Title European Orientation and Mobility and Autonomy in the Daily Living Network
Project Number 2012-1-FR1-LEO05-34246
Project Type Transfer of Innovation
Marketing Text The objective of this project is now set up a system of recognition of prior learning and qualifications between countries through the development and transfer of credits. The implementation of this recognition will allow the mobility of trainees during initial or continuing training, and will subsequently the mobility of professionals, even thinking about a European recognition of professional experience
The quality of the rehabilitation of visually impaired depends on the quality of training of professionals in visual impairment.
The two professional in rehabilitation of visual impaired people are the Orientation and Mobility Instructor (OM) and Instructor Autonomy in Daily Life (ADL). While the needs are the same in each country (acquired by visually impaired people of independent mobility and activities of daily living), the contents of the job, training in these trades are very different today Europe.
European seminars with training centers were held until 2002. They have aimed to harmonize existing formations.
This work has never been successful, the harmonization of training is not yet existing.
The objective in this project is now set up a system of recognition of prior learning and qualifications between countries , through the development and transfer of credits .
The approach will be multi- stakeholders ( users , professionals, hospitality, government , training centers , ... ) and by sector , to ensure full transparency of qualifications.
The implementation of this recognition will enable mobility of trainees in initial or continuing training , and will subsequently the mobility of professionals , even thinking about a European recognition of professional experience .
The project brings together key partners from 3 countries (Germany, Spain, France) , which provide training for OM and ADL, and associated partners representing users or professionals.
During the implementation of the WP , neighboring countries will also be associated with trade (8 additional countries)
The project approach is the activity approach, using the concept of key activity ( one or more essential to accomplish the tasks assigned by the OM or ADL within its function professional activities. )
The first phase of the project will take place between November 2012 and April 2013 , and will involve the identification of key activities to meet the needs of users.
Analysis and validation of these key activities will be conducted during the next transnational meeting in Tenerife on 17 and 18 April 2013 .
The partners will then work on one or more key activities that will be developed in knowledge , skills and competences , depending on level of responsibility, then learning outcomes .
Evaluation standards are defined to assess the extent to which the trainee has acquired his learning.
During the last months of the project , thanks to the work done, the mobility of learners will be held between the partners on the basis of acquired common learning units.
Recognition, transparency, certification
Sectors Human Health and Social Work Activities
description of new occupation profiles
transparency and certification
Different products will be available during the project:
- Guide of the key activities
- Guides of learning outcomes
- Learning assessment programs and mobility tools