KA107: HIGHER VOCATIONAL COLLEGE CELJE
In the framework of international projects for development of higher education sector, in June 2018, an application for a project from the KA107 group (financed by the EACEA) was accepted. This project is realized in cooperation with Higher Vocational College from Celje and its aim is student exchange in terms of execution of professional training programs, where 4 students from our School will perform their professional training in several companies in the Republic of Slovenia, and 2 students from partner School will perform their professional training in companies from Leskovac. Moreover, professors from both partner countries will, through the mobility, exchange experience, hold a certain number of classes at visiting Schools, work on enhancing Erasmus capacity and improving knowledge on the use of modern IT platforms in the teaching process.
In line with the previously said, representatives of Higher Business School of Professional Studies from Leskovac paid a visit to Higher Vocational College in Celje from 19th-23rd November. Activities realized in this phase of Erasmus+ KA107 project were lectures which professors from Leskovac held for Celje students as well as trainings on the use of “web” classrooms that they attended (trainings were organized and held by professors from Higher Vocational College in Celje). Furthermore, project coordinators, Mojca Mendelbah and Dragan Stojanovic exchanged ideas and thoughts on applications and realization of Erasmus projects based on their previous experience.
In addition, representatives of Higher Business School of Professional Studies from Leskovac and Higher Vocational College in Celje paid a visit to HBSL students who were taking part in professional training programs realized at the Regional Chamber of Commerce and companies Lesoproduct, Intersplet and Eco Plus in Celje, Slovenia.
КА107: UNIVERSITY USAMV CLUJ (ROMANIA)
During the school year of 2017/2018, the realization of previously approved KA107 project with the USAMV University from Cluj (Romania) was continued. As part of this program, four professors from HBSL took part in a teaching mobility realized at this University. This mobility presented an opportunity to exchange experience and prepare for future cooperation.