Webinar WaTT in STEaM Tuesday 15th September 2020 from 14:30-16:30h

Dear Innotecs partners


We would like to invite you to the webinar “How to involve more women in STEM subjects (in companies)?”

The webinar will take place online on September 15th   from 14.30h – 16.30h.


The webinar is an initiative of the Erasmus project WaTT in STEaM with INNOTECS project partners (see Annex). We will present you two great speakers from Iceland.

They will give their view on how to involve more women in STEM areas.



“How to involve more women in STEM subjects (in companies)?” Online on September 15th - 14.30h – 16.30

14.30 Introduction by Manfred

Fifth annual conference 19th October 2020 online version

Dear INNOTECS members and friends,


Please make a reservation for the scheduled online meeting already, since our Fifth annual conference will be an Online version.

Although we hoped to meet you all somewhere in Europe, we are sure that you understand that we want to avoid all risks for you and your colleagues.

Covid-19 has implications for the program of our conference, but will not influence our friendship and our intentions to work together in projects, exchanges and sharing information.



We are very pleased to invite you to the INNOTECS Conference 2019: “Bringing Industry and Training together”.


This year we will meet in beautiful Porto from 20 to 22 October.

The conference offers a unique opportunity for sharing inspiring practices in technical education and training by valuable networking, a company visit, round table discussions and finding new project partners.


Please register for the INNOTECS study visit using the link below:


Fileprogram Innotecs 2019 Porto

INNOTECS News - Now it’s official!

Innotecs is now an official association

Just around New Year the Secretary general and the Trasurer of INNOTECS gathered for visiting the notarys office in The Hague. The statutes of the official association INNOTECS were to be signed. “As an International network we very much need to take the next step and become a legal entity and establish our network as an official association” says Marko Kemppinen, Chairman of the board.

INNOTECS started as a project supported by Erasmus+ funding, and after the project period ended, the network had grown strong enough to continue as an independent

Cooperation across the Atlantic

Cooperation across the Atlantic

INNOTECS and TA3 (Trans-Atlantic Technology and Training Alliance) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in February this Spring.

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.

By the Memorandum of Understanding the two associations acknowledge each other and will resolve to strengthen collaboration between the

INNOTECS Conference 2018

Dear INNOTECS members,


It is a pleasure to pre-announce our next INNOTECS conference.


The board decided in its February meeting to add another half a day to the conference to bring more benefit for the members, so make sure you SAVE THE DATE.

In the meantime we are preparing a very interesting academic program with a (technical-) school visit and a company visit


The draft program 2018 Lake Como (Italy)


  • Monday October 22                : evening Welcome drink with friends
  • Tuesday October 23               : Conference day 1
  • Wednesday October 24          : Conference morning day 2*

Thessaloniki Innotecs seminar

Before the EfVET2017-conference in Thessaloniki, Innotecs members gathered to attend Innotecs seminar at MET hotel on Wednesday 25th of November.

Innotecs very first General Assembly addressed the history of Innotecs, report from the Treasures and the proposal of official status of Innotecs after first of January 2018.





After our General Assembly,  representative of IEK Delta Studies Thessaloniki gave us a short introduction of her school, which we visited after the seminar.


Professor Giorgos M. Papadourakis from Technological Educational Institute of Crete, presented an