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Apprentissage de la mobilité, découverte professionnelle et culturelle, et autonomisation des apprentis préparant un diplôme de niveau IV ou une Mention Complémentaire
Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The CFA has long understood the challenge of an international expansion of its activities and now wants to strengthen its role with very smalls companies with which he used to work but also increasingly with supermarkets in the private sector.Recall that local authorities are now stakeholders in the training of apprentices also in the public sector and therefore likely to integrate the international dimension of vocational training.The objective is of course to combat youth unemployment by improving the quality and supply of apprenticeships across the EU, thanks to a broadly-based partnership between the major stakeholders in the fields of employment and education. Thanks to this policy, employers who are looking for apprentices will be able to find skilled and experienced young people in France but also everywhere in Europe in sectors with a lack of skilled people (Catering for example).Above and beyond the development and diffusion of the apprentices’ individual skills, mobility also has a great impact on companies which need to be aware of the techniques and skills available elsewhere in Europe and the world.For the CFA, the challenge is to develop and strengthen a network of European partners for apprentices to make its structure more attractive. Craft companies and employers also have a role to play in promoting apprentices mobility. They will benefit, for some of them, a real feedback and a possible opening to exportation, source of new markets.The work placements of two weeks in EU companies seem currently the most suitable to the students and sending companies as part of an apprenticeship for young people preparing a bachelor in the fields of catering, food or hairdressing sectors.Back and forward, welcome students with the same level of qulification will be possible in the companies of Corrèze and in equivalent jobs. Reciprocity must become a common practice and registered as such in the process.CFA wants for now to maintain the objective of sending pairs unaccompanied.The 44 apprentices included in the project must face new experiences; These learners, usually reluctant to geographical mobility, and most of them for the first time abroad, must strengthen the use of a foreign language (English mostly) The objective is to try to empower them by making them independent in a new environment and allowing them to discover new skills.By putting learners forward, Apprenticeship and more generally alternating vocational training, companies as a whole through these devices, make people being aware that the CFA is a real added value in terms of know-how of course but more and more in terms of life skills and european citizenship.
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