KA2 Cooperation partnerships

Erasmus+ is the programme financed by the EU to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.

Järva County Vocational Training Centre has more than a decade of experience in the following two areas:

Key Action 1 (KA1): Learning Mobility of Individuals (aka apprenticeship, work practice, work placement)
Key Action 2 (KA2): Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices (aka cooperation partnerships)


Embrace dementia in an online environment

Dementia -  Embrace dementia in an online environment

Erasmus+ project 2021-1-BE02-KA220-VET-000025664

Project duration: 01/01/2022 – 31/12/2023 
Project budget: 220.144€ 
JKHK's budget: 22.388€

CVO HIK, Belgium - lead partner
Järvamaa Kutsehariduskeskus (JKHK), Estonia 
Centro  Integrado de Formacion Professional Lorca, Spain 
ROC Mondriaan, The Netherlands 
Katholiek Onderwijs Vlaanderen, Belgium 
Escola Profissional do Minho, Portugal 
Stichting Landelijk Platform Odensehuizen, The Netherlands 

Through this project we want to upscale the digital skills of teachers and trainers in both the formal and non-formal sector so that they are able to develop qualitative interactive online teaching modules that contribute to a culture of lifelong learning. 
The developed modules focus on the theme of dementia in society. By doing so, we want to improve the quality of the existing care training programmes in the formal VET and the training programmes in the nonformal sector and adapt them to the increasing demand from society for quality education on this theme.  

With the actual modules that will be developed through the implementation of this project, we are primarily aiming at family caregivers (20 persons) in the home environment of and the caregivers in training (80 persons) for the care institution for people with dementia. 
The aim is twofold: on the one hand, to give these target groups a better understanding of the manifestation of dementia so that they can cope better with this condition and be better prepared and, on the other hand, to provide them with insights into the kind of care, guidance and support people with dementia need both in their home environment and in a care facility.  

What the teachers/trainers have learned in their training, they will also effectively apply in developing three different high quality interactive online modules that will all be developed around the theme of dementia and evaluated by the end users within the context of this project.  

Dementia MOOCs now available HERE.


For testing the MOOCs, take a look at the modules and fill in the questionnaire!

Module 1.1Dementia. What is it? What is it to have it? And how to recognize it?

JKHK's topic is Module 1, LO 1: To identify different types of dementia and severity levels

Student's feedback

teacher/tainer's feedback


Module 2.2Supporting, guiding and caring for people with dementia

JKHK's topic is Module 2, LO 2:  To provide professional care and support psychosocial wellbeing in an institution during the early stages of dementia, focused on physical and leisure activities (including care for physical environment)

Student's feedback 

Teacher/tainer's feedback


Module 3: Empowerment around dementia

JKHK's topic is Module 3, LO 6: To understand which specific factors needs to be taken into account in the care for people from minority groups like people with intellectual disabilities, multimorbidities

Student's feedback

Teacher/tainer's feedback



Meetings, trainings:

TPM05 Lorca, Spain 24-25.10.2023

TPM04 Den Haag, The Netherlands 31.05-1.06.2023

LTTA02 Lorca, Spain 13-17.02.2023

TPM03 Braga - Portugal 8-9.11.2022

TPM02 Paide, Estonia 28-29.06.2022

LTTA01 Brugges, Belgium 26.03-1.04.2022

TPM01 Geel, Belgium 24.-25.02.2022