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Project Website: http://en.webquests.eu

With the support of the European Commission
within the framework of LLP.
A Leonardo da Vinci -  Transfer of Innovation project (2010-2012)

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The main objective of the project is to transfer the Methodology for Collaborative Blended Learning to the area of Human Resources Management in SMEs.

The CBL Methodology deal with a blended language learning model which combines blog activities with webquest projects that take place in face-to-face lessons and online in a wiki as a language learning platform and course management system at the same time. The core element of the CBLM is webquest which perfectly serves as a framework to integrate Web 2 into learning process. Although it was prepared originally for the foreign language learning, the methodology can be easily adopted for the needs of VET in the area of Human Resources Management in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

The other aim is to adopt the trainings on HRM to the Web-based education by creating interactive learning environment which will place this trainings in the area of HR competencies in a stream of innovative educational tendencies related with the use of Web 2.0 through which will enhance the quality of adults learning.

The last objective is to disseminate results of the project towards training institutions, SMEs, educational bodies and all organisations and institutions supporting the HR oriented trainings contributing to the efficient development of SMEs and their employees.

Aims and objectives of Web Quest for HRM are fulfilling the priority of Developing the skills and competences of VET teachers, trainers and tutors (LEO-TraInno-3) by:

  • training of 30 trainers specialised in HR area so that they will be able to use CBLM in their every day work.
  • preparation and promotion of CBLM and the whole project, the manual and set of content related materials
  • participation of stakeholders (trainers, educators, educational bodies, SMEs …) in the project
  • implementation of the CBLM after the LdV co-financing.