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Student Traineeships & Research into Vocational Education
Date du début: 5 sept. 2016, Date de fin: 4 sept. 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Halesowen College in the UK; Städtische Berufsschule für Informationstechnik München in Germany; ITE Tambosi-Battisti in Italy; and Institut Puig Castellar in Spain are working in partnership to deliver two-year Student Traineeships into Europe Programme. All partners want to be able to offer students excellent work experience opportunities in Europe which will greatly enhance the chances of employment or progression in further learning for their studentsThe project aims to(i) Secure high quality international work experience, including a greater appreciation and understanding of social inclusion for participants beyond their work experience environments. (ii) Raise awareness among students of the benefits of participating in an European mobility project. Broadening programmes of study and increase the take-up of modern foreign languages either as a main programme or as a programme enhancement in order to develop new skills and promote self-confidence in their placement setting. (iii) Develop sector awareness in areas of economic grow or high replacement-demand, exploring opportunities for students in (but not limited to) Health & Social Care; Early Years Care; Salon Management and Travel & Tourism. In particular the project aims to provide opportunities to students (18+) looking to access Higher Education and/or employment or returners to the labour market returners who may not necessarily have a specific vocational focus but aim to return to the workplace and would benefit from those skills and awareness of opportunities in Europe. (iv) Disseminate what we have learned to other students, staff, and organisations. Work experience placement will be carried out across all partners, with up to UK twelve participants per year undertaking four week placements. Staff will also be exchanged to learn from their peers in different countries. During placements, in addition to learning more skills for their vocational courses within their home institution, participants will be undertaking Europass Mobility documents and preparing to disseminate what they have learned.Participants will become more sector aware especially of opportunities, and differences, abroad; developing the behaviors and attributes to progress and succeed in education and in work and applying taught theory in a work setting as well as being able to utilise elements of language and maths skills as appropriate. Participants will also have undertaken personal development ranging from communication skills and work skills (including interviewing, presenting and report writing); cultural awareness; independent living; self-esteem; and confidence building. With participants being able to reflect upon and describe aspect of European Citizenship commonalities and barriers and how they went about developing relationships and understanding as part of their placement.



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