VET4ALL - SMALL-SCALE PARTNERSHIP PROJECT
Conversations with the Atades company, which has over 75% of its employees with disabilities. Getting to know how to implement apprenticeships in Italy, with the participation of 8 people with disabilities, thanks to good practices from the Colegio La Purísima para Niños Sordos school. And these are just some of the activities carried out during our partner meeting in Zaragoza last week. We are glad that this time we managed to gather a lot of new procedures and good examples, which we will present in May during the conference disseminating the results of our VET4ALL project.
All partners in VET4ALL had another opportunity to develop results regarding supporting people with disability in VET sector. This time, an international meeting took place in a lovely city of Wroclaw in Poland during 7-10.11.2022. Or work was focused on hosting organisations. We discussed how we can improve the process of inclusion when it comes to organizing VET mobilities, what materials we can offer to the companies to support this process and how we can improve the experience of Erasmus+ trainees. We managed to get a lot of insights from managers, researchers and from visits to various organisations working with people with disability. Best examples will be published in our report soon! For more details click here. Project is co-financed by the European Union.
What kind of special support there is in vocational education and training in Finland especially in technical schools? Juvenia Youth Research and Development Centre in South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences – Xamk organized an international meeting in Tampere, Finland on 29th of August – 1st of September 2022 for VET4ALL-project. During the meeting VET4ALL-project team had a chance to visit a job coaching centre Pulse, VAAO Valkeakoski Vocational College and Tampere Vocational College Tredu.
How to improve work of teachers and youth workers when it comes to vocational education of people with disability ? How to create better VET project for people with special needs? How to help young people with disability to achieve excellence in vocational profession? Those were the topics of another international meeting within project VET4ALL, which, this time, took place 01-04/06/2022 in Bologna, Italy. The partnership had the chance to visit various vocational centers, experts and companies who cooperate with people with special needs. This is the best way to gather good practices which will be included into our report! Project is co-funded by the European Union within Erasmus+ Programme.
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