Title Promoting adaptability and flexibilityon the labour market optimizing the transition from IVT to active life through the acquisition of new vocational competences of an electronist technician
Project Number LLP-LdV/IVT/2010/RO/185
Project Type Mobility - initial vocational training IVT
Individual Participation Not possible
The necessity of this project came from the professional and personal needs of the students of Remus Radulet Vocational College and from the requirements of the labour market at communitarian level. Leonardo de Vinci IVT mobility projects aim to facilitate the transition from school to work by acquiring new personal and professional skillsl in a multicultural environment.
The project, realized in ECVET terms, contributes to enhance the attractiveness of vocational education and training, improved the recognition of qualifications and competences., including those acquired through non-formal and informal learning.
The results are intended to provide added value of mobility projects by enhancing quality and transparency through evaluation and validation vocational, linguistic and intercultural competences.
The participants were 11 students from the direct route, XI-th grade, from Remus Radulet Vocational College. The programme was accomplished in the terms ECVET, of the curriculum for the 11th grade, direct Module V: Electric drive systems(50 hours) and Module VIII: Workplace Health and Safety(10 hours) in agreement with the professional standard SPP Annex nr. 1 at OMEdC nr. 3171 from 30.01.2006 referring to automation technicians and electronist technicians.
The main project objective aimed the acquisition of new competences and practical skills in carrying out electric drive systems in order to improve the transition from the IVT training environment to the labour market. Acquiring new linguistic and communication competences has been another important objective, as well as the development of ITC competences, teamwork and social skills.
The vocational training program lasted two weeks and within this the participants carried out practical activities that led to the complete fulfillment of the objectives akin to the vocational training of the mobility project. The activities, that had been carried out, placed the participants in real work situations and were based on active pedagogical methods, ensuring the development of adaptability and flexibility, as well as the ability of generalising.
By participating in the mobility, the participants developed new knowledge, new skills as well as new competences.
All these are contributing to the increase of visibility and opening towards internationality of Remus Radulet Vocational College.
Recognition, transparency, certification
Access for disadvantaged
Sectors Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities