About the project
The EMEU project – Engineering Mobility in Europe – is a 2 year project run by the EMEU network. Horizon College is the lead of the project. The network was established prior to the project and the network will continue after. The EMEU project is a highly appreciated opportunity to develop and consolidate our aim and objectives. The advantage of a 2 year project is that we have the available funds to get a lot of experience in a short space of time.
The main aim of the project is to create a minimum of 40 modules of 2 to 3 weeks in which both theory and practice is offered to a mixed group of both national and EMEU students.
Besides following a programme at the partner college, the students will visit local and regional companies to experience the theory applied in practical situations. Local and/or regional industry also contributes to the project by helping to develop the contents of the modules and by offering work experience opportunities to the transnational students during and/or after completion of the modules.
The submenus in this are mainly a platform for the partners to share information and results. You are more than welcome to look at them.
The quality assurance model in EMEU consist of eight aspects, which aims both to ensure that modules are relevant and that modules live up to the quality expected in the EMEU partnership.
Assess college needs for Modules: this gives the whole of the project blood groups the opportunity to work with the other colleges on the development of the content.
Design Modules: The colleges will use the required template to develop the module content. The information should fit into the knowledge skills and competence that are suggested by ECVET.
Promote Modules on the Website: each college must upload there module description on the website, giving plenty of time for the students across the partnership to sign up and attend. Modules should be accessible to all learners across your sector area in your institution.
Run Module: the module will be run in accordance to your own college procedures and assessment methods.
Send survey to participants: this must been giving to the students at the end of the module, allowing them to give concrete feedback on the module outcomes. The link is below! (When completed the institution must inform Bridgwater College)
Survey collated and sent: the survey will collated by Bridgwater College, and then sent to host participants. And the students. Information will be accessible to the other members of the partnership to evaluate and feedback if necessary.
Action points raised: from the information collated, Bridgwater College will produce a quality assurance plan highlight the areas to be developed and the positive points from the modules. The information will then be uploaded to the EMEU website for all to view.
In the EMEU application we described dissemination on various levels:
- On an internal level
- On a local/regional level
- On a national level
- On an international level
Dissemination is important for the current project, but also if we wish to transfer the knowledge and expertise to other sectors in another Erasmus+ KA2 project.
The dissemination overview format
All partners must have an updated overview of their dissemination activities which includes:
- Description of dissemination activity
- Number of participants
Here you will find the collection of templates used in the EMEU Network.
Template for module assessment is still under development. You find the current version here.