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At MOOC4ALL, we improve and expand the supply of high-quality vocational education and training (VET) opportunities by providing a flexible learning model adapted to individual learning needs (including project-based learning, inverted classroom learning, blended learning, digital mobile learning apps, and others) contributing to the innovation in vocational education and training. Through the development of MOOC4ALL social model for online learning (SMOL) we provide a flexible and high-quality learning process. It is based on materials and courses from leading educational institutions (Harvard, Cambridge, MTU, Oxford, etc.), business companies (LinkedIn, FB, Microsoft, SAP, etc.) and non-governmental organizations (Unicef, WWF, Oxfam, etc.) around the world. Scientifically proven techniques for successful completion of the courses are integrated into the social model for online learning (SMOL).

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In this way, we give access to virtually unlimited opportunities for vocational training and qualification for everyone in Europe. We offer high quality content (developed, proven and provided free of charge on the Internet by various organizations – business, NGOs, universities), integrated into an effective learning process based on research, easy and flexible to include and complete successfully. This experience and successful learning process is suitable for the needs of students and adults with low levels of skills, knowledge and competencies. Anyone with a smart mobile phone can participate and improve their skills as а part of structured learning or in any free moment of their daily lives. In this way we create and provide access to materials and channels for raising the qualification of students and adults with low levels of competence. This will lead to increasing the flexibility of opportunities in vocational education and training students and other learners, in particular in assessing their prior knowledge and skills and motivating them to learn more effectively.

Once upon a time, the world and work are changing fundamentally. Crises (deepening, such as the current one), new technologies, globalization, and an aging population have a profound impact on the type and quality of jobs that are available and the range of skills that are required. Currently, about half of the EU population acquires their first job skills through VET (Vocational Education and Training).

In the past, VET was carried out mainly in specialized schools or craft workshops and provided skilled workers for crafts and industry. Modern VET takes many different forms and offers qualifications for many other sectors (the most popular of which are the services and IT sectors). Combined forms of education prevail, including general education and vocational training. The current focus of the VET development is on training employees to meet the challenges posed by the transition from the Industrial to the Digital Age.

To meet the challenges of the present and the trends of the future in VET, we are developing a flexible innovative social model for learning (SME), which allows successful learning and completion of courses in an online environment through digital technologies. The model allows an instructor, teacher, or mentor in VET to lead a group through a social learning process using any online courses available. The model structures the work and strengthens the social ties between the learners, which helps their successful completion of the learning process.