Title La mobilité des techniciens CE Szansa comme une chance d'un bon départ dans une carrière professionnelle
Project Number ESF01-2013-1-PL1-LEO01-37488
Project Type Mobilité - formation professionnelle initiale IVT
Individual Participation Impossible
Project aimed at mobility of 20 students (2 x 10 students) of Supplementary Secondary School of Centrum Edukacji SZANSA who studied to be electrician (electrical technician) and mechanic (mechanic technician). Practical trainings was held in July and November 2014 in Spain (Cordoba, Granada) in companies dealing with electrical engineering (in particular with electrical wiring, service of electrical devices) and mechanics (service and maintenance of mechanic devices, industry automation, industrial maintenance).
There were many needs for which students went abroad. The most important were: students' professional development, the understanding of operation of foreign and international (Spanish) companies in the field of mechanic and electrical engineering, comparing working methods between Poland and Spain, learning how to cooperate efficiently in an international team and presenting novel and new technological solutions. The secondary goal was to promote language learning, professional language use and the culture and organization of work different from the native one.
The main purpose behind the project was to satisfy the requirements named above. Besides, the project was to meet the policy of modern European education in terms of mobility within vocational education, cooperation between educational entities, development of vocational training programs, better transparency in and transfer of vocational qualifications, application of IT in lifelong education, and last but not least, in terms of the all-European meaning of education as such.
The project resulted derive directly from the needs and aims rooted in the project; the most salient involving: better chances to find a job after graduation or set up the own one, strengthening self-confidence and ability to cope with stressful situations, breaking language and culture-based barriers, strengthening the awareness of cross-European dimension of individual education, learning creative thinking and reasoning skills and to promote our school in the local and regional community.
The participating students underwent the recruitment procedure and meet its criteria. All students were of full legal age. The project involved teachers from our school who were responsible for preparing the students willing to meet the project's language, vocational and cultural objectives. The integral part of the preparation involved evaluation and promotion after the visit.
Marché du travail
Validation, transparence, certification
Formation tout au long de la vie
Entreprise, TPE, PME
Égalité des chances
Production et Distribution d`Électricité, de Gaz, de Vapeur et d`Air Conditionné