Mobilité professionnelle des apprentis de l'instit..
Mobilité professionnelle des apprentis de l'institut des métiers CMARA 33
Start date: Jun 1, 2016,
End date: May 31, 2017
This Erasmus + project is the promotion of professional mobility of apprentices in the CMARA CFA 33 by providing quality and innovative training. This project involves 2 professional mobilities for apprentices at the end of training (3rd or 4th year of training).First group:Destination: Barcelona, SpainParticipants: 20 apprentices from all training courses and 2 accompanying trainers. We will give priority to apprentices from trades for which it is difficult to organize an internship dedicated (beauticians, butcher caterers, car body, car body painting) because of the low numbers of apprentices and the small number of host companies.Duration: 2 weeks internship in a craft business corresponding to the formation of the apprenticeCalendar: to be defined between January and april 2017 includedPartner: IES ConsultingSecond group:Location: London, United KingdomParticipants: 12 apprentices hairdressers and 2 accompanying trainersDuration: 3 weeks. First week reserved for a vocational trainiong carried out in "The Croydon college" and 2 weeks of internship in a London hair salon.Calendar: to be defined between January 2017 and April 2017 includedPartners: Learn English limited / Croydon CollegeThe main objectives of these European mobility projects are:- To offer professional experience abroad for apprentices- To enhance their professional and language skills and know-being- To enhance the careers of the participants and encourage their post diploma professional integration.- To offer a better quality training for apprentices.The organization of each step of mobility and the educational content of the internship are defined in advance between the different actors of the project (host and sending partner, organizations through, teaching staff of the CFA sending). Participants are regularly informed of the conduct of the project by the referent mobility and more frequently during the period before the internship. The good progress of each project requires a continuous connection between the sending partner and the host partner before, during and after mobility.The activities entrusted to the participants in the host company follow a general program defined in advance and are graduated according to the ease and ability of each participant.The European internship will be validated by Europass and valued by a professional travel diary.The main impact expected for this type of project is that everyone benefits from this experience abroad for further training or to prepare their employability. It also aimed to promote artisanal career projects abroad (whether EU-wide or wider geographical scale).
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