The TA3 (Trans-Atlantic Technology and Training Alliance) is a consortium of leading community and technical colleges in the U.S. and Europe that promotes learning and innovation across borders, supports regional economies, and promotes the value and importance of a global perspective.
The TA3’s mission is to support learning, innovation and exchange among institutions offering pre-baccalaureate technical education, to promote policies and research that support their ability to be effective leaders in regional economic development, and to disseminate lessons learned.
Members take advantage of TA3’s mission and opportunities by attending annual symposiums with cutting edge themes, collaborating on Trans-Atlantic project work and participating in learning and cultural exchange with other members in the network. If you’re interested in becoming a member, receiving the newsletter or attending an event, please contact our team.
Throughout this week we will be showcasing vocational excellence and raising the awareness of the wide range of opportunities available. This newsletter contains information to help make the most of the Week. The plenary sessions of the European Vocational Skills Week Brussels events will be webstreamed! Follow the links below. Wednesday 22 November 2017 ThursdayRead More
TA3 2017 Theme: Crafting new learning environments; Be an entrepreneur of your own future! Powerpoint presentations and photo gallery below Watch a short video of the event here! https://youtu.be/zbB_xJOqD7A The 2017 TA3 Conference in The Netherlands, organised by Da Vinci College and Markiezaat College has adjourned. Many TA3 members from the United States, Denmark, NorthernRead More
UNESCO is the lead agency for the Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), the official follow-up to the UN Decade of ESD (2005-2014). One of the GAP’s five Priority Action Areas focuses on implementing sustainable solutions at the local level. This involves mobilizing local municipalities and communities, ensuring that they haveRead More