Projects : Implemented projects :

Project "ComInTrain"

ComInTrain: Development of VET language teachers‘ competences in intercultural training.


The aim of the project - to form an international partnership in order to improve language teachers' competencies in intercultural training within language education in VET in order to enhance employability of VET students and prepare them to work in a multicultural environment.

The objectives of the project are:
to provide opportunities for partners to share and exchange best practice among the participating countries in the area of intercultural training in language education;
to do research of the needs of VET language teachers in intercultural training and to create an innovative methodology framework of intercultural competence development in VET language education.
The teaching material developed in the project period will benefit language teachers in the VET sector when teaching their students about foreign cultures and enrich the students with better culture skills.

Project duration: 24 months (01.11.2012 - 31.10.2014).

Lead Partner - Klaipeda State College.

Project Partners: Klaipeda Science and Technology Park and other partners from 5 European countries.

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Testimonials about 10 years of cooperation with KMTP

I can firmly state that KSTP is an institution where the ideas are generated not for remaining on paper or deep in a drawer. They are effectively implemented, there is always a look to the future, and a further road is foreseen to ideas. This is a feature of a solid and responsible institution. As a resident of Klaipėda, not indifferent to the present and, even more to the future, I wish that KSTP as it was, so it also would be one of the most active, dynamic and creative economy engines not only at national level but also at wider spaces.

Mayor of Klaipėda City

Vytautas Grubliauskas

Our active cooperation with KSTP lasts for several years. We together with the Park and geothermal heat plant ‘Geoterma' AB carry out research concerning the use of geothermal water resources of Western Lithuania for balneotherapy, treatment, SPA procedures. We hope that this joint research will encourage making more efficient use of geothermal resources in our country and will help to develop health tourism.

Faculty of Health Science of Klaipėda University

Artūras Razbadauskas