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Vers un projet de coopération pour une formation professionnelle européenne
Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The FRMFR is applying for its 4th VET mobility project through the Erasmus+ program. The consortium counts today 11 MFR involved in the application out of the 12 MFR in the Midi-Pyrénées region. Partnerships have evolved and new european working groups have started to emerge within our partnership: strategic partnership on new skills needed in rural areas, ECVET workgroup. Today, not only can we offer quality workplacements for the learners and employees throughout Europe but we can also consider setting up partnerships and collaborations on common VET topics. We are therefore applying for 256 mobility grants so that more learners and staff can take part in this new project. The learners who will benefit from the workplacements are all studying in VET secondary schools (french level V and IV) in various business sectors: agriculture, health and social care, retail, environment, hospitality and catering, agricultural equipement. The employees who will benefit from the professional training abroad can be trainers or any staff involved in VET. Thanks to a qualitative preparation involving our european and local partners and using european documents (Europass CV and cover letter, languages passport), the particpants will define their own training goals depending on and related to the curriulum (learners) or the european development plan (staff). For the learners, the workplacements last 3 weeks on average, the quality of these workplacements depends on the relationship established with the tutors and other european partners. Back from their workplacements, the learning outcomes wil be evaluated using the european and national certificates (Europass, languages passport, CCF). The expected results for the learners are: personnal and cultural development, new professional and linguistic skills; enlarged social network, better professional integration. For the staff, the expected results are: better knowledge of VET systems throughout Europe, pedagogical innovations, enlarged vision of what is at stake regarding VET in Europe. The expected impact on the VET schools is to work together towards european VET system.
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