Améliorer l'attractivité des métiers du BTP grâce ..
Améliorer l'attractivité des métiers du BTP grâce à la mobilité européenne
Start date: Jul 1, 2016,
End date: Jun 30, 2018
Mobilité + BTP 2016 is a European mobility project managed by the Coordination Committee of Apprenticeship in the Construction Industry (CCCA-BTP, Comité de Concertation et de Coordination de l'Apprentissage du Bâtiment et des Travaux Publics). The project aims at improving the attractiveness of the construction trades through European mobility.With its enlarged partnership composed by 28 training centers (in the previous project BTP Mobilité + 2014, 2014-1-FR01-KA102-001471, 12 training centers were involved), this project represents a step forward of European mobility in the CCCA-BTP. This is not only in consideration of the bigger partnership, but also in the light of the new collaborations and reciprocity arising between French training centers and the Europeans ones. This project involves two types of public:TRAINEES:A) Apprentices preparing a 'Brevet Professionnel' (Professional Certificate, European Qualification Level 4) with a European component: masonry, electricity, roofing, or painting, HVAC/Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning Installations. These sections will start their training in September 2014 and at least 3 weeks mobility period in another country will be compulsory in their training period. B) Apprentices in public works sector sections (EU qualification level 4 and 3) to increase their employability: the transnational mobility is a real added value for the workers of the public works sector, given the interdisciplinary nature of the dockyards and the international size of this sector's companies.C) Apprentices of painting sections (EU qualification level 4 and 3), a new focus encouraged by the International Association of Painting Contractors (UNIEP).STAFF: A) 15 CFA directors will participate in a one week placement in Germany focused on the exchange of management practices and experiences. B) 30 CFA trainers (2 groups of 15) will participate in 2 activities of 1 week each. These actions will be focused on the exchange of professional teaching practices and on the comparison of French apprenticeship system to another VET system. These actions will tackle with both pedagogical practices and relationship to the learners. The CCCA-BTP hopes that the European experience will then encourage trainers to design mobility projects for apprentices.The main objectives of the project are: - Employability and personal fulfillment of the learner, but also to offer him a concrete experience of European citizenship.- Valorization of the CFA, through the proof of the quality of their training, of their ability to conduct a transnational project.- Develop synergies within the CFA with these exchanges and their participation in the project involving apprentices, trainers and managers.- Valorization of the sending and host partners.- Improve recognition of mobility's outcomes, through a systematic approach focused on the competences, and their assessment.- Implement the ECVET approach. All apprentices are concerned with the on-site assessment of learning outcomes and its validation.The main expected impact is a professional added value. Moreover, the aim is that mobility would be a lever on the motivation and commitment of apprentices for careers in the construction trades. In addition, through this experience, young people become aware of the value of the training which they receive, as they face a different cultural and professional context. Finally, through this immersion, young people understand better the need of learning another language. The expected impacts on the apprentices are: - Personal fulfillment and development: Personal opening another operation, development of autonomy and maturity, self-recognition; - Active citizenship: evolution of personal representations of Europe: through these projects, Europe gets closer to citizens who are often quite distant from it; - Social inclusion and employment: professional skills, employability, language immersion, greater interdisciplinary. These 3 elements overlap the components of the key competencies listed in the Regulation [EU] No 1288/2013 establishing the Erasmus + program. For trainers and management staff, the first two elements are quite relevant; however the development of professional skills is the main aspect of this exchange of practices and experiences.The management scheme is that CCCA-BTP provides coordination, animation, administrative support and pedagogical coherence of the whole project. The CFAs build partnership relations with host organizations; provide logistical and pedagogical organization while monitoring of participants. Mobility Teams are dedicated to this in the CFAs, and an ad hoc steering committee within the CCCA-BTP which deals also with the ECEVT implementation.Regarding CFA staff, the CCCA-BTP is directly in charge of the management.The project will involve 624 apprentices (11 trades and 2 levels of certification) and 45 staff members from 28 CFA, which makes 669 participants
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