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Adaptation of the production school model to attract youngsters into footwear careers (2015-1PT01-KA202-013084)



ERASMUS+ LEARN2WORK project aims to attract young people who are not in education or employment, and train them to be future workers of the footwear sector.

Europe’s footwear industry is constantly growing and Italy, Portugal and Spain are the three most representative countries in terms of future trends. In this industry, training is considered as a key element for its growth. That is why Europe supports it with programmes as ERASMUS+, which addresses the needs in education, training and youth.

One example of these is the LEARN2WORK project, created to solve two problems affecting both the footwear industry, which needs skilled workers for their companies, and the European society, which in most of its cities suffers from an increasing number of young people who are not in education, employment or training, i.e. the so-called ‘NEETs’.

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  • To attract young people who are not in education, training or employment into footwear careers

  • To meet the demand for skilled workers in the footwear industry

  • To develop a training programme that will provide young people with the necessary skills and competences to be employed in the footwear sector


  • Training programme that combines practical activities and social skills

  • Design and creation of a pilot course on the implementation of production schools in the footwear sector

  • Report on current and future labour needs of the footwear sector

  • Training material for tutors and trainers


Visit the LEARN2WORK website here