in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.

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