Project Management Center

 
Aims of Project Management Center are:
initiate and coordinate inovative national and international projects in Vilnius kooperacijos kolegija (VKK);
offer and perform services of qualification development for companies and social partners.


Main functions of Project Management Center are:
dissemination of information of currently implemented and already implemented projects and their benefits to academic community of VKK;
preparation of proposals of national and international projects;
consultations about implementation of international projects to academic community of VKK;
dissemination of information to foreign institutions about new international projects or programmes;
participation in public procurement procedures for training, studies of possibilities and other services, including preparation of tenders, representation of the college during procurement process before and after contracting;
initiation of creation and implementation of new training programmes for companies and social partners.

National Projects

Currently Implemented Projects
Already implemented projects

International Projects
Leonardo da Vinci project, Nr. LLP-LdV-PLM-2010-LT-0430
 
“Improvement of Practical Skills of Business Information Systems Management graduates in EU countries”
 
Vilnius kooperacijos kolegija together with Žemaitija College are currently implementing Leonardo da Vinci mobility project “Improvement of Practical Skills of Business Information Systems Management graduates in EU countries” (LLP-LdV-PLM-2010-LT-0430).
Vilnius kooperacijos kolegija together with Žemaitija College are currently implementing Leonardo da Vinci mobility project “Improvement of Practical Skills of Business Information Systems Management graduates in EU countries” (LLP-LdV-PLM-2010-LT-0430).
The main goal of the project is to improve the professional skills and general linguistic, social, intercultural competencies of the Information Management and Business Information Systems College graduates by organizing internships for them in the five European countries companies. In spite of the current economical crisis Lithuania has showed positive results in information and intercommunication technology consumption, is successfully developing in the field of electronic public services and sales. It is thought that informational technology sector will be one of the potential Lithuania‘s economic strengths in the near future. However this economical revitalization process and decision making politics mainly rely on the appropriate preparation of personnel. These internships will help to improve professional skills of the graduates in the fields of Information and Communication Systems management. Those internships will also strengthen the graduates’ carrier perspectives and help to develop the business sector expansion.
 
Aims of the project:
 
1.  To introduce the new ideas and convey the subject knowledge to the graduates by using the innovative forms and improve the practical skills in the field of information management by ensuring better employment opportunities.
 
2.  To improve the professional English language knowledge usage in the multicultural environment, provide international communication experience and improve the general analytical thinking, communicative, etc. competencies.
 
Lithuanian colleges prepare Information Management specialists along with companies from Greece, France, Austria and Slovenia take part in this project. The selection of the internship organizations is not made in accordance to their geographical position but upon the appropriateness to implement the aims of the project and internship‘s content.
 
All the receiving institutions relate on the same activities linked to the information management spreading through the accumulation of the various information analysis, interpretation and wide spreading, social links establishment in the virtual environment, active learning by using IT decision making. The partners also share the same project-based activities. For the period of 12 weeks the participants at the receiving institutions will not only be able to gain new ideas, strengthen their practical skills and subject conversance but also improve their language knowledge as well as social abilities in multicultural environment.
 
After the internship graduates will make final reports. In these reports the participants will have to write about the general experience they had abroad, to assess the knowledge they gained during the internship program and submit all of this information to help the elaboration of the innovative ideas generating companies.
 
The graduates will get their internship approving certificates as well as Europass mobility documents from the receiving institutions. The latter documents will serve as evidence about the gained information management competence, let the students honour proposals to the Lithuanian companies upon improving the proceeding and quality standards.
 
 
Schedule of participants’ internships
Nr.
 
Name, surname
 
Country
 
Duration
 
Comments
 
1.
Dmitrij Matiuchin
 
(VKK)
Greece
(“Europeanprofiles”)
22/11/2010
16/02/2011
12 weeks
2.
Alina Kozakevič
 
(VKK)
Greece
(“Europeanprofiles”)
22/11/2010
16/02/2011
12 weeks
3.
Irena Levdanskaja
 
(VKK)
France
(“Afromedianet”)
10/01/2011
04/04/2011
12 weeks
4.
Darius Mikalajūnas
 
(VKK)
France
(“Afromedianet”)
10/01/2011
04/04/2011
12 weeks
5.
Vaidotas Mockus
 
(Žemko)
Austria
(“Inmad”)
03/11/2010
28/01/2011
12 weeks
6.
Inga Papievytė
 
(Žemko)
Austria
(“Inmad”)
03/11/2010
28/01/2011
12 weeks
7.
Eglė Juciūtė
 
(Žemko)
Slovenia
(“Zema d.o.o.”)
07/11/2010
27/01/2011
12 weeks
8.
Rasa Belevičiūtė
 
(Žemko)
Slovenia
(“Zema d.o.o.”)
07/11/2010
27/01/2011
12 weeks
9.
Martynas Alutis
 
(Žemko)
Austria (“Dkommer”)
03/11/2010
28/01/2011
12 weeks
10.
Darius Vilimas
 
(Žemko)
Austria (“Dkommer”)
03/11/2010
28/01/2011
12 weeks

Already implemented projects

With implementation of international projects Strategic Development and Innovations Centre strives to represent VCC internationally, involve students and lecturers into project-based activities, search for partners in international organizations, maintain present partner links and also disseminate the information about the results of the project activities to the college community and society.