CPI, Slovenia

National Institute for Vocational Education and Training (CPI) is a public institution which was founded in 1995 by the Government and co-founded by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia and the Chamber of Craft of Slovenia. In accordance with the legal basis passed by the Organization and Financing of Education Act (Official Gazette No. 12/96), CPI performs research, developmental and advisory activities and is the focal point where interests of the state and social partners in vocational and technical education converge, coordinate and connect, studies developmental trends in labour markets and prepares profiles of occupations and competence-based vocational standards, develops methodologies and prepares module-based educational programmes of short-term, secondary as well as post-secondary vocational education. CPI evaluates implementation of vocational education programmes and fosters quality development and self-assessment of VET providers.

Based on its wide network of contacts CPI will lead WP 7 Dissemination. Also it will participate in other WPs, namely: WP1 Users requirements, WP2 Translation  WP3 Course and manual adaptation, WP4 Testing WP5 Exploitation,  WP6 Project management WP7 Project’s quality assurance

Tanja Logar (Tanja.Logar@cpi.si) is responsible for managing this project at CPI. She has M.Sc. in organizational science specialised in informatics. Her leading role in CPI is how to effective use ICT in teaching and learning in VET. She is also responsible for National Reference Point for vocational qualifications. She is  very active in international projects that incorporate ICT and VET.

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