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Faciliter l'Insertion professionnelle des Demandeurs d'Emploi par la Mobilité Européenne
Start date: Jun 1, 2016, End date: May 31, 2018 PROJECT  FINISHED 

GRETA Loire-Atlantique, French adult education organization, wishes to pursue the FIDEME project (Promoting the Integration of the Job Seekers by the European Mobility) for the period 2016 to 2018 with a major goal : improving employability through a European mobility. The target audience of job seekers, learners involved in vocational training of GRETA Loire-Atlantique for internships 4 weeks in the UK and Ireland businesses in the following areas: Construction, Industry, Tertiary -Services, Trade & Distribution, Logistics, Hotels and restaurants. 30 mobilities will be proposed for Dispatching 6 times over the project implementation period (3 groups a year).The partnership is based on two placement organizations : the Center for International Exchange in London / Dublin and INTERNSHIPS IRELAND that will ensure the placement of trainees and monitoring on site. Pôle Emploi International and Regional Council of Pays de la Loire support this project. The human and material resources of the Loire-Atlantique GRETA will be mobilized in order to best prepare and follow these mobilities. Pôle Emploi International will contribute to the preparation, and will provide mentoring of student job seekers at the end of their training, to enhance mobility in a Europass CV, and thus improve their employability. The Regional Council of Pays de la Loire is associated with this project, as training for job seekers assigned to it. Educational training, cultural and linguistic will be provided by the instructor in English GRETA in addition to the online preparation. The main objective of this project is well FIDEME facilitate employability and professional integration of job seekers, assuming that the implementation of a mobility increases adaptability, and can attract the interest of employers.Expected outcomes: employability, professional, cultural discovery, improving English language skills, adapt to another professional context, and participation in a project with a European dimension in order to strengthen the Euro-citizenship. The first years of project implementation (84 trainees between 2011 and 2015) have enabled us to better understand the overall operation of this innovative device for GRETA, and identify areas for improvement: better selection of businesses by intermediate organizations, better monitoring on-site involvement of GRETA trainers and assistants. Corrective actions related to our continuous improvement process (ISO 9001), have been carried out.The acronym FIDEME ("Facilitate Integration of the Job Seekers by the European Mobility") is again used because it symbolizes and now clearly identifies this project. Developments from the beginning, have obviously been implemented, including through the contribution of participants to return to their mobility, and 2016-2018 proposes developments, including opening mobilities in several training courses GRETA. We wanted to keep the name, this identity for a project to be fully integrated into the GRETA training activity.This project is clearly in the European development agenda of GRETA Loire-Atlantique.
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