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ViVET is a learning platform freely available for anyone who is interested in improving skills and getting a better career opportunity!

On ViVET, we provide videos, courses, training, and topics. They are all related to Vocation and Education Training (VET).


· ViVET provides an ever-growing library of open videos for all vocational skills and trades.

· Videos are collected from Youtube with open access. They are sorted into main, sub and sub-sub categories.

· If suitable videos are not available, the shooting of own videos is an option.

· Videos can be subtitled automatically

· An EREC rating by experts and users will lead to a valuable recognition of the videos.


· A course is an easy learning tool for students and teachers. It is a concise unit of 5 – 10 training hours or more or less one day.

· The contents of a course are composed of different widgets, such as Plain texts, videos with subtitles and embedded texts, pictures or charts and pdfs, quizzes and response widgets.

· Course can be translated into other languages by automatic translation with manual refinement.

· A course can easily be corrected or amended during lecturing which gives high flexibility to authors.


· A training offers comprehensive learning of a subject or even a training field – usually ranging for several weeks or even months.

· A training is a structured compilation of several courses. Thus one course may be used in different trainings)

· Each training ends with a final test the passing of which leads subsequently to the issuing of a certificate.

· Trainings and courses can easily be amended and adapted to local needs.


· The Topics in ViVET provide knowledge about any kind of subject in the large field of vocational and professional training.

· On this bases a permanent online magazine for vocational Education & Training is developing – with best practices, job profiles, latest developments, and current debates.

· Contributions to the topics be can commented –thus starting a lively debate.

As VET will play an ever-growing role in education, in general, these topics will open new horizons.

EREC (Electronic Resource Evaluation Criteria)

EREC is the standard procedure VIVET adopts to evaluate the quality of every kind of contents teachers and instructors would like to include in their courses and training.

In particular, videos must be checked resorting to EREC criteria to assure they complete and integrate the contents offered by the didactic unit teacher is working out.

This way, EREC guarantees learners about the didactic value of the contents VIVET delivers.

LEARNING with ViVET for students

Once registered students can learn online on their PC or by their smartphones.

The learning path is very easy to follow: The courses are structured in lessons and learning steps, going from widget to widget.

Learning in ViVET is fun and varied with different widgets: texts, videos, pictures, tasks, quizzes and response widgets.

Students can take their individual notes at every widget.

After passing the final test of a course or training a certificate will be issued. 

ViVET is not only a good platform for students to learn, but it is also a great tool for teachers to share their knowledge with more people.

CREATING a COURSE with ViVET for authors and teachers

ViVET offers well structure templates of courses

The structures of a course consist of lessons, learning steps and different widgets (s.above)

At the end of each course there are a test, a  feedback form, and a certificate.

A number of courses can easily be compiled to the training of weeks and months.

A ViVET-certificate will be a stepping stone to a future career.

The National Agency of Erasmus+ Program and the European Commission are not responsible for any contents of communications or publications in any form related to the Project, for using the platform or any part it, and for any use that may be made of the information it contains.

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