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TELI2 Project meeting in Portugal, May 2017

TELI2 Project meeting in Portugal, May 2017

The TELI2 project partners held a very successful 2 day meeting in the beautiful Evora, Portugal on 25th and 26th May.  All partner countries were represented including Slovenia, Poland, Romania, Croatia, Ireland and Portugal.

The transnational group made strong progress on the course curriculum development for TELI2 as well as developing the learning portal and website.  Next step is that potential students will be proposed by the participating Local Action Groups for screening with a view to participating in this accredited learning programme which will be coordinated and awarded by Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT).

First set of training workshops will take place in Ireland, hosted by SECAD in Midleton County Cork -IRELAND on 9th to 13th October 2017.

 

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