Europejskie praktyki na plus
Start date: 01 Sep 2016,
End date: 31 Aug 2017
The project is aimed to students Vocational School WZDZ in Szczecin who learn to be electricians, locksmiths and hairdressers. The main objective of the project is to support students in learning, professional development, acquisition and use of knowledge, skills and qualifications. These activities are intended to influence their professional development, increase their chances of employment, participation in the European Labour Market. As the result of the project activities the chances of finding employment, not only in the country but also abroad will be increased. While foreign work placements, students will expand their theoretical knowledge of the profession and gain practical experience in it. Young people will learn about the standards and procedures applicable in the European Union. This will definitely influence on their mobility and increase self-esteem as a qualified staff. The foreign training will give the opportunity for young people to practice their German both in written and spoken form. Participation in international internship will enhance the competitiveness of our young people in the labor market. It should be noted that the students will be able to know the rules, needs ,demands of the profession in which they are trained and will have an opportunity to meet with potential future employers. We are confident that foreign internship, implemented at a high level, taking into account EU standards will complement and enhance the quality of work of qualified personnel in our country, especially in the West Pomeranian region, which will contribute to its economic development. In the longer period of time this will also reduce the high unemployment rate in our region. The internship will be implemented according to the agreed program with foreign partners, supervised by professionals from companies in the partner country, as well as the guardians of the sending organization. Our partner will be Vitalis GmbH, Germany.
Get Access to the 1st Network for the European Cooperation