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Movil'FP - 2ème promotion
Date du début: 1 juin 2015, Date de fin: 31 mai 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The Region is responsible for the organization and financement of vocational training for young people (school leavers) and adults. With VET-providers, it observes that VET-learners - especially the lower-qualified - have less opportunities to European mobility. Within the framework of a consortium with volounteer VET centres, it decided to build up a program to increase the European dimension ot the regional VET. This is the second project submitted by the Region Lower-Normandy. It is more important than the first one because of the number of grants (100 for learners, 30 for staff, to be compared with the 60 & 15 in 2014), of the more numerous VET centres enrolled in the consortium, and because it intends to extend to very low skilled learners, including illeterate. On January 1st, 2016, Lower and Higher Normandy will merge, and the program will be extended to the learners of both territories. European mobility will be offered to VET-learners enrolled in training courses funded by the Region. These are preparatory or certification courses level ISCED 1 and 2 , based on the principle of alternating periods of courses in a training center and periods of placements in a company for two weeks or more. For a small number, the program may include basic skills linked to VET : European mobility woul allew people to use work-based learning to improve key competences as defined by the European Council of Lisbon. The project is structured as a consortium with several training organizations. It is proposed to substitute for a part of the training, a European mobility, either for two weeks in a company, or two weeks in a training center offering a technical platform with professional simulation (eg. a training restaurant integrated into a training center). European partners are structures associated to the Regional Council or members of the consortium (Hordaland in Norway, ACDC in Roumania, stud network in Ireland), training organizations (Glasgow Clyde College) or agencies specialized in the placement of trainees (eg. INE GSEE in Greece). European Mobility opportunities will be given to professional training in the areas of: - Catering : hotel receptionist, clerk of floors, cook, waiter - Logistics: inventory management - Trade: customer relations, direct sales, retail - Industry: job discovery in the fields of offshore marine energies - Agriculture : horse breeding, gardening Other areas may be added according to the partners involved. For example, personal services and automation (regarding the European challenge of an ageing population) or basic skills training (eg : maths applied to cook, writing applied to instructions for using a machine). The Region manages and control the project. It also provides funding for training and remuneration of trainees (in tandem with Pôle Emploi). Training organizations provide educational organization of European mobility (course content, course venue, validation of results) and trip and journey facilities, relying on partner organizations. The project aims to increase the worth of the European experience, including communication about Europass mobility awarded to learners. Objectives for learners : Improve learning skills - Get an experience of inclusion into a new organization of work - Exchange practices and know-how - Discover a new cultural environment, share best practices. Mid-term objectives : get the diploma and access to employment. Long-term objective : achieve sustainable employment . 100 grants are asked for (50 for placements in companies, 50 for training center's technical platforms), among which 12 are meant to very low skilled learners. Objectives for staff: improve quality of vocational training - Give a European dimension to training - Know the European job market in their field. 30 grants are asked for, for trainers and education officials. Objectives for participating organizations : Develop European mobility for all kind of learners, all levels of education , including technical education at the secondary level - Develop European Partnerships for vocational training - Support access to employment in jobs requiring linguistic skills and cultural openness - Discover emerging jobs - Promote Basse-Normandie at an international level and especially on relationships with the English-speaking world.



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