Over the years, Fondazione ENGIM has strengthened its expertise in the field of community funds to finance training activities, but also to cooperate and share methodologies and best practices with other European partners. No less important is the possibility of developing projects that involve ENGIM students and collaborators in transnational mobility activities.

Currently underway projects have been funded by the Erasmus+ Program, KA2.




WISE (Working in Soft Skills for Employment) has been funded by the Erasmus+ Programme – KA2 “Exchange of Good Practices”. The project’s focus is on the exchange of tools and methodologies to support the acquisition of soft skills in learners so that they can be equipped for the labour market. As well as Italy, the partners come from Portugal, The Basque Country, Estonia, Finland, Denmark and Norway. There will be project meetings and learning activities for the trainers in Finland and the Basque Country. The project will last until October 2022.



"Dual ECOsystems - EU Alliances for ICT" project involves seven partners from Italy, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom with the aim of identifying good practices in terms of dual training in the ICT field, which are successful in the involvement of each component of the local ecosystem: students and workers, businesses and companies, VET institutions and universities. The Dual ECOsystem project will allow partners to observe and share good practices adopted in the four local "ecosystems", discuss them and evaluate which good practices can be transferred. To arrive at the final draft of the Manual of the Dual ECOsystem model, the partners will conduct the experimentation on some good practices in use in other countries, importing them into their local ecosystems in order to evaluate the transferability of each good practice in all European countries.



HOWL (HOspitality at Work with Languages) is funded by the Erasmus+ programme under the KA2 “Exchange of Good Practices”. The project involves 5 partners from Italy, Germany, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. The partnership intends to focus on the learning of a second language (English and German) in the vocational training courses in the HORECA (Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism) sector that also include some forms of work-based learning as a distinctive part. The teaching methods of foreign languages will be examined starting from the partners’ experiences: during the first year of the project the partnership will exchange and analyse methodologies and tools. Then, in accordance with the priorities set by the European Union to raise the competencies provided by VET organizations and their trainers, a learning activity (“Short Term staff Training Event”) will be organized..



The FETI (From Exclusion to Inclusion) project will look to see if a model can be designed which leads to better integration of immigrants, as well as increasing their digital, linguistic, language and, where needed, vocational skills. This transnational project brings together a consortium of partners with extensive and complementary expertise in adult guidance, research, training and networking. The Consortium is composed of partners from both private and public bodies in Norway, Italy, Turkey and Scotland, including higher education institutions, Adult Education providers and non profit organizations. The project will be completed in 2022.



The project VeriTage (Integrated European Cultural Heritage for VET) is funded by the Erasmus+ programme under the KA2 “Exchange of Good practices”. The project involves 5 partners from Italy, Lithuania, Spain, and Sweden.The project goal is to approach and explore the European cultural heritage topic and one methodology: the integrated teaching and learning one. The aim is to mix them together fostering a new and crucial topic for VET offer by a new approach, integrating it in some existing training paths within the VET provider offer in Europe. The project will design, implement, test and disseminate a kit of didactic-educational tools tailored made on VET trainers. https://veritage.eu/



SEAL (SEe And Learn) is funded by the Erasmus+ programme under the KA2 “Exchange of Good practices”. The project involves 9 partners from Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, United Kingdom, Estonia and Bulgaria. The partnership will identify, analyse and synthesise success models of work-based learning starting from good practices and innovations from each partner. The partners are involved in WBL at various level (apprenticeship, general work-placements, dual system, on-the-job training..),and they will compare success factors, exchange lesson learnt and learn from each other in order to create a model not only to train students as workers with technical skills but also with soft skills.