The benefit of collaboration: P2T2.0 met EVOKE and WEB2llp projects.

The best way to optimise the value of Passport to Trade 2.0, to strengthen its impact and to exploit its outcomes to other contexts, is to create a pro-active valorisation strategy.

This strategy consists of planning and implementing concrete dissemination and exploitation actions, from the outset of the project, interacting with potential beneficiaries, exchanging good practices and learning from other LLP project experiences along the way.

As part of this pro-active strategy, P2T2.0 partners use the main Social Networks in order to promote the project, its objectives and the mid-term results. Through these channels interesting contacts, such as SMEs, students, VET organisations, institutions and various stakeholders have been found. Partners have reached these potential beneficiaries of the project  by starting to interact with them during the project’s lifetime.

In the meanwhile, interesting collaborations have been established with two LLP projects:  Evoke and Web2LLP.

The EVOKE project aims to prevent student drop outs in Vocational Training by improving  career guidance through transferring and adapting the methodology for evaluating the effectiveness of services and by transferring of the method of social return on investment. For further information visit

The Web2LLP project aims to boost the dissemination strategies of Lifelong Learning projects resulting in more coherent, participatory and sustainable project activities in the European lifelong learning area. For further information visit

The collaboration promotes and sustains the respective projects’ activities, and in particular, supports the evaluation of the training material, and the exploitation of project outcomes.  It is also  effective for sharing knowledge, exchange good practices and learning from other LLP project experiences.


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