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Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

FACILITATE, FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, THE ACCESS TO NEW SKILLS THROUGH LEARNING MADE IN EUROPEAN ENTERPRISES The Regional Federation of MFR (FRMFR) in Brittany undertakes, in its mission of facilitating networks, 12 MFR located throughout the Breton territory. The 179 young people involved in the Erasmus + program will go to 15 different countries: Romania, Malta, Denmark, Ireland, Latvia, Sweden, Poland, Portugal, Hungary, the Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Finland, Cyprus and Greece. The young people will leave for a month in a company of one of these countries on the spring season of 2016. They are preparing to obtain the technological or vocational “Baccalauréat” in different options: leadership and Management of farms, Service to individuals and Territories, Science and Technology of Agronomy and Life, Leadership and Management of forestry and horse farms, Livestock Dominant system and technician in Sale. The MFR, training Centers in associative status, have signed contracts with the State and the region of Brittany. They aim the alternating training and social and professional integration of young people. As such, an immersion in a European country should allow young people to better adapt themselves to the jobs of tomorrow. Live a new experience, with different professional practices in host countries, while discovering the cultural characteristics guarantee of openness and personal development should enable greater creativity to flourish in our society and European citizens. The project aims to improve youth employability by acquiring new skills carried out within the framework of a reciprocal process of sharing knowledge while being in compliance with the standards degrees. In addition, training masters and mobility referents of each MFR co- construct term objectives for each young person to discover the host company, organization and progress of tasks and responsibilities assigned. Beyond the strictly professional contributions, language learning will help to overcome shyness in practicing foreign languages and facilitate integration into family units or lodging structures. The challenge is that every young person can, after its training course, become a European citizen engaged and proud of it to create the jobs of tomorrow and improving the competitiveness of Europe. SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS IN EUROPEAN EXCHANGES TO IMPROVE OUR EDUCATIONAL AND OUR TEACHING PRACTICES In parallel with the mobility of young people in vocational training, the FRMFR wants to mobilize teachers who have a true educational mission to youth. Their responsibilities are great in the implementation of the mobility project but also in the implementation of alternate training, educational project, monitoring alternation business / MFR and social and professional integration of young people. For this, the FRMFR aims to enable 8 teachers to live a European mobility for a week, to meet the objectives of the movement of MFR which are to boost education and teaching teams by strengthening their capacities and skills to re - update their knowledge to progress and innovate in their practices. Sharing experiences will improve the quality of relationships with European partners and particularly institutions, host companies and social partners to enable recognition of qualifications and skills acquired including non-formal situation. Comparison of training systems is rich and allows us to understand another reality that is taking support on these distancing own practices. Sharing experiences is organized at the FRMFR with the objective of creating a regional cohesion on all matters related to European mobility and thus project in terms of the valuation of these mobilities at events: General Meetings but also days of departmental or national educational groups. The impact for these teachers is to benefit from an increase in skills to better support the mobility of young people and ensure that they are more likely to benefit from this experience and offer existing and new partners coming unfailing support. Faced with the rapid development of our society, education systems need to modernize and adapt themselves to new ways of teaching and learning by taking all the opportunities that the professional immersion, with our European partners, offers our teachers.
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