European mobility: from learning to employment
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2017
The goal of ADICE, and of this project, is to ensure the social and professional development of the learners (including those with fewer opportunities), by participating in a valuable mobility experience. ADICE considers the mobility as a tool allowing the development of technical, transverse and social skills favoring the access to the labour market. Furthermore, the labor pool of the Lille metropolis, and Roubaix-Tourcoing in particular, is characterized by a strong unemployment rate and by an existence of districts enclosed socially and economically, which underlines the relevance of the activities of ADICE and this project.
The project is planned for two years, from the 1st of June 2015, and plans the sending of 35 participants, in mobility for purposes of learning, in the eligible countries of the European Union planned in this project: in United Kingdom, in Malta, in Italy, Ireland, Portugal, Austria, Germany, Spain, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Iceland and Greece.
The mobility project will be internships in a company or in a non-profit organization for 3 months, 6 months or 10 months, among the partners or with their local network.
The project also plans 3 mobility projects for the staff of the vocational training, for the activities of education and training, in Spain, in United Kingdom and in Italy for one week.
In this project, ADICE will accompany people in vocational training as well as members of their staff. Furthermore, ADICE is in the course of request of accreditation of training institution with the prefecture of the North, what should be granted during year 2015.
The placements will be organized and defined according to the experience, the field of activity, the professional project, the needs, the expectations in short and long term and the profile of the participants. Indeed, ADICE’s goals are to promote the European mobility, to fight against discriminations and to promote people with fewer opportunities at a social and professional level. Our public is diverse and our projects are opened for all learners of the region, without any discrimination, any level of studies is required or limited age. Moreover, we consider that our projects are not characterized by a destination or a duration, but is more set up according to the objectives and profile of the participant. Applications are thus estimated with regard to all these criteria and on the coherence of the project of the person.
At the level of the European partners, we work on one hand with intermediate structures able to organize the mobility of the participants and their staff, and a support for the participants with more difficulties. On the other hand, we also work more and more directly with company, selected especially for a mobility project or having already welcomed our participants within their structures.
Our partners' network is characterized by a geographical, linguistic and economic diversity (Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Poland, the United Kingdom, etc.) and a plurality of sectors adapted to every public (social, tourism, sale, communication, etc.) and of types of structures (companies, associations) Every partner, whether it is a direct structure or intermediate structure, is in charge of providing a quality placement (within its structure or with one of his local partners), and if possible the accommodation and the language courses (if the project is done outside the countries where the official language is English, French, Italian, German or Spanish). Also, the partner has to provide a quality tutoring and an evaluation at the end of the project. The diversity of the partners allows us to answer to the majority of the requests of the candidates. Indeed, we are able to provide internships as well as in companies as in associations, in a large scale of professional sectors.
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