Learning center



The Learning Center of FEA-VEE project will serve as a centralized hub designed to facilitate user education and skill development. Provides carefully structured and organized resources such as training courses, assessment tools, audio-visual, and other learning materials.

Specifically, this section will include:

  • Reports on needs analysis and assessment of good practices
  • Teaching and learning resources for learners, graduates, teachers and trainers
  • Learning opportunities at a transnational level via study visits
  • Improve the identified areas of weakness in VET excellence

D.2.1. Report

“Sectoral, educational and entrepreneurial current situations and
needs assessment of target groups in the partner countries”

This report describes the current situation of the fashion sector in Europe and specifically in the project partner countries (Greece, Spain, Bulgaria, Romania, Germany and Sweden). The FEA-VEE consortium carried out a desk research and an interview including about 120 stakeholders – sector’s associations, entrepreneurs, VET providers teachers, trainers and learners. The results will serve as a base for the further implementation of the FEA-VEE project.


“Specification of requirements for the Online Transnational Cooperation Platform and content”

This document outlines the results from the work done on task T2.2, which involves specifying the requirements for the Online Transnational Cooperation Platform and its content.

The primary goal is to detail the functions needed for the platform to be deployed on WP3. This aims to provide developers with a clear understanding of the tasks ahead. By gathering data through the examination of existing platforms and conducting workshops with project partners, the necessary sets of information were obtained, which included defining six use scenarios, identifying user stories that led to the creation of four use cases, and ultimately developing a Platform Vision.


“Initial pool of good practices for the online Depository of Good Practices”

This document showcases the outcomes of the efforts dedicated to task T2.3, focused on establishing the Initial Pool of Good Practices (PGP) intended for the online repository of Good Practices. The primary aim was to create a structured collection of Good Practices that reflects the industry’s challenges and current landscape.

This process began with regional-level studies and culminated in a summarized framework. Data collection involved a questionnaire distributed among participating countries, overseen by their respective country leader. The data has been afterwards analyzed, and an organization structure has been proposed and the final PGP has been written following this structure.


This document outlines the outcomes achieved from task T2.4, which centered on creating a plan titled “Agenda of Potential Pathways for innovation and cooperation between partners.” The primary goal was to establish a structured innovation agenda aligned with key funding opportunities available in Europe that align with the project’s objectives.

The process involved initially researching potential funding avenues to expand the FEA-VEE Consortium and Project, emphasizing leveraging the FEA-VEE Platform and its associated innovation prospects. This research was followed by a questionnaire distributed among participating countries, and overseen by each country’s leader. Subsequently, the collected data was analyzed, an organizational framework was proposed, and the final innovation agenda was developed based on this structure.


“Training Materials for Teachers and Trainers”

These training materials intend to equip teachers and trainers with the necessary skills and self-assessment tools to enhance their classrooms according to the latest standards required by the fashion and textiles industry. Furthermore, the materials underscore the importance of sustainability and fostering a green mindset in the industry’s business practices.


“Training materials for students and graduates (skilling – reskilling - upskilling)”

The D 4.2 training materials delves into the core skill types that are indispensable for fashion designers, offering a guide to those aspiring to excel in this field and create fashion that resonates with contemporary trends and consumer demands. Students and graduates will benefit from the training materials by studying the curricula on Labour Market Skills, Sustainability and the Sector, and Green Entrepreneurship. They will also benefit from self-assessment tools to evaluate their own progress.


“Policy Report on Labour Market Skills”

This document presents an overview of the labor market skills requirements and shortages in the project countries. The report presents insights for more sustainable development of the labor markets in terms of labor market skills integration and compliance with the needs of the business.


“Policy Report on Reforms Supporting Sustainability in the Fashion / Textiles Industries”

D 6.2 is based on six policy reports from the FEA-VEE project in six EU countries: Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Romania, Spain, and Sweden. It provides an overview of these countries’ green reforms, identifying key factors for transitioning to sustainable production and consumption, existing challenges, and best practices for greener development.