"Programista - szansa na lepszy start"
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2016
The project "Software developer - a chance for a better start" was attended by 45 IT computer students from Vocational School No. 1 of Joseph Psarski in Ostroleka. 21-day mobility abroad took place at the turn of September and October 2015.
The aim of the project was to increase the professional skills of students and help young people enter the labor market. With the experience gained during the placement of foreign students become much more competitive in the labor market, they increased their occupational mobility and participation in the project helped equalize the chances of young people from the country, which because of geographical origin is mainly agricultural, which also strengthened the region.
Through contact with specific tasks and problems in the workplace, young people gained experience and learned how to respond to the challenges and problems in the workplace. Contact with the latest technologies and practices in the field, with professionals working with different hardware and software than in Poland contributed to broaden the knowledge and skills of students. The main results of the training was to acquire a number of skills including: configuring computer equipment, organization and equipment of the company for processing information and use of processing technologies, web development. By participating in the project, students also developed interpersonal skills and lifted cultural and language skills, learned self-reliance and responsibility for decisions, learned cooperation and competition in the building career paths.
Main results of direct learning:
Acquisition of the following sklills:
a) configuring computer equipment
b) organization and equipping the company for the purpose of information processing
c) the use of computer processing technology
The long-term results of the target group:
- Development of interpersonal skills
- Development of linguistic skills
- Learning self-reliance in making decisions
- Multicultural dialogue
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