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EVS-Stavne EVS
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 29 févr. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Stavne is a Vocational Training Centre, owned by the Municipality of Trondheim. Stavne is a municipal enterprise, with its own political board and rules of regulation. We run vocational programmes on behalf of the Public Employment Office (NAV) and Social Work programmes on behalf of the municipality. Stavne also runs several projects on assignment from the Norwegian Directorate for Health and Social Affairs. Our target group is young people, unemployed and/ or early school leavers. They have challenges due to their mental health status, drugs, crime, and social obstacles such as housing and financial problems, or social isolation. Our aim is to enable and support them in finding, getting and keeping a regular job, attend studies or receiving necessary health care and proper treatment. We use a variety of social work methods and tools, in which vocational training is the most important. The staff at Stavne consists of people with different educational background and former work experience. We are 70 employees, serving a number of 400 programme participants each year. Stavnes aim and motivation to host volunteers is to promote international cooperation and mutual understanding among young people from different countries and cultures. • Stavne wants to provide young people with the opportunity to gain international experience for personal and professional development • Stavne wants to promote volunteering on a local, national and international level, as a way towards active citizenship • We want to make young people aware of their cultural heritage, by taking actively part in sharing and learning environment • Stavne has experience in hosting volunteers for long term EVS projects, as well as being a sending organisation for young people from Trondheim. The EVS-project at Stavne is expected to provide both foreign and Norwegian youths the opportunity to experience common values with peers, across geographical and cultural borders. This aspect will be approached through the daily work together in one or several departments at Stavne. The volunteers will work side-by-side with both programme participants and work supervisors. This opens for an intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding. Stavne offers physical exercise during working hours, and the volunteers will have the possibility to participate, in addition to outdoor trips and social arrangements by the organisation. We wish to contribute to a healthy lifestyle through sports and outdoor recreation. The working hours will be five days a week, Monday to Friday, 0800-1500. Then two days off. Holidays and other days off according to the calendar. Lunch is free every day in our cantina, where we serve both hold and cold meals. The volunteers must in general take care of the rest of their meals. He/ she will have access to kitchen and cooking options in their apartment. He/she will have their own, separate room in a shared apartment with other volunteers and students. The apartment is in walking distance from Stavne Center. The first weeks will focus on getting to know the environments and the city, the project venue and the language. The volunteer will attend language training course at EVO – Enhet for Voksenopplæring. The working language will be english to begin with, but the volunteer is expected to gain some knowledge about the norwegian language, and be able to communicate on a basic level. Youthpass will be a working tool during the project, in cooperation between the volunteer, project coordinator and work supervisor. S.I.S.U. EVS-project is meant to be a learning experience. Youthpass is useful in order to describe the learning outcomes “as you go”, but also in order to plan activities of relevance to the eight Key Competences related to the non-formal learning process.



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