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Path Of Deinstitutionalisation - Urgent Moves
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 30 avr. 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Path Of Deinstitutionalisation - Urgent Moves (PODIUM) PODIUM project would like to meet such kind of needs, which are essential for the realization of the DI process in an effective and long-term sustainable way. Those DI managers, who get their DI-management knowledge in the developed and piloted training course not necessarily will obtain a knowledge connected to their supporting profession. Rather the development, intensification and deliberate application of such transversal skills will be implemented, which will make them capable to imply these skills into their everyday professional work. DI managers are the persons, whose activity, either at local or at regional level will generate the DI process, inducing powerful changes both in the life of the organization and in the closely or loosely connected community. These experts must have and apply skills like critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration and leadership, agility and adaptability, initiative and entrepreneurial skills at a high level. They also must have proficiency in accessing and analysing information. In the course of our project as the coordinator organization (FSZK Nonprofit Company), plans to improve the professional content developed during an earlier LEONARDO mobility project. The background of the project is the Europe-wide highlighted deinstitutionalization (DI) process. In several Western-European countries there is a considerable development in this field, but East-Central Europe is just about to start the process, with the involvement of EU funds. During the DI process resources were mainly used for the renovation of the environment and for the establishment of the housing services. It was in the last three years that the need for development aroused both from the professional and the human resource sides, strongly demanding a real change in the attitude and also a higher professional level. In order to reach this goal, as for the first step, the leaders and managers of the DI process should be made committed to the process – and this is the main reason for we think it is necessary to realize our project. The training structure of the DI managers serves as a base for the development of present project, on the course of which, in cooperation with the five partner organizations, we transform the structure into a core training program. On completion of this, based on the development rate of each participating county (Hungary, Slovenia, Romania, Serbia), we adapt the common training program to their needs. During this adaptation period, based on the core training program, the Danish partner develops the “train the trainers” courses, trains 6 trainers from each partner (30 trainers altogether) except the Danish partner. These training will be held together in Croatia. Following the development of the training system and the adaptation period, in each country (except in Dania) a pilot training of 20 DI managers will be realized (altogether 80 persons) in the form of an accredited adult training. In Hungary the training programme will also be tested by 30 students from higher education at the same time with the adaptation of the developed adult training programme. During the trainings we will continuously evaluate the level and content of the trainer programs (involving the trainers and the participants). Following the training, a practical exercise will be assigned to each DI manager, during the solution of which they will start their activity in the DI process, using their freshly obtained knowledge. The results of the project will be disseminated in each partner country, and the trained DI managers start their activity in the institutions participating in the DI process and responsible for maintenance and implementation.


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