MoBlend – Educational Resource to enhance Virtual & Blended Work-Based LearningMoBlend – Educational Resource to enhance Virtual & Blended Work-Based Learning

MoBlend brings together 5 partners among organizations active in VET field from Italy, Greece, Bulgaria, Poland, and Croatia. The Covid-19 crisis has strongly affected the economic life and labour market as much as the school life. All forms of education and training, including VET, have been disrupted, with WBL and apprenticeships being the most affected. During the lockdown, distance learning failed to reach between 5% and 20% of beneficiary students in Europe, including those living in rural areas, with poor IT literacy and limited economic means, as well as students with special needs. What are our objectives and how are we going to accomplish them?

  • Support the process of improving the quality of virtual and blended work based learning
  • Promote the inclusiveness of virtual and blended work-based learning
  • Deepen the interest and trust in virtual and blended work-based learning
  • Develop a cross-border and cross sector synergy


“MoBlend” is an OER (Open Educational Resources) aimed at providing the fundamental digital tools and skills to be able to carry out a virtual or blended VET internship. The OER “MoBlend” is based VIDEO PEDAGOGY methodology and it includes a set of video-lessons per each module.

“MoBlend”, in addition to satisfying the general need to provide the skills and tools to carry out virtual WBL, was also conceived to meet other specific needs of the target groups, namely students and company tutors.

INTELLECTUAL OUTPUT 2: Assessement Tool +

The Assessment Tool + it’s an easy-to-use and very accessible Web Tool, which provides in a virtual format the typical tools used by schools to monitor, evaluate, validate and recognize the skills acquired by learners during internships.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.