NEXT STOP EUROPE
Start date: Sep 1, 2016,
End date: Dec 31, 2017
1.- BACKGROUND: The Mobility Consortium that promotes “NEXT STOP EUROPE” Project is constituted by six schools from small rural cities located in the line between the provinces of Seville, Córdoba and Málaga.- “Aguilar y Cano” VET School, (Coordinator and Sending Organisation - Estepa, Sevilla) - “Flavio Irnitano” VET School (Sending Organisation – El Saucejo, Sevilla)- “Juan de la Cierva” VET School (Sending Organisation – Puente Genil, Córdoba)- “Ostippo” VET School (Sending Organisation – Estepa, Sevilla)- “Francisco Rodríguez Marín” VET School (Sending Organisation – Osuna, Sevilla)- “Sierra Sur” VET School (Sending Organisation – Osuna, Sevilla)The main objective of the “European Development Plan” is to promote the internationation of the schools of this geographic area. With the establishment of the Consortium seeks to optimize the management and administration of the project and maximize its impact in the territory.2.- OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT AND PROFILES OF THE PARTICIPANTS2.1.- GENERAL AND STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES- To raise the attractiveness of the training offer of the schools / - To establish direct lines of cooperation with the labour market / - Incorporate the international dimension to the educational projects / - Achievement of the “Charter of mobility Erasmus + of Vocational Training” in the future / - Promote the use of tools for the recognition of competences and knowledge at the European Level (Europass) /- Fight against radicalisation and xenophobia through the generation of an European conscience and social cohesion. 2.2. - SPECIFIC OBJETIVES- To provide 74 traineeship periods of 90 days in companies abroad (ITALY 58, UK 6, CZECH REPUBLIC 4, PORTUGAL 6). These mobilities are aimed at STUDENTS in the second year of their Vocational Training to perform the obligatory traineeship in companies (FCT) and recent graduates - Developing training periods for the STAFF abroad (JOB SHADOWING)- 16 Mobilities of 5 days in ITALY (4), FINLAND (6), CZECH REPUBLIC (3) and UK (3).3. – METHODOLOGY: Joint project management and optimization of the quality of their activities through synergies. The participation of a company with an extensive experience in the field of mobility projects will help to optimize the management and administration of the Project. We collaborate with EUROPEAN PARTNERS, whose main task is to contribute to there being a perfect harmony between the profiles of the participants and the activities to develop in the host institutions (KEY ACTIVITY). The involvement of partners adds value to the logistical and organizational blueprint.4. - ACTIVITIES: Implementation Period: 01/09/16 – 31/12/17- Dissemination activities to attract participants.- Selection Process of participants.- Preparatory actions before the mobility.- Development of stays abroad.* (FCT) Students and recent graduates : Flow 1 : 11/03/17 – 26/06/17 / Flow 2: 16/09/17 – 22/12/17* Staff: Period 1: 01/04/17 – 26/06/17 - Continuous evaluation at the end of each flow.- Final evaluation of the project.- Dissemination of Results and Closing activities.5.- DESCRIPTION OF RESULTS AND IMPACT5.1 IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND RECENT GRADUATES: Academic and Professional field (improving the level of employability and academic skills), Personal and Cultural field (values of European citizenship, adaptability, future prospects, autonomy...).5.2.- EXPECTED IMPACT ON STAFF: improvements in teaching performance (indirect impact on students), their involvement and ownership of the European perspective as a strategic school line.5.3.- IMPACT ON COMPANIES MAKING UP THE CONSORTIUM: Mobility incorporated as a permanent strategic part of its education project (European Development Plan). It is estimated that the Consortium gets in contact with more than 100 European partners.5.4 IMPACT ON EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY: It is expected that the number of young people interested in participating in mobility experiences will grow.6.- DISSEMINATION AND COMMUNICATION: Implementation of COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION GLOBAL PLAN developed by the Consortium. KEY ACTIVITY if we have in mind that the impact of the project activities depends of its efficiency.7.- LONG-TERM BENEFITS. SUSTAINABILITY: Participants expected effects go beyond the strict implementation period. The assessments carried out on students and recent graduates of the ERASMUS + experience will encourage other young people to participate in mobility projects.The quality of training will be higher with staff participation working together with other European teachers (innovative methodologies).
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