The first Transnational Project Meeting (TPM) was held in Greece on 23-24 March 2017

The host institution of the first Transnational Project Meeting was Technological Educational Institute of CRETE. The meeting was held on 23-24 March 2017 in Heraklion in Crete Island.

Prof. Dr. Nikoletta RATSIKA, Lect. Dr. Kleio KOUTRA, Assist. Prof. Dr. George KRITSOTAKIS (Technological Educational Institute of CRETE), Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oktay SAHBAZ, Exp. Vehbi Onur DEMIRCILER (Dumlupinar University), Anand Torrents ALCARAZ (M&M Profuture Training S. L.), Prof. Dr. Petra BUCHWALD, Research Assist. Mustafa BILGIN (Bergische Universitat Wuppertal), Ugur ALIC and Mestan KOCA (Kutahya Counselling and Research Center) joined this meeting.

In the course of meeting all the process about the project has been narrated and discussed. Intellectual outputs and related tasks have been shared once again according to the competences of institutions. Ratsika, Koutra and Kritsotakis (TEI of CRETE) who are responsible for the first output of the project made presentations about “Survey and Interview for Student Absenteeism” to the participants. In this context protocols prepared by TEI of CRETE were narrated to the participants and technical details about interviews with the students and other details were discussed and key structure of the task was formed accordingly. The first day of the meeting was over with a welcome dinner organized by TEI of CRETE.

On the second day of the meeting, the other intellectual outputs and related tasks were explained by SAHBAZ (DPU) to the other participants. In addition to these, important details and deadlines about the project were given and some points about the second intellectual output was discussed. The last session of the meeting was organized about financial issues one by one with the participants. After the meetings, ISSA Project team agreed on a date about the second TPM and the meeting finished with the advices of the participants and the general assessment of the meeting.

10 July 2017, Monday - 71 times read