International Business College Mitrovica staff, represented by the College director Mihone Kerolli Mustafa, Academic director Jelena Djokic, and the Business Development department members Gresa Ferri, Natasa Saveljic, and Damir Gashi, took part in a two-day workshop at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, in Greece, as part of the Erasmus+ project IDEA – Inclusive Tertiary Education in the Western Balkans, in line with the activities foreseen under the WP2: titled “Establishment/Enhancement & Operationalization of Accessibility Units.”
The purpose of the two-day workshop was for partners involved to share their views on the state of play of the project, ways to integrate accessibility into educational practice, ensuring that direct engagement of students and staff in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating accessibility units in each of the respective institutions involved in the project.
The workshop was coordinated by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens professor, Dr. Georgios Kouroupetroglou, who opened the workshop by discussing the progress of the IDEA projects, its achievements, and challenges when it comes to the implementation of planned activities and works with students with disabilities. POLIS Head of International Unit and Projects/ Lecturer Mrs. Flora Krasniqi, as the project Coordinator, discussed the mid-term report progress and tasks assigned to each partner, asking to further contribute to the report by sending organized information easy to interpret, which would make a palpable and comprehensive report for EACEA. Furthermore, Mrs. Flora Krasniqi coordinated the planning of the next activity, D2.2.3 “Follow-up Training of Registrar Office, Voluntary Support & Transport Services’ Coordinator,” that was supposed to be hosted by the “EPOKA University” in Tirana.
The above-mentioned International Business College staff members actively supported and participated in all steps of the planning process by suggesting a realistic timeline for all partners involved and what could be done in the near future with upcoming training/workshops.