KVeloce I+D+i takes part in 8 Erasmus+ projects

During the days 10, 11 and 12 October, the #ErasmusDays  are being celebrated, in which institutions all along Europe organize events to disseminate their experiences in the Erasmus+ programme

Kveloce I+D+i participates actively as a partner in several Erasmus+ projects that have just started, coinciding with the #ErasmusDays2019!

The projects we are involved in address very different topics, comprising a broad range of social aspects: from the detection and prevention of Gender Based Violence (GBV) in school-age children- in the case of TOOLS4GENDER, leaded by GINSO (Association for the Management of Social Integration)- to the development of training programmes at higher education (university) level for people with intellectual disabilities to promote work inclusion- through the project U4INCLUSION coordinated by UMH (Miguel Hernandez University from Elche).

In the TOOL4GENDER project, Kveloce I+D+i will be responsible of editing a toolkit compiling best practices and experiences in the prevention of Gender Based Violence aimed at professionals and families; moreover, we will develop a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to train professionals in the field of education and caregiving (social and health).

In the case of U4INCLUSION, we will be in charge of Quality Assessment ensuring that the results obtained comply with the objectives and requirements set up in the proposal, we will evaluate the Social Impact achieved with the project and, as usual, we will take part in the Communication and Dissemination team.

Besides, in the DIGI4HEALTH project, which is aimed at training health professionals in their adaptation to increasingly digitalized environments and personalized medicine, we will contribute to the development of innovative curricula and activities. DIGI4HEALTH is fully aligned with the areas in which Kveloce I+D+i has expertise, such as innovation in the field of health and ITC, education and knowledge transfer.

6 entities take part in this Consortium, from different European countries (Greece, Malta, Spain, Romania, Cezch Republic and Lituania) with diverse specialization areas. It is, therefore, a project with a high added value, due both to the results that will be built and the broad geographical and sectoral coverage.

These 3 Erasmus+ projects, together with those already started in previous calls, sum up a total amount of 8 initiatives in which Kveloce I+D+I has participated in the last years.