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Leonardo da Vinci Programme PDF Print E-mail

RENOVA project is funded with support from the European Commission, within the Leonardo da Vinci Programme.

The Leonardo da Vinci Programme funds projects in the field of vocational education and training. The persons who can benefit from the programme range from trainees in initial vocational training to persons who have already graduated, as well as VET professionals and anyone from organizations which are activating in this field.

Leonardo da Vinci enables organisations in the vocational education sector to work with partners from across Europe, exchange best practices, and increase their staff’s expertise. It should make vocational education more attractive to young people. The programme also boosts the overall competitiveness of the European labour market, by helping people to gain new skills, knowledge and qualifications.

Innovation projects are essential to the programme; they aim to improve the quality of training systems by developing and transferring innovative policies, courses, teaching methods, materials and procedures.

Project Overview PDF Print E-mail

RENOVA is a Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation project which belongs to the Lifelong Learning Programme, supporting participants in the acquisition and the use of skills and qualifications for professional development in the health management domain. RENOVA mainly addresses members of the nursing-practice community who want to develop organisational and managerial skills. The project prepares and deploys training silos organised in Poland and Romania, based on the transfer of French experience and expertise to facilitate face-to-face and eLearning sessions.

RENOVA is creating an instructional framework for this professional group that will enhance its labour mobility for its members as well as their professional development, committed as it is to develop professional skills according to the labour market needs as set out in 'New Skills for New Jobs'.

Project Management Team PDF Print E-mail
Mihaela Coman
Mihaela Coman Mihaela Coman

Mihaela Coman

Mihaela Coman is the project manager of SIVECO who is coordinating also the activities within the RENOVA project. In parallel she is coordinating other European and International projects within SIVECO. Her previous professional experience includes a position as shareholder within a consultancy company where she was also commercial manager , a project manager position within a telecom company for which she coordinated projects in the security field for The Romanian Border Police, The Inspectorate for Emergency Situations (belonging to The Romanian Ministry of Interior). She also worked as an account manager in a consultancy company, managing the business relation between important companies like Thyssen Krupp, Finmeccanica, Kongsberg and the Ministry of Defense from Romania. The Department of International Relations from the Minstry of Defence is another place where she worked for about 5 years.


Outcome PDF Print E-mail

As the aim of the project is to develop project-based learning/training models for management and organizational training of student and professional groups of different levels and qualifications from the health domain, there will be conducted pilot training studies with groups from medical schools and colleges that offer nurse education in Romania and Poland. The pilot trainings will use the scenarios prepared by TEHNE and apply and modify them in realities of a given state.

While working with students on real life/real time projects, trainees will be asked to actively and creatively contribute to the solutions of given situations or cases. By the help of a virtual learning environment, students will be able to work in teams, communicate and share knowledge and results.

The results of the process will be aggregated into a learning portal.


The Pilot in Romania will deploy in one educational unit in the Health Sector (UMF Carol Davila) and will follow the training scenario that the partners will agree upon.
The Pilot in Poland will deploy in Central Chamber of Nurses and Midwives and one of the Medical Universities in Poland.

The pilot training  in Romania and Poland will follow the down-mentioned steps:

  1. Selection of certified trainers (Poland 4 trainers, Romania 4 trainers) – will be done by the project partners
  2. Selection of trainees (mainly nurses): in Poland nurses will be selected in collaboration with the Central Association of Nurses and Midwives through an open call; in Romania with the help of Carol Davila university; estimated number of trainees in each country: 100 persons (60 in Romania, 40 in Poland)
  3. The course will have 4 modules and the duration of the course will be 76 hours: 40 hours face-to-face and 36 hours online
  4. Certification: in Poland there is no need of certification; in Romania, the Midwives Association of Romania is in charge.
  5. Evaluation