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RE-NERGY 2014 – Building the sustainable economy
Date du début: 1 nov. 2014, Date de fin: 31 oct. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The RE-NERGY Project, with the proposal of 5 weeks transnational mobility, renews its commitment in the field of vocational training by focusing on new themes, but always starting from the needs of the cluster, as a response to the training needs of the productive sectors of the eastern provinces Piedmont (especially Alessandria Province). The focus then becomes polarized toward the handicraft sector and SMEs, with attention to the construction sector, green technologies for energy conservation, rehabilitation and restoration. The training contents of the project include the following topics a) the growth of professional skills in relation to recovery, maintenance and reorganization of the territory and its redevelopment (primarily energy and sustainable one) b) the development of awareness about the need for interaction among different profiles. This is true within a single sector and among different sectors. Transnational mobility is an opportunity for the development of key competencies as digital competence , communication, self-learning, as the basis of a vocational path and personal growth. In addition, the integration of different professions and sectors as proposed by the project will be reflected in order to dialogue with other mobility projects proposed by high schools networks that insist on the same territory. The 100 participants in the project will be selected among the students of 5 High of the Province of Alessandria, who have completed the fourth and penultimate year. The fields of study belong to the Vocational sector (Maintenance and technical assistance) and Technical-technological sector. The close connection among the educational schools and the stakeholders of the territory have allowed to identify more precisely the ideal destination to facilitate the achievement of the goals: Spain, Czech Republic, UK, Estonia. The placement phase will involve, after a first phase of inclusion and cultural integration, 4 weeks of practice traineeship in the company. The specific contents are determined in relation to the fields of study, taking into account the areas of operations provided by the technical and vocational fields of study, in order to accredit the learning outcomes officially throughout the education received , consistently with the ECVET procedures. It has been given preference in this regard to partners belonging to ECVET network. The result is that in the validation and acknowledgment of internships will be applied the ECVET procedures, on the basis of specific agreements with partners, so that the learning outcomes can be converted to college credit but also involve the release Europass Mobility Document and Certificate of Competencies. The desired overall impact at the local level, is the strengthening of socio-economic, education and training links among school, business and local authorities (stakeholders), looking for common languages and strategies to increase the dialogue between the school and the world of work. At the regional level, the training of technicians able to be responsive to the dynamics of the work will be added value in response to the policies taken to territory redevelopment and unemployment fight. The project has therefore involved in the partnership local authorities, companies and representatives of the social and trade association and partners, interested in the dissemination of the experience too.



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