Jobit Training in Estonia

Trainings in Estonia started in 10th and 11th of May 2017 in BCS Koolitus with PHP. In the first training participated 13 teachers from ten different Estonian vocational schools. The trainers were from small software company I-Sepp OÜ – Kadri Vahtramäe and Kristen Guilden. Main goal of this training was to make booking web application…

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Final meeting in Palermo

On 25th of July 2017, at Facultyof Engenieering, Univeristy of Palermo, took place the dissemination event of the project JOBIT,organized by its partner CEIPES. This event gave the possibility to explain, in front of the group made by teachers and students, the steps through which final products of the project, i.e. manuals and guides based…

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Training course for Junior Software developers in Italy ends today !

During 7th, 8th and 9th June 2017, at Ceipes headquarter in Via La Farina 21, in Palermo, took place JOBIT training course, with the aim of giving professional school students and professional authorities competences about software development and programming  through Scrum methodology. The course, headed by Prof. Domenico di Giovanna, took place from 2 to…

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JOBIT teacher training plan in European University of Cyprus is now available!

Here is the training plan for teacher training course in Cyprus! Location: European University Cyprus, Laboratory 002 (South wing)   Day 1: Saturday 10-June-2017 Time Description 09:00 – 12:30 Introduction – Welcome Introduction and explanation of JOBIT VET education VET in Cyprus Coffee-break Industry view of VET graduates Today’s industry needs on software developement 12:30…

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Training course at CEIPES!

Software development is your passion or is part of your profession? Do you want to know innovative methodologies in order to become a perfect ” Softwer Programmer” or ” Junior Software Developer”? The training  course, created thanks to the project JOBIT is for you then! It is open to ICT teachers, that work in the…

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IV° Transnational Meeting in Palermo

On 27th and 28th April 2017 at the CEIPES’ premises in Palermo (IT), it was convened the 4th Partners ‘meeting for project: “JOBIT- Innovative Teaching Methodologies and courseware for software development VET to reduce skills gap in IT”, funded by the EC in the framework of the ERASMUS+ Program, KA2 (Strategic partnerships for the innovation…

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III. Consortium meeting in Tallinn

A new partner meeting (the third one) of Jobit project is going to have place the 30th of November 2016 in Tallinn (Estonia). The three partner organizations of the consortium, BCS Koolitus AS, CEIPES (from Italy) and European University Cyprus will meet each other to discuss about the state of the art of the Project.…

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Things are moving! JOBIT Second Project Meeting

On April 21 the staff of JOBIT partner organizations has met in Nicosia at the Campus of the European University of Cyprus, the hosting organization. The AS BSC Koolitus was represented by Anni Sild and Signe Teder, CEIPES by the President Musa Kirkar and the Financial Manager Laura Granvillano, the European University of Cyprus (EUC) by Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris, Pericles Cheng, Christina Varnava…

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JOBIT partners have started the territorial analysis

The JOBIT partners are conducting a study in Estonia, Italy and Cyprus with the purpose of identifying and analyzing the software development skills of VET graduates and the matching of these skills with the needs of the labour market. The project invite employers to contribute with valuable knowledge and expertise to this project. The project partners hope via research…

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JOBIT has started!

JOBIT partners met in October 2015 in Palermo (Italy) for the Kick-off meeting of this project. The participants of the meeting (shown above from left to right) were: Signe Teder (AS BCS Koolitus), Ants Sild (AS BCS Koolitus), Pericles Cheng (European University Cyprus), Musa Kirkar (Ceipes), Alessandro Imborgia (Ceipes), Laura Granvillano (Ceipes),  Anni Sild (AS BCS Koolitus). The main aim of the…

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