The UdL trains over fifty experts in dual university education

The FEPTS presents the results of the LLL-Transversalis project, including the creation of the Unidual Interactive Space

The Faculty of Education, Psychology and Social Work (FEPTS) of the University of Lleida (UdL), within the framework of the Life Long Learning Transversalis cross-border project, has formed over fifty experts from different profiles and backgrounds in dual university training in the two courses organized during 2020 and 2021. This is some of the results that Sofia Isus, the project’s main researcher and her team have presented today in the closing day in Lleida del LLL-Transversalis.

This 40-h-long training, available in Catalan, Spanish and French, has been based on an investigation into the identification of professional profiles of agents involved in dual university training (the person who coordinates, the person who manages, the university professorship, the academic tutor and the professional tutor).

This training course is based on the pedagogical model (blended learning). Thus, each participant has accessed the materials according to their profile and, with the support of a tutor or guardian, has managed to achieve the competencies by performing the tasks proposed. In these two editions, the participants have been a professor of nine Transpyrenees universities between Spain, France and Andorra, professionals of French chambers and trade union professionals.

In these three years, from 2018 to 2021, the leaders of the LLL-Transversalis in the UdL have also created a network of professionals sensitive to dual university training that has its meeting point in the Unidual interactive space, a digital platform with resources, news, forums, tools, best practices… about this type of training.

LLL – Transversalis is a project developed under the program Interreg POCTEFA 2014-2020 (Programme of Territorial Cooperation Spain-France-Andorra) and co-financed by the FEDER fund which has nine partners: the University of Perpignan Via Domitia (project leader), the University of Lleida, the University of Girona, the University of Zaragoza, the University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès, the University of Toulouse Paul Sabatier, the Instituto Màquina-Eina ascribed to the University of the Basque Country, the University of Peace and Pays de l’Adour and the University of Andorra. These partners constitute a cross-border network, the aim of which is to harmonize and strengthen lifelong learning practices in order to respond to the needs of the territories.

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