The Knowledge Centre has envisioned strong collaboration and partnership with other Italian universities and companies working in the education sector. Both are considered potential users (and multipliers) of SHERLOCK’s education programmes. 

Small and medium-sized enterprises (companies) and civil society organisations will work as collaborators, consult on specific needs, and raise awareness on societal issues.  


  • Function as a pivotal information nexus, catering to the needs of businesses, VET providers, and public institutions alike, offering comprehensive resources and insights.
  • Cultivate a vibrant community that encourages the exchange of information, experiences, and innovative methodologies among professionals, fostering continuous learning and growth.
  • Actively engage VET students, professionals, and the wider public, inviting their enthusiastic participation and contribution to our collaborative platform.

Team members

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Lithuanian KC

Led by LEI

Irish KC

Led by NUIM

Slovakian KC

Led by STUBA

Greek KC

Led by EELI

Portuguese KC

Led by LNEG

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