Integration of transversal skills in health and
social care, higher education and curriculum
Content made by European universities
Sharing the first output of the project: A Methodological Guide for teaching-learning methodologies of Transversal Skills5 (1)
ITSHEC has started effectively and with a strong spirit of co-creation. We are finishing a deep phase of research about Transversal Skills, whose results will be the epistemic basis of all the tools and materials provided to students, teachers and the health and...
In the ITSHEC project, cooperation and co-creation with the stakeholders involved is elementary. This commitment to involve all stakeholders is strategic as it allows citizens to play an active role in democracy and foster the development of flexible learning...
At the beginning of June (7th to 10th) the Metropolia University Applied Sciences arranged the International Master's Summer School. The topic of the week was “The Social Innovation in Social Work”. Around 50 students and lecturers participated in the...
ABOUT & PARTNERS
The ITSHEC project – Integration of Transversal Skills into Health and Social care, Higher Education and the Curriculum – aims to improve the training of healthcare and social services professionals in transversal skills throughout the undergraduate and postgraduate training journey. ITSHEC is co-funded by the Erasmus+ project of the European Union.
The key competencies that will be addressed are critical and creative thinking, interpersonal/socio-emotional and citizen-oriented skills and learning to learn. These transversal skills are crucial to lifelong learning and continuing professional development (CPD). Additionally, they are essential to promote active and involved European citizenship in civic and social life and will support improvements in a sustainable working environment.