CONTEXT OF THE PROJECT VET in EU is facing the need of constant adaptation to the modernization of technologies in global economy. According to European Commission communication “A new skills agenda for Europe” (2016), 40% of European employers have difficulty to find people with the skills they need to grow and innovate. Vocational professions have to be in line with technological and digital progress in industry and economy, which requires modernization of VET through using innovative methods and pedagogic approaches. This includes adaptation of school curricula to the requirements of labor market, education of teachers and educators for the transfer of knowledge and new technologies skills, use of modern technologies and ICT in school practicums, and education based both on theoretical learning and on practical knowledge.