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CYBER.EU – Improving Cybersecurity readiness of the European Vocational education and training sector

Many sectors are strongly hitted by this crises and education is certainly one of them. More and more users are now forced to use online classes or training, so the importance of recognizing the everyday threats to our security is now more important than ever. This topic is recognized as fundamental also by the European Commission that every year organize a European Cyber Security Month. The main objective of CYBER.EU.VET is to strengthen the European VET capacity to recognize and manage cyber security threats in a historical context where online training is more and more utilized.


Start: 01-03-2021 – End: 31-10-2022
Project Reference: 2020-1-DE02-KA226-VET-008327
EU Grant: 236.394 EUR
Programme: Erasmus+
Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Action Type: Partnerships for Digital Education Readines


Project Partners:
1) NGO NEST BERLIN [DE]
2) TANDEM PLUS [FR]
3) MEATH COMMUNITY RURAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP LIMITED [IE ]
4) COFAC COOPERATIVA DE FORMACAO E ANIMACAO CULTURAL CRL [PT ]
5) LATVIJAS ASOCIACIJA EIROPAS KOPIENAS STUDIJAM [LV ]
6) ASOCIACION EDUCATIVA POR LA INTEGRACION Y LA IGUALDAD [ES]
7) INERCIA DIGITAL SL [ES]
8) Extrafondente Open Source [IT]

Project TOPICs:
• ICT
• New technologies
• Digital competences
• Pedagogy and didactics

TARGET GROUPs:
• VET teachers
• VET Students
• Students families
• VET institutions
• Public authorities

APPROACH / METHODOLOGY
This project is based on a logical framework methodology.

Project ACTIVITIES
TPM , Germany, Berlin, 07.2022
N° of participants : 6
Profile: Representative of each partner organization

Multiplier Event: First cybersecurity awareness day – European Cybersecurity Month 2021
N° of participants: 280
Profile: Erasmus Plus National agency – Local public institutions – VET institutions – VET educators and students – Public education institutions – Youngster

Multiplier Event: Second cybersecurity awareness day – European Cybersecurity Month 2022
N° of participants: 280
Profile: Erasmus Plus National agency – Local public institutions – VET institutions – VET educators and students – Public education institutions – Youngster

Intellectual Outputs:
IO 1: Research analysis: main cybersecurity challenges and best practices
IO 2: Cybersecurity awareness training material for the VET sector
IO 3: Training for trainers toolkit
IO 4: The Cybersecurity handbook for VET institutions: best practices, training material and guidelines for future implementations

For more information visit our Facbook page.

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