Mobility in Pastry and Bakery II
Start date: 01 Jul 2016,
End date: 30 Jun 2018
The project focusses 36 apprentices in the 2nd and 3rd year of voactional dual system training and 18 VET-staff persons in the baker and pastry handycraft. The VET staff is teaching at the vocational education school Gewerbeschule 3 or is representing vocational training enterprises and members of the school's network. VET staff will be send in 4 flows to France, Austria and United Kingdom. The apprentices will travel in automn 2016 and 2017 in flows of 2-8 persons to partners in France, Austria and United Kingdom. Since 2005 the G3 sends apprentices and VET staff for training periods abroad. The partner network was broaden continously. The G3 agreed with its partners on learning contents and fixed them in learning agreements. These contents correspond to the needs of enterprises providing vocational training in Hamburg and are part of the quality management and developement in vocational education in Hamburg.The project main objectives are:1. apprentices: The main objectives are to obtain special technics and professional knowledge in the partner school/ enterprise, to improve personal and linguistic skills and to develop the ECVET-learning contents (in Lyon and Marseille: french pastry in traditional working handycraft enterprises and in high level gastronomy, pralinés and production of baguette and different french bread; in Vienna: classical tartes, pralinés, petit fours, bread specialities, product presentation , sales in pastry or bakery; in Bournemouth: sales of pastry or bakery products and customer care in English language, in London: Pastry desserts, praliné-production).2. VET staff: The main objective is to obtain special technics, development of new product ideas in pastry or bakery and to get to know other systems of vocational training and teaching methods. Furthermore VET staff should identify new contents for apprentices mobilities and evaluate the existing learning contents with the french partners (in France, Austria and United Kingdom: observation in vocational education school and enterprises).3. access for disadvantaged: The project should encourage apprentices with less recognized school exams and in social difficulties to go abroad for training periods. The following impacts are expected:- upgrading of technical knowledge and skills- upgrading of social and foreign language skills- further development of learning agreements for apprentices- implementation of regular training periods abroad for VET staff and development of corresponding learning agreements- upgrading of didactics and intercultural competences at school and in companies providing VET- upgrading of network on local, regional and european level- continue discussion about transnational vocational education- official recognition of vocational trainings and training periods done abroad (dialogue with guilds, Chamber of Arts and the Institute for Vocational Education of Hamburg (HiBB))- support of sustainable international development of vocational education schools and development of quality managementThe project's impact will be published regularly on the school's website and will be communicated to guilds, chamber of art and to the Institute for vocational education of Hamburg (HiBB).
Get Access to the 1st Network for the European Cooperation