Title SAMIN - Innovative approaches to migrants employability
Project Number 2013-1-FR1-LEO05-48190
Product Methodological Handbook
Title Methodological Handbook
Product Type modules
Marketing Text The Methodological Handbook is a tool for practitioners and it offers “pick and choose” recommendations whereby practitioners can select the “do’s and don’t’s” that are relevant for their work. Its goal is to help increase the quality of the services provided by professionals working on migrants’ vocational, education and training.
The Methodology Handbook is one of the pedagogical results of the SAMIN project. The aim of the handbook is to provide a reference framework and to help increase the quality of practices by professionals working with migrants, across the Member States. The handbook builds on existing evidence of what works in meeting the challenge of integrating immigrants into the labour market.
Each organisation of the consortium collected data for the Methodological Handbook and each partner organisation has been responsible of organising two or more national face-to-face or online roundtables that empowered over 180 educators, trainers, social workers across Europe.Each partner has experimented the content on the learning website.
Target group All practitioners working to support the social participation of adults and young people with a migration background in education and the labour market. Therefore, training organisations, educators, trainers, social workers, youth workers, organisations working with migrants, policy makers, employers and interested stakeholders.
The final result is a printed paper handbook. The handbook can also be found on the website of the project in a customised learning form.
It is translated in Italian, French, English, Dutch and German.
Area of application
The methodological handbook is used to empower practitioners working with migrants.
It has been used during trainings for social workers, educators, teachers and professionals working on the vocational education and training of migrants. It will be used during further trainings in the countries that took part in the project.