Baltic Sea region-wide survey on Work-based Learning (WBL)

Hanse-Parlament kindly invites you to take part in a survey on WBL practices in your country. 

For many of you, work-based learning is part of your daily work, either because you teach young people in this way or because you inform others about it, or you are otherwise involved in WBL.

Work-based learning (WBL) provides trainees and students with real-life work experiences. Various models of this have been introduced in education systems throughout Europe.
The common denominator is: learning alternately in school lessons to acquire theoretical knowledge and then applying it practically in companies. The practices phases are organised either as work placements or as an integral part of the training with an employee contract, as is the case in the dual system.

No matter in which form work-based learning is implemented in your country, carrying out this survey we would like to draw a picture of status quo of WBL development in Europe.

If you are an entrepreneur, teacher or trainer, or you work in a government, administration or ministry in the field of vocational education and training – this survey is the right one for you!

This short survey takes place within the Erasmus+ Project ExcellWBL led by Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Depending on your answers, there are between 10 to max. 15 short questions.

Please us this link to access the survey that is anonymous.

You are welcome to spread this link in your network!

Thank you!