The WIT project aims to support education policy makers  and stakeholders  towards the needs of new skills in the social and health sectors, in order to allow an improvement of the organizational models and an increased accessibility to services provided to citizens.

The innovative approach of the project WIT relies upon a transnational, consistent and dynamic collaboration among the partners that will work together to give life to a scientific and methodological guidance of the project, promoting a bottom-up approach with the involvement of the various relevant actors: local authorities, training institutions and research establishments and enterprises, according to a multidisciplinary approach.

WIT facilitates the planning of an integrated strategy among the main actors of the sector (policy makers and institutions of education and research) that adopt an open method of coordination to guide the main topic of (re) qualification of white professionals,  in particular through the 'emergence of formal and non-formal, technical and managerial skills useful to an innovative development of the social and health sectors.

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Province of Milan

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National Development Agency

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Alice Salomon University of Applied Science

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University of Vilnius - Faculty of Philosophy

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