The European Commission has selected FITPED (Work-Based Learning in Future IT Professionals Education) as a GOOD PRACTICE EXAMPLE project!

Only 6,7% of projects were considered “Good Practice” under the European Commission guidelines in the past.

The good practices label represents meeting the goals and objectives of the actions covered by the Erasmus+ Programme:

  • Impact: activities inspire other applicants to implement similar activities in their projects.
  • Transferability: project results applied to other areas also bring significant results.
  • Innovation: the project implemented innovative work methods and activities that led to innovations in outcomes (i.e. knowledge, know-how, practices).
  • Sustainability: there is appropriate or reliable evidence that project methods and results will continue to be developed after the end of the project and achieve new goals.
  • Communication: project activities and their results are visible and understandable to the broad public.
  • Financial management: from an economic point of view, the beneficiary managed the project effectively and followed the requested budget.

Thanks and congrats to all people that took part in this project!!!