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préparer les métiers de demain en milieu rural
Date du début: 1 sept. 2014, Date de fin: 31 août 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

6 partners were involved in this partnership : Fédération Régionale des Maisons familiales Rurales (FR MFR) from Midi-Pyrénées (Mipy), Leader Center for Leader Programme and Agricultural Training Methodology (PLZMMC) in Lithuania, Scuola Centrale Formazione (SCF) in Italy, Salford City College in UK, Greek Scientific Association of Therapeutic Riding and Hippotherapy (GSATRH) in Greece and Union Nationale des Maisons Familiales Rurales d'Education et d'Orientation (UNMFREO). This last organisation agreed to be the coordinator of the program. It gathers 430 VET centers, 71 territorial federations and a national pedagogical center. All of them are involved in territorial development and VET training for 70 000 people trained each year. These people have basically a strong link with rural area issues and are mostly geographically or socially isolated (YWLO). The Union deals with issues related to family, youth, rurality, social economy and VET on a national level. Each partner works also for professional integration and VET training for youngsters in rural areas. Beyond each organization and country specificity, the partners confirmed the shared issue and brought some answers. How to adapt VET training offer to changing rural areas ? How can we improve business and training connection in order to offer trainings better business needs ? What are the new trades and skills which are and will be required by the territories ? How to develop new pedagogical approaches and to adapt professional integration and training paths? This base was used to enrich the existing training courses and skills in the 2020 Europe perspective. The project aimed in long term to facilitate youth employment by offering training paths adapted to youth and business needs (Bruges Communiqué). The equine mediation assistant, which was defined during the project is a good example. Final beneficiaries are youngsters, as planned. The equine mediation training delivered in Terrou for French and British trainees with the support of the Greek staff, illustrates that aspect. Participants to the project were stakeholders, territorial dynamics facilitators like VET centers directors or coordinators, European mobility representatives or trainers. The methodological guide on territorial approaches is the final output. A second guide on planification and assessment of social change, and a job description of equine mediation assistant were also produced thanks to the project. It is also important to take in account the new stakeholders’ awareness of what is already done in multi trade activity in the agricultural sector and on the « universal » needs in rural animation. This will be the topic of the next program. Activities implemented are close to the previsions: Kick off meeting in France in Sept 14, including collecting and analyzing methods 3 other trainings sessions in Greece, Lithuania and Italy on the 3 focuses agreed by the partners (path, sectors and territory). 2016 was dedicated to collecting datas analyzing them and writing the guide. the Rural Territories Itinerant University held in Figeac in July 2016 enabled us to present the results of the 2-year partnership together with the guide but also to explore even further the topic with experts interventions and collective work. The expected impact, beyond the effects already seen, is the developpement of a stronger collaboration between partners, supported by new KA2 on common issues. Results are transferable as other organizations have already used them after the UITR (i.e ; Madagascar, Veneto Region). Each partner strengthened its own methodology about KA2 and is now able to integrate new organizations, as expected. Medium range perspective are: - working on the « rural area trainer », rural animation skills and evolutions in order to - Develop the european dimension in trainings by using ECVETS for instance - Facilitate youth initiatives and broaden the employment opportunities with EU programs support - Improve quality in trainings by strengthening the relations between businesses and training centres starting from the practical guide and UITR learnings - Increase territorial synergy on these topics

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