Last week, DISH partners have met in Liverpool for the 3rd Consortium Meeting. The aim of the meeting, which took place from the 9th to the 11th December at the Museum of Liverpool, was to present the status of the project and to discuss about the next steps.
The two fruitful working days were dedicated to the finalisation, consolidation and common agreement on the three DISH pillars, namely the Learning Innovation Units, the On the Job Training and the Assessment of Competences concepts.
During the first day, the Triple Helix Partners, health care providers, educational institutions and enterprise representatives acting in each of the 6 countries involved in the project, have worked in groups in order to discuss on how concretly test the usability, relevance and transferability of those concepts at local level, thus putting the foundations for the DISH project implementation phase.
ECHAlliance, leader of the DISH dissemination and communication, together with the European Health Management Association , besides presenting the activities implemented during the first project year in this framework, took advange from the meeting for recording some video interviews aimed at exemplifing the three DISH developed concepts. The video interviews will be used to reinforce the project dissemination action towards the DISH key audience and the large public and uploaded on the recetly lunched project website.
The DISH third consortium meeting has also seen the presence of the EACEA Project Officer, Ms Vyte Ezerskiene thatpresented key aspects of the Erasmus+ Programme and of Sector Skills Alliancies Initiatives.