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The goal: identifying new competencies for a new welfare.

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The WIT project aims to expand and strengthen skills and knowledge of social care professionals, through an open and dynamic way to share experiences and exchange information and views on a national and international level.

In order to support innovation in the organization management models and the definition of renewed training pathways for social sector professionals, WIT will stimulate the debate among experts and professionals in the field of social innovation and research, called to confront themselves on specific issues.

he increasing demand for new types of "white workers" offers important opportunities for socio-economic development in the territories of the partner countries, and it is on this basis that the WIT project wants to capitalize and promote existing European good practices trying to activate innovative training and entrepreneurship methods within the social sector.
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WIT approach considers crucial to promote a multi-skilling re-qualification – where professionals gain knowledge from different disciplines...

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The project duration is of 12 months (December 2013 - December 2014). The WIT project will implement 3 main types of activities...

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Province of Milano (Italy), National Development Agency (Bulgaria), Alice Salomon University of Applied Science (Germany), University of Vilnius (Lituania)

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WIT Smart Library: visual repository of connected resources, WIT learning: online courses, WITGIS: geo-based analysis system, WIT Numbers: visual dashboard.

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Province of Milan

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National Development Agency

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Alice Salomon University of Applied Science

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University of Vilnius - Faculty of Philosophy

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