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Dodatkowe kwalifikacje zawodowe zdobyte w placówkach zagranicznych dla uczniów Zespołu Szkół Elektrycznych w Kielcach
Date du début: 31 déc. 2015, Date de fin: 30 déc. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Educational mobility project entitled "Dodatkowe kwalifikacje zawodowe zdobyte w placówkach zagranicznych dla uczniów Zespołu Szkół Elektrycznych w Kielcach", ("Additional qualifications gained in foreign institutions for students of the Vocational Electrical Technical School in Kielce") was prepared by the teachers of that school in cooperation with foreign partners, which are: EUROMIND, training and advisory institution having its registered office in Seville and Ubeda, Spain; the Salesian school San Pedro from Seville and the School SAFA NTRA. Sra. de los Reyes of Seville. The project will be implemented over a period of 24 months in two rounds. The project will involve the mobility of a total of 72 students: two groups in each round of the project. A group of 18 student of the profiles Energetics Technician and Electronics Technician will be trained in the Secondary School Information SAFA. A second group of 18 students of a profile IT Technician will be trained at the Salesian School in San Pedro. Both mobilities will take place in Seville. In addition, students will be looked after by 2 teachers - attendants for each group. The main objective of the project is to strengthen and improve the attractiveness of the vocational education and school's educational offer, promote labor mobility of young people, increase their professional skills, language skills and their personal development. Thanks to the foreign professional courses beneficiaries will have the opportunity to gain new qualifications, become familiar with technical innovations, deepen their knowledge of the English language and learn about the realities of the international labor market. In addition, they will learn about the cultural heritage of Spain. The fact that the practice will be held outside the country, students will also learn some vocabulary and the realities of everyday life in this country. The recruitment process for the project will include third-grade students in Kielce ZSE of the profiles: IT Technician, Energetics Technician and Electronics Technician. Most of youth studying at the ZSE live in rural areas with high rate of unemployment. Some of them come from families with lower income. Currently, students have little awareness of the needs of the labor market which often results in ignoring the need for education and consequently contributes to their unemployment after graduation. All beneficiaries sent on courses to Spain will undergo a training in writing CV for Europass as well as a cultural-pedagogical training. During the mobility, students will follow a training in accordance with an established between ZSE and partner institutions program. Students will be monitored by representatives of the partner institution and attendants - teachers of language and vocational subjects from their own school. The beneficiaries of the project will gain professional vocational experience certified by participation in the project and the Europass Mobility and Certificate of ECVET. Participation in the project will motivate students to learn, due to the fakt that they must meet the requirements of the Rules of Recruitment. Participating in a professional vocational course abroad will increase their competitiveness in the labor market after graduation. After each round of mobilty ZSE will implement dissemination activities which promote occupational mobility of the school students such as: exhibition, presentation of the results to the Board of Education, the local media and during the Education Fair in Kielce. Through the introduction of vocational courses abroad to school, the Vocational Electrical Technical School in Kielce (ZSE) would like to distinguish our educationa offer, presenting itself as a modern facility open to the world. Through this project, ZSE will strengthen cooperation with foreign training centers and will promote good practices in Europe.



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