European Employment Experiences IV
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2017
This mobility project is aimed, both at students of Accountancy Management and Social and Health Care Vocational Training. These students are from 18 to 20 years old and their characteristics and interests are quite different. In addition, this project is also aimed at the students of the Office Assistant Initial Professional Qualification Programme. They are under age, from 16 to 17 years old; therefore they must be accompanied by a teacher.
This project involves the following stays:
- Cuorgnè, Torino (Italy) 80 days for two students of Social and Health Care Vocational Training.
- Verona, Italy 80 days for two students of Social and Health Care Vocational Training.
- La Valeta, Malta, 80 days for two students of Business Administration Care Vocational Training.
- Cuorgnè, Torino (Italy) two weeks for two students of the Office Assistant Initial Professional Qualification Programme.
A language course and a cultural and pedagogical training will be carried out here at our own school in February and March 2015. This training will last 40 hours and will be given by native teachers; the lessons are out of the ordinary curriculum and will be in the afternoon. The English assistant teacher of our school will be in charge of the English course for the students who will go to Malta. The Italian assistant teacher of the Official Language School of Guadalajara will teach those students who will go to Cuorgnè, Torino and Verona (Italy).
These are the main objectives of these training stays:
- To make education and vocational training more attractive.
- To improve and increase the educational expectations of the students of the Office Assistant Initial Professional Qualification Programme, lowering the rates of their early dropping out of school.
- To increase students' access to the labour market and encourage European work mobility.
- To improve students’ knowledge of Europe and to foster social cohesion through intercultural dialogue.
- To increase transparency and to foster the recognition of the students’ newly acquired qualifications and competences.
- To promote the concept of European citizen among.
Besides the students' qualifications, the project achieves a global dimension as the welcome partners develop their activities in different fields, such as health and social care, integration of people with disabilities, education, environment, sustainable development, art and culture.
We have no students with special needs at present.
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