Key facts

Project title: ivBPM (VET for Business Process Management on Interactive Board)

Website: ivbpm.bicero.com

Programme: Erasmus+ KA2, Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, Strategic Partnerships

Project number: 2015-1- BG01-KA202-014348

Project duration: 14 October 2015 – 13 September 2017



Online courses:


Enhancing digital integration in learning, teaching, training and youth work at various levels.


This project proposal aims to introduce the Business Process Management (BPM) model in vocational schools in Bulgaria, and the elaboration of new and dedicated curricula for engineering students, assisting them on their path to the labour market.

Considering the detailed realisation of this project idea, it will aim to achieve the following specific objectives:

  • Enhancing the necessary conditions for business development in students with an engineering profile and background.

  • Improving teachers' competences for the elaboration of new internationally based curricula for BPM and labour market realisation models.

  • Introducing digital lessons for VET education, based on BPM with labour market competences for interactive white boards.

The project targets students and graduates involved in the vocational education process in professional schools with an engineering profile, and teachers who have teach aspects of Business Management and the Labour Market, together with tactics for realisation.

Indirect stakeholders are experts from the Ministry of Education and Science, representatives of academia and universities using the BPM model, and regional or national industry and business. These groups can't be considered final beneficiaries, but such target groups are often long-term executors of the results of such specialised curricula, together with students with targeted competences.

Planned results/specific objectives

  1. New educational curriculum for BPM and labour market skills, dedicated to students.

  2. Training of teachers combining short-term physical mobility (one week) with four months of virtual training.

  3. Project website.

  4. Evaluation and recommendations for involvement of the public and other stakeholders.

  5. Valorisation and exploitation plan.

  6. Dissemination of the project results among local and national media (e.g. publications and similar), a peer-review report and introduction of an event-tracking tool developed by the leading partner.

  7. Quality and evaluation plan, including a SWOT analysis.