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INQA Poolprojekte - duale Ausbildung zur Fachkräftesicherung
Start date: Jun 1, 2016, End date: May 31, 2018 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Under the two-year project 200 participants will participate in internships abroad.Target group: apprentices in dual training in crafts and industry (SMEs)The attracting of the participants takes place nationwide via the contacts to companies, vocational schools and network partners.The apprentices will also be contacted directly at fairs and events.The first mentoring of the participants will be made in person or by phone. After the submission of application documents, the organization of the internships begins. The learning arrangements will be developed with the company trainers, participants and possibly teachers. The linguistic, intercultural and organizational preparation is carried out personally (monthly meetings) and via Skype.The trainees work in enterprises abroad (full time) and stay with host families. The duration can vary between four and 12 weeks.The selected partner in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Spain, France, London and England are known from previous projects. On request, other countries such as Sweden and Italy are possible.During the visits, the supervision of participants is carried out by the mentors in the company (in person), the project partners (in person) and members of IZAG (24 Emergency telephone + email).After returning:- Reporting of participants- Individual evaluation with participants, trainers and partners- Dissemination of results- Award of the participantsThe learning stays are tailored to the individual needs of participants. The learning outcomes of the individual participant is important. The project is intended to ensure that the participants:- Improve labor market opportunities- Acquire and improve language skills- Collect job-specific work experience- Develop intercultural skills, learning about other cultures- Expand knowledge of social mediaEffects on training companies:- Binding of trainees in the company (skilled workers)- Motivated trainees with new ideas and experiences- Image improvement of the professions and the industry (demand in the crafts)- Internationalization of vocational trainingThe expansion of the network of national and international partners and the application of the developed ECVET instruments are also part of the project.
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