FCT en Europa
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015,
Date de fin: 31 août 2016
The SCM Teide-Hease consists of three different state-subsidised Vocational Training Schools in 3 different levels of education in the Comunidad de Madrid. In 2012 our entity was awarded by the Management System with the European Seal of Excellence 400+.
-2013, a new Strategy Plan is written whose main purpose is "To Modernise and Internationalise Vocational Training". Thus, a committee was created by 3 directors in order to standardize Work-Placement Training in EU.
-2014, the committee was formed with 9 people and worked on the proposal for KA102 (9 mobilities, 4 partners, 3 countries) and the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education Application. Both of these projects have been APPROVED by the competent authorities.
-2015: the previous year formed committee continues working on new partner acquisition; planning and writing of KA102 project (12 mobilities, 6 partners and 5 countries); 2 new English-speaking countries; planning and writing of KA103 (10 mobilities).
-2016: keeping the committee and working on KA102 and KA103 project, receiving students from Europe as a hosting partner, mobilities for teachers in order to be provided with training and teaching.
Work-Placement Training, carried out in companies, is part of these Cycles. Being Vocational Training an instruction assessed by competences, traineeships carried out in the EU must have the validity as in our country.
The main purpose of our project is that 12 students in International VT (Maintenance of Data-Processing Systems; Trading; Administrative Managing; Assistance to People in a Situation of Dependence; Auxiliary Care in Nursing; and Car Mechanics) have the opportunity to carry out their traineeships in different EU countries.
This time, we have selected 6 partners located in 5 countries (Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Malta and United Kingdom) with a long experience in mobilities. Thus, we consider our students as priority in terms of participation in Erasmus+ in order to foster interculturality, cooperation, competences and to offer experience and integration into the labour market.
Moreover, the school will draw up a shortlist of qualified candidates in order to ensure the quality of our students’ training in work placements, in a transparent and fair way, taking into account their academic merits and abilities.
With the participation of our students in Erasmus+, this proposal will aim to achieve the following results:
• Improving the quality and attractiveness of Vocational Education and Training.
• Increasing our students’ job opportunities in the international labour market.
• Promoting the sense of initiative and the entrepreneurial spirit.
• Strengthening linguistic, technological and cultural skills.
• Increasing EU knowledge and values.
• Raising enterprise’s awareness and the importance of lifelong learning.
Regarding the practical and logistical preparation (project management and students’ preparation), we can conclude with the following comments:
1. Before mobility:
-Our school will come to a collaboration agreement with the partner countries.
-Both entities will plan an individualised training programme in which will appear the different abilities students must obtain during their mobility.
-Our school will provide students with an insurance.
-Our entity will be responsible for students’ flight transportation.
-Our receiving partners will be responsible for arranging of accommodation, airport pick-up service and organising students’ welcome week during the first week.
2. During mobility:
-Our school and our partners will keep a smoothly flowing communication that will allow a constant exchange of opinions among the school tutor, the students and the school tutor of the hosting organisation by different means of communication.
-The sending student must upload a file weekly in which will appear all the activities done by the student and signed by the student’s tutor in the receiving company.
-The project consists of 7 phases:
a)Pre-preparation stage (January-March 2015).
b)Communication stage at all the members of the school community (June-September 2015).
c)Selection stage (October-December 2015).
d)Preparation stage (January-March 2016).
e)Training stage in European countries (April-June 2016).
f)Assessment stage (April-July 2016).
g)Dissemination of results stage (April-September 2016).
3. After mobility:
-Once training in work placements is completed, the receiving organisation will send a certificate in which our student’s development in the company will be assessed.
-Once the student’s tutor receives the documentation provided by the hosting organisation, he/she will assess the activities carried out by the student in the work placement according to the assessment tool Europass.
-The dissemination of this project will be published in different resources such as our school’s website, blog and social networks. Moreover, our school will organise orientation talks, release press statements and institutional advertising.
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