Designing a Joint VET Qualification in Culinary Arts and Pilot Pathways for Continuing Training
Designing a Joint VET Qualification in Culinary Arts and Pilot Pathways for Continuing Training

With view of increasing youth employability, trans-national mobility and career advancement

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CULINART target groups are:
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VET providers

enterprises

VET learners

sectoral and umbrella organisations in food, foodservice and tourism

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The Overall Goal

Enhance the quality and relevance of VET offer in culinary arts following the labour market needs and with view of increasing youth employability, trans-national mobility and career advancement. The overall goal transfers the objectives of the call for proposal to gastronomy due to the high-employment potential of the gastronomy-related professions and their significance for hospitality and tourism. The sectoral perspective predefined the geographical scope of the project partnership: stakeholder organisations from countries that excel in food traditions and related training - France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Turkey and Bulgaria - are to implement the project.

Specific Objectives

Expected Results

  improved relevance and attractiveness of VET education

  improved opportunities for recognition of skills gained on the job and for trans-national mobility for work and study

  established partnerships and gained expertise for better targeting and marketing of culinary arts programme

  showcasing transparency and comparability of culinary-arts VET across the E

  enhanced employment and career progression perspectives in the culinary professions

 

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