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Formación en centros de trabajo en otros países de la Unión Europea
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The high school "Francisco Ayala" offers the degree of vocational education and training (VET) in microcomputer systems and networks. A curricular component of the degree is a traineeship module which has to be done in companies. The aim of this project is that five students develop their traineeship in other EU countries and that two teachers could improve their capacities in the professional and educational activities they teach and also enable them to become involved in the development and improvement of these mobility activities and Erasmus+ projects. This objective is the focus of the project, though it does not detract but instead guarantees, other parallel goals around improving multicultural competencies, learning foreign languages and increase significantly the employability and job opportunities for our students in other EU countries. Retrieved on potential students, we have an estimation of participation of five students, once taken into account that some interested ones might fail. If unexpectedly these posts were not occuped, we have defined the duration of the project in 24 months, so that if necessary, some mobilities could be managed in the next academic year, either students or exceptionally recent graduates. The participation of two teachers involved in the mentioned computer studies, who will be preferably selected from among those who collaborate with European projects and / or bilingual programs, is also provided. In both cases, students and teachers must have a B1 level of English or the same in the host country language. The student activities will be aimed to integrate and complement the curriculum of our degree. For this, a training agreement related to the competencies of students should be prepared to be developed in the company. Before the departure, students receive training and they make arrangements to develop their traineeships and reach goals related to multiculturalism, language learning and employability. During their stay they follow a language course in the host country. Teacher’s activities allow them to learn and participate in the medium in which the employment and education of its students is developed, but this also allows increasing the quantity and quality of these kinds of mobilities or other Erasmus+ projects. The months from September to January serve primarily to train and select students on everything relevant to ensure its success in the host company: motivation, fitness, foreign language, culture clashes and activities of companies. In the months of January and February, practical and logistical issues like traveling, accommodation, insurance and local information, should be treated, without forgetting other outstanding formal aspects of the project such its training program, documentation and monitoring. Duration of student mobility is three months from March 15 to June 20. The methodology for teacher training periods (five days) is similar and parallel, and although no less complex, it is more feasible due to responsibility, because involvement and rigor are expected in participants. As a result we will improve the personal and professional maturity of participants through intercultural environment and companies in other EU countries, skills acquisition in a second and / or third foreign language, the possibility of employment in other EU countries, the removal of frontiers to the individual, and especially their freedom, not only to be employed but also to choose the place in Europe where they can do it. Apart from the impact on participants and our school, this project is a collaboration with the mobility programs that are managed with the participation of different actors ranging from the authorities of the EC to local companies providing related services. In a medium term we intend to consolidate traineeship in other EU countries by the students from our centre. In the long term we expect to extend the mobility and employment companies so that it could be enjoyed by others through the possible future creation of a consortium with several of the five centres of Granada or others from Andalusia, offering VET courses in microcomputer systems and networks.



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