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Date du début: 1 sept. 2016, Date de fin: 30 sept. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

1.- CONTEXT: The National Mobility Consortium, that promotes the Mobility Project “BRIGDE TO EUROPE”, consists of five VET Schools from four municipalities of the “Campiña de Sevilla”, a rural and agricultural region.- “López de Arenas” VET School (Shipping Company- Marchena)- “Alarifes Ruiz Florindo” VET School (Shipping Company - Fuentes de Andalucía)- “Al Andalus” VET School (Shipping Company – Arahal)- “Castillo de Luna” VET School (Shipping Company – La Puebla de Cazalla)The consortium was established with the primary objective of promoting internationalization, not only of schools that compose it, but of all those who make up the educational community of the region. The EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT PLAN of the Consortium stands as a strategic document and framework for action.2.- PROJECT OBJECTIVES AND PROFILES OF PARTICIPANTS2.1. – OFFER 67 MOBILITIES FOR VET STUDENTS AND RECENT GRADUATES Internships in European companies for 90 days: ITALY 46, UK 4, CZECH REPUBLIC 9 AND PORTUGAL 8).2.2 Develop training of personnel abroad (Job shadowing)18 Mobilities of 5 days duration in ITALY (5), FINLAND (5), UK (4), PORTUGAL (2) CZECH REPUBLIC (2) with the participation of a total of 18 teachers and principals of VET schools. Students without work experience, who live with their parents, have a low languages level and have never travelled abroad, form the majority profile. The most requested DESTINATION for this profile is ITALY.3.- METHODOLOGY : Joint project management and optimization of the quality of their activities through synergies . The participation of a company with 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 create 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 AND SCHEDULEPREVIOUS STAGE: Creation of Consortium, Working Definition of equipment and Erasmus Committee. Definition and design stage. 4.1. – INTERNSHIPS IN FOREIGN COMPANIES (VET STUDENTS and RECENT GRADUATES) STEP 1: Dissemination to attract participants (01/09/16 – 14/01/17) / STEP 2 : Selection of Participants (01/12/16 – 15/02/17) / STEP 3: previous actions to Mobility (16/02/17 – 10/03/17) / STEP 4 : Stays Abroad (11/03 – 25/06/17) / STEP 5: Final evaluation (26/06 - 10/09/17)/ STEP 6 : Final Dissemination of Results and Closing (11/09-30/09/17)4.2. - STAFF TRAINING ABROAD (JOB SHADOWING) / STEP 1: Dissemination to attract participants (01/09/16 – 30/01/17) / STEP 2: Selection of Participants (01/12/16 – 28/02/17) / STEP 3: Previous actions to mobility (01/03/17 – 31/03/17) / STEP 4: Stays Abroad (01/04 – 25/06/17) / STEP 5: Final Evaluation (26/06 - 10/09/17)/ STEP 6: Final Dissemination of Results and Closing (11 / 09-30 / 09/17)5. DESCRIPTION OF RESULTS AND IMPACT5.1. - IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND RECENT GRADUATES: Academic and professional plan (improve the level of employability and academic skills), Personal and Cultural Plan (values of European citizenship, adaptability, future prospects, autonomy ...).5.2. - EXPECTED IMPACT ON STAFF: Improvement of teaching performance (indirect impact on students), their involvement and ownership of the European perspective as a strategic line center. 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 comes into contact with more than 65 European partners.5.4 IMPACT ON EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY: It is expected that the number of young people interested in participating in mobility experiences is growing.6. DISSEMINATION AND COMMUNICATION: Implementation of the COMMUNICATION PLAN developed by the Erasmus Committee. KEY ACTIVITY since its effectiveness depends on optimizing the impact of project activities.7. LONG-TERM BENEFITS. SUSTAINABILITY: Expected effects on students and recent graduates go beyond the strict implementation period (monitoring of students at two months and at one year later to the end of the stay). The assessments carried out on the ERASMUS + experience will encourage other young people to participate in mobility projects. The quality of training rise with staff participation in working groups with other European teachers.



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