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Date du début: 31 déc. 2015, Date de fin: 30 déc. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The "You trade, you gain" project involves 18 year I and II students from low-income families in the Strzelno and surrounding areas, studying at the Technical-Commercial School at the School Complex in Strzelno. The recruitment board will select the participants on the basis of interviews to verify their level of knowledge on commercial subjects, German language level and German cultural awareness. The main objective of the project is to increase the attractiveness of the future traders on the domestic and European labour market. This objective is to be achieved by increasing their practical skills and broadening their professional experience during a two week internship in foreign businesses. German company Vitalis is the project partner and has organised this opportunity in a number of entities including Gate Gourmet GmbH Mitte in Leipzig and Netto Marken-Discount in Schkeuditz and Leipzig. The project focuses primarily on issues relating to the labour market, emphasizes the significance of teaching and learning foreign languages and stresses the need for recognition of qualifications, their transparency and certification. The project aims to engender student interest in following trader professions through a variety of benefits; the title of the project "You trade, you gain", therefore, has meaning on a number of levels. The students, thanks to a wide range of psychological training sessions, especially coaching, combined with the course in German language used in the retail sector and provided as part of the preparation of this project, will succeed in their future professional endeavours, mainly engaging clients in effective conversations, also in the German language. These aspects are integral and complementary, therefore the applicant emphasized the most important benefits of the programme i.e. the ability to use psychological knowledge when conducting professional trade negotiations in German. The project will have a significant impact on the participants. Moreover, the School Complex in Strzelno will, as the applicant organisation, also increase the attractiveness of vocational education in Strzelno by providing a wider range of education services through their participation in the Erasmus+ programme and new quality of education in the local Technical-Commercial School. Benefits of the project on partnering employers also needs to be pointed out. The project will increase the effectiveness of the partnership, especially in the aspect of internship organisation for young people, establishing a single, coherent internship programme for the Technical-Commercial School, based on the German language and adapted to the Polish educational system, recognition of professional qualifications acquired by students abroad (especially Europass - Mobility, ECVET) and positive relationships between employers and young employees. It should also encourage participating students to seek future employment in Germany.



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