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Higher education student and staff mobility project
Date du début: 1 juin 2014, Date de fin: 30 sept. 2015 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Our Secondary School Alhadra (Almería) is a center offering Compulsory Secondary Education, Baccalaureate and Vocational Training (Middle and Higher Grades). Years ago, we had participated in the Consortium of the Ministry of Education of the Junta de Andalucía, through which the students of Higher Level Vocational Training could perform their mandatory internships abroad. This project KA103 is the first to be requested and managed by our center directly, which means a quantum leap in responsibility and commitment to the Erasmus + program. The objectives of this project are in line with those of the Erasmus + program: improving the training and employability of our students, as well as their competence in a foreign language and their capacity for international mobility. Similarly, we have tried to improve the proficiency of our staff in a foreign language, in order to raise the quality of our newly implemented bilingual studies in Pre-school Education. In this way, we are also increasing the international projection of our center. Three students and one teacher of the Higher Vocational Training courses have participated in our project. The students have done their compulsory internship in leading companies, such as nursery schools in Italy (as envisioned in the application of our ECHE). Our teacher has done a language course in order to improve their capacity to provide bilingual classes. All mobilities have been managed according to the principles of the Erasmus Charter: a public selection process (based on merit and skills) was performed, training agreements were signed with institutions before mobilities, linguistic and cultural preparation was ensured to participants, traineeships were monitored and evaluated and full recognition was provided to participants. The project results have been fully satisfactory, because all planned mobilities were made and main objectives were reached. In addition, dissemination activities have aroused the interest of other students and teachers, so we had to request a new and larger project KA103, that will involve 5 students and 4 teachers. By last, our center has the interest to expand the project to KA101 and KA219, so it can reach students and teachers of Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate.