Fit for E-Commerce

Teaching vocational students e-commerce skills.

Agenda for Bayreuth meeting

What to expect for the Bayreuth meeting

See the agenda for the upcoming meeting in Bayreuth. The main task will be to setup online shops during the project work.

Initial Project Meeting with students Dobruska (Czech Republic)

Students and teachers talk about project tasks

Dear all, in Dobruska, Czech Republic, we had a meeting with students to get them interested in the project ‘FEC’. It was held on December 5, 2016 in our gym, so every student from 2nd or 3rd grade could voluntarily decide whether to participate or not, whether to bring some effort and get some experience or stay just with a regular system of education. We made a presentation and also told them about the logo competition. Then we gave them some time to think of their real interest and on December 14 we had another meeting, already with the students who wanted to join the project. The result is that from 164 students we have a group of more than 30, approx. half of them study electronics and the second half IT specialization.

New webserver online

FFEC now has its own server

Our project now has its own webserver ready. You will find a copy of our website at these two addresses:

Logo competition announced

Create a logo and win €150

Announcement for the logo competition

Initial Project Meeting

Teachers from participating schools meet in Brixen

As Part of the Erasmus+ Project carried out by the partner organisations Scuola Professionale Provinciale Tschuggmall (South Tyrol), Dobruska (Czech Republic) and the Staatliche Berufsschule II Bayreuth (Germany) ten teachers met to discuss the main milestones of the strategic partnership. The main focus on this partnership is on digitalisation in the context of e-commerce. Despite its economic importance the field of e-commerce and online retailing hardly plays any role in vocational education, so the partners feel this needs to change and thus to make use of innovative training methods which are learner-based, practically oriented and hands-on instead of theoretical. Thereby the students should be trained to make meaningful use of digital technologies to open up new employment possibilities for them.

Project launch

application approved by German national agency NABIBB

This article contains

  • German national agency NABIBB has approved our application
  • SPS el-it Dobruska (Czech Republic), Landesberufsschule Tschuggmall Brixen (Scuola Professionale Provinciale Tschuggmall di Bressanone, Italy) and Staatliche Berufsschule II Bayreuth (Germany) will cooperate in the project
  • a description of how the application was prepared