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Dobra praktyka to dobrzy fachowcy.
Start date: 01 Jun 2016, End date: 31 May 2018 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Within this project 2 groups of 16 students specializing in highway engineering and 20 students specializing in landscape architecture, as well as 4 teachers - counsellors from the Complex of Vocational Schools nr 1 in Kielce will take part in a trip to the BFW Training Center in Frankfurt on the Odra river as part of vocational training. 2nd and 3rd class students will participate in the project.The partners of the project are: The Complex of Vocational Schools No 1 in Kielce as a Beneficiary, and the Company of Vocational Training Promotion of the Berlin Brandenburg Building Industry Union in Potsdam as a Partner.The aim of the project is to revive the activity in the building field and other fields concerning building industry. The project aims to develop both the vocational skills of the participants gaining workshop experience abroad, and personal and language skills. It also aims to broaden the participants’ horizons and become familiar with working conditions in Germany.While staying in Germany the participants will gain both vocational and intercultural competences, as well as knowledge and skills which will be useful in their future career. All skills and abilities will be developed during vocational training in accordance with German methodology, under the supervision of experienced teachers - instructors. The participants will have a chance to know different cultural and language environment.Before vocational training participants will take part in 65 –hour training on language, culture and education. They will learn German vocational vocabulary. The partner group agreed on 14-day training and decided about the curriculum content, taking into consideration both the students’ abilities and the core curriculum content.The trip has been planned for May 2017. The training will take place in a specialized Center of Vocational Training in Frankfurt on the Odra river. The training is integrally associated with the students’ Polish ‘educational path’.Observations will be constantly made during the training and documentation such as tests, reports, photos of courses, exercises and workshops will be carried out. Progress during the project implementation will be assessed systematically through reports, surveys, questionnaires, notes carried out by the Project Team and the Coordinator. If any problems occur, corrective action will be taken immediately.Surveys and diagnostic tests testing the participants’ knowledge will help to conduct the project evaluation. The following people will be engaged in the evaluation of the project: the Project Coordinator, the Project Team, teachers responsible for language, educational and cultural training, and on the Partners’ part : foreign affairs and innovation Manager, Instructors from the BFW Center. After completing the Project the results and their influence on the participants will be monitored for one year in order to test the impact of foreign training on their comprehensive development. Will they be able to use gained knowledge? Our school would like to establish a long-term cooperation with the partner institution in order to do other common projects in the future.The Beneficiary hopes that the implementation of the Project will raise the Beneficiary institution’s prestige in the region. All participants will get certificates Europass - Mobility, which confirm completing a language course, and certificates confirming vocational qualifications achieved during the training in Germany. In addition, all participants will get trainee’s register including the list of tasks performed during the training, which will also confirm skills and qualifications they achieve.The Beneficiary has worked out and will introduce the ECVET system to the project. Counsellors from the host institution under the agreement of the Counsellor from the sending institution (in accordance with the Agreement on the Teaching Programme) will assess all competences and skills gained individually by each participant, and write them down in the evaluation record. On the basis of the above record students will be given certificates which means they will complete compulsory vocational training in Poland.The participants of the training in Germany will gain useful knowledge and skills, necessary for their future career. They will expand vocational and cultural competences and become more competitive and flexible on the labour market. They can continue education at universities (e.g. universities of technology).
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