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Staże zawodowe bez granic
Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The project " Staże zawodowe bez granic " was implemented by Zespół Szkół Powiatowych in Baranowo for 43 participants ( including 9 girls and 34 boys) learning in the following professions : 1. food technologist - 21 students 2. agribusiness specialist - 22 students The main aims, based on the needs of the participants and the participants, schools and employers, were as follows: 1. to improve the quality of practical training at school 2. to enable the acquisition of practical skills, which would turn attractive on the labour market , 3. enhancing growth in language and social skills of participating students , 4. students' personal development, 5. to enable the participants to get acquainted with the requirements of the European labour market, as well as its operating rules. The students took part in: a 20 -hour course of Spanish and a 8-hour cultural preparation and guidance. Students took part in a 4-week vocational training in Granada and Córdoba, Spain. Foreign partner, chosen by the school, participating in the project, provided all the participants with an attractive place for the training , mentoring and an interesting cultural programme . All the activities mentioned above all the results assumed in the application, e.g: 1. the school (the applicant) will improve the quality of vocational training, 2. 43 participating students will raise their professional skills , 3. 53 participating students will raise their language and social skills, 4. at least 70 % of the participants will notice their personal development ( self-esteem, self-confidence , self-reliance , etc. ) 5.at least 70 % of the participants will raise their consciousness to freely choose their place of work have been met. The project has had an impact on its participants, school, employers, local community, local authorities and other subjects in the country and the European Union.
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