On the 20th and 21st September took place in Rethymo (Crete) the final conference of 3DINVET project. After a long period in which partners held all the meetings in an online way, they had the possibility to meet in presence to finalize all the project results.

3D printing in VET  (project number 2019-1-EL01-KA202-062909) it’s a project funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme (KA2, strategic partnership for innovation and exchange of good practices in the VET field) and it involves 6 partners from different countries: Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Germany), European Education & Learning Institute (Greece), CENTRO INTERNAZIONALE PER LA PROMOZIONE DELL’EDUCAZIONE E LO SVILUPPO (Italy), Escola Técnica de Imagem e Comunicação Aplicada (Portugal), UNIVERSITA TELEMATICA INTERNAZIONALE-UNINETTUNO (Italy), WYZSZA SZKOLA EKONOMII I INNOWACJI W LUBLINIE (Poland), INERCIA DIGITAL SL (Spain) and KEKAPER-REGION OF CRETE(Greece) which is the coordinator.

Thanks to the results achieved, 3D in VET is introducing changes into VET arrangements by offering innovative training approaches.

In the past years partners were involved in identifying the training needs both for VET educators and trainees, and opportunities from across Europe within the sector that allow the possibility to develop a new approach and an innovative curriculum.

The two days meeting have been organized according to a clear agenda. Thanks to the contribution of all the partners the missing activities have been listed to finalize them till the end of the project.

Furthermore, the partners participated in the final conference that the project coordinator organized during the journey in Crete. During this conference each organization presented the results of the pilot phase of the project and they had the opportunity to share them with a wide public.

In addition, thanks to the host organization, partners have met the governor of the Region of Crete who welcomed them warmly and listened with care and calm to what the partners have achieved in recent years.

For more information, please visit the website and the Facebook page of the project.