Idea behind the project

Start: 01-10-2018 – End: 30-09-2020 Project Reference: 2018-1-HR01-KA203-047494 Programme: Erasmus+ Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices Action Type: Strategic Partnerships for higher education Our teams’ idea is to create a framework, and produce an ideal version of the soft skills curriculum that would be applicable in veterinary higher education throughout Europe. As it […]

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„Soft skills” curriculum for implementation in veterinary higher education

Intellectual output No 2 By the end of the project we shall have developed new soft skills curriculum for use in veterinary higher education. The Curriculum includes list of modules, learning outcomes for each modules, recommended teaching methods and evaluation procedures. The curriculum  will explicitly address life skills besides professional skills and will foster partnerships […]

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Evaluation tool for pilot implementation

Intellectual output No 4 Institutions, implementing the newly developed modules, will need to evaluate the quality of the implementation as well as the students‘ newly gained competences. Hence, we provide a tailor-made evaluation tool. The evaluation tool is based on the Erasmus+ KA2 project entitled „Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Competence-Based Higher Education“, coordinated […]

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Training concept for education of teachers involved in soft skills teaching

Intellectual output No 3 The SOFTVETS Training concept is prepared for veterinary teachers involved in life skills teaching at different higher education institutions (HEIs). It is aimed to teachers and/or institutions planning to incorporate teaching competence-based skills in their own syllabi or as an upgrade of an existing course. The templates of training concepts need […]

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Recommendations of soft skills competences for veterinary students

Intellectual output No 1 In the following we, as the SOFTVETS consortium, present the competence model for Pan-European soft skills curriculum for undergraduate veterinary education. The competence model was developed by the project members of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Zagreb, Croatia, VEFUNIZG University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Foundation, TiHo University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, […]

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