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Start date: 01 Jun 2016, End date: 31 May 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

With this project we want to give our students the possibility to fulfill their obligatory internships within the EU. Participants shall deepen their existing knowledge and also gain new competencies. New methods from other countries will be introduced to classmates during lessons. The following points can be determined as main objectives :• growth of competencies• improvement of professional, social and also methodical competencies • taking ober best practice examples• additional value in verbal skills• cross-cultural competenceIn this year 21 participants will fulfill their internships in England, Ireland, Malta and Sweden. At this time all participants allready have finished fourth year of "HLW des Kärntner Caritasverbandes" focused on social management and social care. Everybody allready has theoretical knowledge and practical experience. All internships will be fulfilled in social institutions like Kindergarten, special-care homes or child and youth care. They are mostly about getting to know daily business, working methods and working flow as good as possible. These experiences from many different countries will be presented, discussed and considered critically during upcoming lessons. Due to a multiplier effect this will lead to a enormous spread of knowledge. For administrating this project instruments like Europass and recommandations and ECVET-Documents will be used. These instruments shall prove qualitiy and a high ratio of achievment of goals. Personal Assessment is mainly considered as an instrument for critical self reflexion for students and to analyze wheter goals could be achieved or not. This schould be a good base for future projects on a high quality level. There should also be a gain in cross-cultural competence and multlingualism so that students can improve their vocational education and generate advantages when entering the labor market.
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