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Mobilumas mokantis – patirtis gyvenime
Date du début: 1 juil. 2014, Date de fin: 30 juin 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The analysis of student and teacher mobility during the period of 2007-2014 at Kaunas builders’ training centre indicated that only 33 students and 12 teachers participated in trainings abroad therefore the institution focuses on increasing possibilities for learners to perform practical training abroad and for vocational teachers to observe the organization of practical training. The institute will contribute to the extension of institutional as well as national mobility by sending 19 students and 4 vocational teachers to practical training abroad. The general aim of the project is to satisfy the need of qualified specialists in transport vehicle mechanics, electromechanics and forwarding agents of logistics in companies of Kaunas, Marijampole and Kedainiai and to provide better possibilities for the participants of the project to take part in European labour market through their personal development as well as the development of their practical and professional skills. The participants of the project are two target groups: 1st group – 19 students of transport vehicle mechanics and electromechanics from Kaunas builders’ training centre, Kedainiai vocational training centre and Marijampole vocational training centre with high motivation in learning and sufficient level of knowledge and skills to further develop their practical skills and learn new technologies. 2nd group – 4 vocational teachers of forwarding agents of logistics training from Kaunas builders‘ training centre with good skills and experience in conveying necessary professional knowledge, abilities and skills to students of this profession, in developing students‘ personal and social skills. The teachers also are active participants of various projects, competitions and exhibitions striving to improve the activities of their institution and open to its changes and development. The aim of the first target group was to improve the quality of practical training of students in transport vehicle mechanics by enabling the participants of the project to apply acquired knowledge in work places and by recognizing their learning outcomes by ECVET points. The successful implementation of this project as well as Leonardo da Vinci project on transfer of innovations “Automovet” facilitated the process of student professional training abroad and transparent assessment of acquired competencies and learning outcomes. The aim of the second target group was to improve the quality of the teaching process in the field of forwarding agent of logistics training through the extension of teacher competencies and acquisition of practice in cooperation with social partners. The project activities were divided into stages: 1. Project administration. 2. The selection and preparation procedures of participants. 3. Visits of project participants. 4. Dissemination of project results. A schedule of activities was prepared for each stage with time periods assigned for linguistic and cultural preparation, visits, dissemination of results and preparation of reports. Practical training for students was carried out based on the modules created during the “Automovet” and “Automobility” projects. Each module was 3 week long with 1-2 week training at school training centre and 1-2 week practical training at transport vehicle workshop depending on the chosen module. During their 3 day visit vocational teachers shared the experience in cooperation with social partners, observed trainings in vehicle choice, transport of goods, warehousing, practical trainings of logistics organization, methods of activities (description), discussed software programmes of route planning and organization. The project management group was approved by the director at the coordinating institution. The project partners assigned employees responsible for the coordination of different activities at their institutions. The result of the project: 19 students of transport vehicle mechanics and electromechanics coordinated maintenance and repair work; 4 professional teachers enhanced their professional knowledge and skills of cooperation with social partners. Development of practical skills abroad and newly gained experience in cooperation with social partners improved the quality of practical training of specialists of transport vehicle mechanics, elechtromechanics, forwarding agents of logistics. This directly influenced the quality of knowledge and skills acquired by vocational learners. Experience gained during traineeships abroad enabled the institutions participating in the project to reassess the quality of practical training and to improve it by applying examples of good experience of other institutions. It is expected that in the longer run high skilled specialists with a high level of self-confidence, experience in intercultural communication and improved general skills will enter the labour market.



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