Funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
The European footwear industry produces high-quality shoes and enjoys an excellent reputation on a global scale. Most companies serve the premium product segment and use cutting edge technology. They require increasingly versatile and quality-conscious workforce.
However, most companies have problems in finding new recruits and are concerned about skill shortage.
Future job openings will mainly require medium and high level qualifications, reflecting that the sector in the EU generally is moving towards high-value design and state-of-the-art production techniques.
The primary objectives of SHOES MADE IN EU are to foster Vocational Education and Training in the footwear sector and to create a training pathway for qualified skilled workers in footwear production that complies with the EU Quality Framework and European Credit VET system (ECVET).
The project aims are to:
SHOES MADE IN EU addresses: