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Start date: Dec 31, 2016, End date: Dec 30, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Oviedo City Council and the Consortium schools promote this project with the aim of providing young VET students with qualifications required by the productive system, increasing the chance of employment when their qualification is insufficient or inadequate. The unemployment rate in the city is around 20% this year, and it is essential to support young people of these profiles so that they can access their first jobs, with scientific and technical reinforced skills, and with hands-on business skills, and, In addition, other language skills and key skills that will give them competitive edge in the job market.The Consortium therefore considers that the project responds to this problem and to the needs of students from VET level in these sectors. Based on this situation in the city, and having made an analysis of the results of the previous projects developed KA 1 under Erasmsus +, the Consortium has the following objectives for the project: + Objective 1: To promote labor mobility of VET students that are part of the Consortium through a supplement to their theoretical and practical training received in Spain. Newly qualified students will perform an internship in European companies of their sectors to improve their specific professional qualification, while acquire socio-cultural and linguistic skills in different destinations. + Objective 2: To foster entrepreneurship and openness to new ideas and ways of working, not only from the point of view of the students but also the teachers of the schools of the consortium and of the management. There is a clear determination of the Consortium to deepen the partnership with all partners in the project., Moving therefore towards the internationalization of education in the VET level. They have already taken steps since this is already the third time that this project is submitted with virtually the same partnership. + Objective 3: Bringing the positions between the needs of businesses in the municipality and the profiles and skills of young people, and for that the City project will provide all resources and services of dialogue and collaboration with companies in all municipal areas as well as all public resources of employment and guidance, both on its own and as an employee.EUROEMPLÉATE III Consortium is led by the city of Oviedo, and consists of the following partners: >> IES Pando >> IES Doctor Fleming >> COL Masaveu Foundation >> IES Leopoldo Alas Clarin * Regarding the partner organizations they have been selected as follows: >> 3 intermediary bodies, Euroyouth (Lisbon), European Accademia di Firenze (Florence) and Intern Europe (Belfast) >> Different host companies in different sectors (Florence, Belfast and Lisbon)The project involves the mobility of 20 recent graduates of VET centers. All students have already obtained the degree after completing their Practical Training Module and perform mobility within a maximum period of 12 months, as established by the rules of the program.Professional families covered by the call for scholarchips are: GRAPHIC ARTS (Graphic Arts Printing, Prepress Graphic Arts); ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT (Administrative Management); ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS (electrical and automatic devices, consumer electronic equipment); Mechanical manufacturing (machining, electromechanical installations and maintenance of machinery and driving lines) GASTRONOMY (COOKING and Pastry)The expected results are: >> Reinforcement of specific professional qualifications of newly qualified young people in middle grade FP sectors included in the project. >> In addition to improving the specific technical qualifications it is to promote the acquisition of transversal competences and language; This is essential in an increasingly consolidated European labor market, where demand continually specific professional profiles. For people who do not have job opportunities in Oviedo, the acquiring of these skills can be an open door to a promising future in another EU country. >> The transferable skills that students gain are summarized as: people's initiative, problem solving autonomy, ability to innovate, undertake to work in multicultural environments, adaptability, ETC.
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