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Multiplier Event: Presentation of the SILM and Strengthening of the Innovation and the Efficient Learning with HEI’s

At the premises of the Integrated Business Institute in Skopje, on 2 November 2016, a multiplier event was organized entitled “Presentation of the SILM and Strengthening of the Innovation and the Efficient Learning with HEI’s”. A total of 25 participants were present at the meeting, including: 2 project team members from each partnering institution, students from the Integrated Business Faculty (IBF) and the Integrated Business Institute (IBI), project team members involved in designing the BEP platform (which were present at the first 2 sessions of the event), and other interested parties.

 

The meeting began with an opening welcome from the Director of IBF, prof. Antonija Josifovska, PhD, a member of the National Agency for European Educational Programmes and Mobility, and the project coordinator, which presented a brief overview of the implementation of the project. Afterwards, the main component, Strategic Integration of Learning Modules (SILM) was presented, putting the main focus on the results obtained from the 9-month researching period, and the conclusions drawn from the final researching phase. Each of the partnering institutions provided their own input. Towards the end of the meeting the progress and results from the other two project components (BEP and Consolidated Career Centre) were presented.

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The multiplier event is part of the project activities of ISPEHE, financed and supported by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme. ISPEHE has a 2 year implementation period, expected to be completed by the end of December 2016, under the guidance and monitoring of the National Agency for European Educational Programmes and Mobility – R. Macedonia. The project coordinator is the Integrated Business Institute while the Consortium is additionally composed of: EKA (Latvia), RTU (Latvia), Faculty of Administration – University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) and University of Pavia (Italy).