The internationalization area of TKNIKA deals with:
Specifically, the activities of the internationalization area are developed in three levels of action:
The Internationalization activities of the Basque Vocational Training system:
They also aim to:
They are carried out by the Vocational Education and Training centers and directors associations.
As part of the monitoring process, teachers make short stays through the Erasmus + teacher mobility grants.
Tknika has begun to participate in the Higher Education mobility program between program countries and partners (KA107), to promote cooperation with organizations in Australia and Hong Kong in the current call.
Ikaslan, Association of directors and directors of public VET centers, and the VET centers themselves apply to mobility calls and manage student mobility and teaching scholarships in the Basque Autonomous Community.
We actively participate in different projects financed by the European Union or by different international entities.
The internationalization area of Tknika provides a support and monitoring service to the Vocational Training Centers of the Basque Country.
The area supports the centers through:
The internationalization area of Tknika carries out an exhaustive follow-up of the internationalization activities of the centers of the Basque Country in order to be able to disseminate their work.
We are collaborating with organisations in Chile, Mexico, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Salvador, etc., in developing improvement policies for their Vocational Education and Training systems. Moreover, we are establishing new contacts in Namibia and India, which will lead to new agreements and collaboration projects.
The collaborative dynamic is still in force with Minnesota (USA), North Ireland, Australia, Canada, Turkey and with most European countries in different fields of applied innovation.
The priority pillar of the programme is to reinforce, cross-border integration, highlighting the complementary aspects in the fields of economic activities, innovation and human capital.