ADMinistrative prOcedures in foreign compaNies
Start date: Jun 1, 2016,
End date: Nov 30, 2017
Ces-Vega Media, Vet-Learners School, has decided to work on this project about mobility for six students in Administrative Procedures with the aim to help them to carry out a placement in a foreign country, so that they could learn new tools, different ways of life, face new professional and personal challenges that will make them grow at both personal and professional level. But also the school wants to extend, update and enrich its formative offer, and with this purpose plans to carry out mobilities for three teachers on formation, so some of the teachers would realize a job-shadowing experience in another VET school to know, by their own the pedagogical and teaching methods, training programs, etc.In order to that, this project gathers the organization, management, monitoring and diffusion, of a placement for four weeks in United Kingdom for students on their the second course(year) of Average Degree in Administrative Procedures, and for two weeks in a school for teachers in the same destination. The fact of carrying out the mobility in an English speaking country fulfils the objective double of improving the skills in the specific field of their studies, administrative procedures, and at the same time to improve their English level, knowledge by means of this linguistic dip, which will contribute to the CV of the participant a great added value because of the importance of this language in the current labour market.The organization of the mobilities will be carried out by the centre, helped by several foreign partner contacted with this purpose, and with whom has already have been in contact by e-mail and Skype. The center will organize the diffusion of the project, so much before to the mobility to announce the project to students and the whole educational community, as once finished the mobilities, to announce the results and to incorporate these to the methodology of the centre. The school will also select participants and assign the grants according to public criteria that will bear with their academic process, the attitude and motivation and the level of languages, rewarding better candidates.The intermediary partner in United Kingdom will collaborate with the school in the research of the companies better adapted in the destination country to host placements of each one of the participants, as well as with the training centre for teachers to fulfil their job-shadowing. They will carry out also an individual monitoring program at the mobility, so that students have always a person of reference in the country of destination to deal with any incident. This partner will be in direct and daily contact with hosting partners to know of the development of the placement of every participant, and to keep the school informed about it, as well as about any incident that could happen, being the first one to solve this situation.The mobility of students is foreseen for March, 2017, so that these four weeks of placement would be the first period of their compulsory FCT’s. Once finished it, they will continue his their placement in the habitual way, back in Spain, and up to complete the total obligatory hours of FCT as the rest of students. Once finished their mobility, students will receive several supporting documents of their experience such us Europass and Internship Certify, that they will be able to attach their CV to increase their possibilities of getting into to the labour market.At this moment begins in the school the diffusion period that includes: personal interviews with the participants to know by first hand their experiences in all the areas, informative meetings to students and all of the educational community with the intervention of participants, meetings at internal level with teachers who have realized the experience to make their colleges know their experience and develop a plan into which to incorporate everything acquired thanks to this experience into the modus operandi of the school.
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