Estonian e-Vocational School
The Estonian e-Vocational School was founded in 2005 in cooperation of six professional education institutions, 31 vocational education institutions, the Ministry of Education and Research and the Estonian Information Technology Foundation to promote lifelong learning under the principles of regional development and in the framework of ten thematic networks. It functions under the Estonian Information Technology Foundation and is financed by the membership fees, the state budget and by Measure 1.1 of the EU’s Social Fund.
In 2006, the Estonian e-Vocational School had been financed with a total of € 63,911 since 2005. Together with the Estonian e-University, it is one of the two main consortia of EITSA. The e-Vocational School consortium accounts for 68 % of the total number of students of the e-Learning Development Center member schools.