Medzinárodná odborná prax
Start date: Jun 1, 2016,
End date: May 31, 2017
Our project responds to the needs of the current market economy, which is characterized by the consequences of the economic crisis, high unemployment and the lack of necessary skills for graduates. It places great emphasis on highly skilled employees who connect formal and informal education. It is this intersectoral project, by means of which, our school plans to link theoretical and vocational education in the world. Our project aims to achieve cross-cultural mobility to ensure the improvement of education in the context of inter-cultural awareness. Improving vocational education at our institution motivates new students, thus expanding the educational offer and improving the opportunities for our graduates in the health professions to succeed in higher education and ease their integration into the labor market. The project is implemented by two activities, the first includes ten medical assistant pupils. These pupils will be in the fourth year of their four-year study programme and will increase the interest in their own studies, in which they will achieve above-average results. The second activity includes eight students from higher education in nursing who will be proper students of their third year study programme. Our project is guided by the principles of equality and inclusion of marginal social groups. It also emphasizes the protection and safety of the participants. The learning outcomes which will be achieved by the participants, will be adequately assessed, validated and subsequently recognized by the legal representative and thus included in the school classification of the sending institution. After the end of the project we will provide an open access of the project outputs which will serve the general public at the local, regional and national level. Extensive experience that will be gained by this project implementation plan, will be used for other activities at the international level and for the innovation of the teaching practices, particularly in vocational training.
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