Digital Literacy for Data Security and Digital Identity

The main objective of the project is to enhance students’ digital literacy in the fields of data security and digital identity, second aim is learning English by method of CLIL. In view of these primary objectives, this project will help to raise students’ employability.


In February 2016 there was a preparatory meeting of teachers and project managers involved. This meeting was held at the vocational school in Rakvere. Teachers and project managers spent 3 days working on application form.

From 5.10.2016 to 7.10.2016 there was a transnational project meeting (kick-off meeting) of all teachers and project managers involved in the project. 

During this meeting we made general agreements regarding the organization of the project as well as didactic implementation of project units.

Furthermore, there was an official inauguration of the project at the vocational training college in Wipperfürth.


Transational project meeting for the mid-evaluation, preparing interim-report and dissemination took place from 15th to 19th of May 2017. During thus meeting both project managers, Katre Lomp and Sabine Hoffmann, were invited to attend the First Day of Internationalisation in Estonia in Pärnu. There they participated in a panel discussion about internationalisation of vocational education. They talked about the project and the advantages, challenges and impact of international projects.

Transnational Meeting from 27 June to 30 June

The last transnational meeting for the project took place in Germany. This meeting was attended by all project managers and all IT-teachers involved in the project. In the course of the meeting, stakeholders analysed and evaluated project objectives, cooperation and results, worked on the final report for the European Union and allocated tasks to complete the final report. All stakeholders also worked on the European Results Platform to make sure that all results are published there. All results are now also available to the general public on the project webpage and on Etwinning. Agreements on further cooperation were made.

During the graduation party of some students who were directly involved in the project, all Estonian and German members of staff congratulated students and honored their hard work on the project.


Author: Katre Lomp
Last editor: Hoffmann Sabine