Title Transfer of administrative and pedagogical tools useful to manage mobility projects
Project Number 2012-1-FR1-LEO05-34954
Project Type Transfer of Innovation
Marketing Text The project's aim wasto improve the quality and efficiency of mobility project management by creating a common infrastructure to support participants with administrative and pedagogical tools adjustable to any kind of publics, sectors or structures.
This transfer of innovation involved exporting, through the tools created by ADICE, a methodology support in the management of a mobility project to other partners. Each partner hadto integrate the methodology to then create their own tools adapted to the target audience and its field of activity.
The ADICE has experimented administrative and pedagogical tools for several years. This TOI helped to prepare the implementation of the new “Erasmus for all” program in 2014, which reunites all programs. The objective was to have an efficient pedagogical engineering that complied with the Commission’s ambitions.
A sustainable cooperation of organizations working for mobility ensures the efficiency of the projects. The transferred tools ca, be used by any European structures willing to improve and structure the support and the management of mobility projects with every public.
ADICE transferred three tools:
- The mobility booklet: ADICE gives each beneficiary a Mobility Booklet, common to all programmes. This booklet, created in 2008 and constantly added to, describes all phases of the mobility project and makes this experience coherent. As a concrete part of our educational plan, it provides beneficiaries with important information, such as the EVS charter, an introduction to each party's rights and duties, an insurance guide, and a roadmap. Information concerning intercultural learning and a quiz that links their project to the European Union raise the volunteer’s awareness on these issues, which are then dealt with during training. It summarizes all phases of the educational plan.
- Educational support: it promotes the consistency of mobility processes. The mobility project is divided into eight phases, from information to follow-up six months after person's return. It details these steps (information, identification, definition, construction, confirmation, preparation, realization, evaluation and tracking) and the tools used but is also intended to identify the place of the young people's outside contacts during this support.
-The database: it is a tool for administrative, financial and educational management of all projects run by ADICE. It lists all the target groups that are informed and supported by and have participated in a mobility project. It describes all the support given to target group; it lists ADICE’s local and international partners as well as all events that ADICE participates in. Hence this is an innovative tool that promotes the quality of these projects: it optimizes administrative and financial management and also provides a more accurate overview of the support given to the public.
The group also worked on Hosting, by promoting a hosting booklet.
Utilization and distribution of results
Administrative and Support Service Activities
The aim of this project wasto transfer, test, improve and disseminate these tools all over Europe to every organization interested. The aim wasto guarantee the same quality of accompaniement to all participants to all kind of mobility projects in Europe. Tools were improved to match all group projects, Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs projects, etc.
The final objective wasto improve the quality and management of mobility projects in order to make available by 2014 an engineering approach that matched the European Commission's ambitions and made it possible to increase the number of mobility participants through "Erasmus for all".