Fernando Carvalho participed in first meeting of INTERMOBIL Project
3 to 5 November 2014
Nuno Barbosa participated in the last meeting of INTERMOBIL Project
Manchester, United Kingdom
CRM is a Strategic Partnership between 5 organisations: Lithuania (coordinators), Italy, Ireland, Greece and Portugal.
The most important objective of the project is to raise people's awarness on environmental issues.
Project Number: 2015-1-PL01-KA202-016632
The aim of the project is to provide easy recognition of skills and qualifications on the labor market in Germany, Poland and Portugal focused on the professions of electrician and car mechanic. It will present not only the differences in the results of vocational education in the selected countries, but also will refer these findings to the expectations of the employers in these countries.
The project will contribute to a better understanding among policymakers of the need for changes leading to greater consistency and overall simplification of tools in order to support the creation of a European area of skills and qualifications, where learners and workers can move freely, whether for work or further learning. The project will increase the cooperation between the world of education and training and the working environment. It will help vocational schools, education managers and methodical consultants to better prepare and implement European development plans.
Training for Advanced Level E-material with New Technologies in Education
Preparing Advanced Education Material in Electronic Environment
Reference Number: 2016-1-TR01- KA201034129
Project Owner: Kayseri Provincial Directorate of National Education
PROJECT OBJECTIVE: To improve the quality of technology utilization by providing good practice among the schools that use new technologies in education in the EU countries.
Study time: 36 Months
Date: 01/10/2016 - 30/09/2018
Project number: 2016-2-ES02-KA205-007980
The project eSkills for Volunteers was formed and written in order to answer the need of European volunteers who lack informatic skills. The aim and the objective of the project is to introduce to the target groups different ways of using the newest technologies in order to organise events, promote yourself or gain new working experience.
The consortium which was formed by the partner countries is focused on implementing new solutions and innovative methods within the area of computers, technology and the use of these tools for self improvement. The intellectual output which was planned within the project will be in the form of online courses available to all European Volunteers. They will have the opportunity to gain new skills and experience. The courses will be available in four languages – spanish, italian, portuguese and romanian. They will give the chance to voulunteers to gain the theoretical and practical knowledge which is necessary in today’s world.
The team of partners consists of young, creative people with fresh ideas and look on the development of youth. The focus is placed on the most important aspects and due to the project the target group has a chance to experience something innovative and new. The volunteers were given the opportunity to work on their key competencies.
Rehabilitation Way In New Directions
Project Number: JUST/2014/JDRU/AG/DRUG/4000006629
Objectives: In response to the increasing number of young drug users committing crimes the ReWIND project is focused on the research of best practices in rehabilitation treatment for young drug users in prison and seeks to refine and consolidate an integrated system of interventions, involving the professionalism and the ability of public and private services, for purposes of re-education and/or rehabilitation.
Target Group: The target group that will directly be addressed by the ReWIND project is:
Project Number: 589785-EPP-1-2017-1-PT-EPPKA2-CBY-ACPALA
The Women Get Back (WGB) is a Capacity Building project within the framework of the European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme with project partners from Portugal, Romania,Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Paraguay,Peru, Nicaragua, Argetntina and Brazil. The “European Year of Equal Opportunities for All”, held in 2007 and a European scale, reinforces the idea that it is necessary to combat the multiple discrimination, in particular and to promote equal opportunities.
In Europe, women returning to the labour market are a significant part of the labour force available. However, these women are often overlooked in statistics, especially when they are not registered as unemployed.
Statistics show that, on average, women have 40% less chances, comparing with man, to be offered them a position, which illustrates the difficulties that women face when returning to the labour market, including their exclusion from it. On the other side, in Latin America women’s efforts have been crucial for reducing extreme poverty in the region. In fact, many Latin American women are abandoning more traditional roles to engage in what was previously considered “men’s work.” Several women have undertaken initiatives to form small businesses to address and overcome the effects of violence in their lives and that of their families.
Unfortunately, in Latin America, prejudices and stereotypes from the past remain and cases of harassment or street violence against women continue. In addition, nearly 30 % of young women in Latin America become mothers before 20 years of age and the majority of them are socioeconomically underprivileged, which fosters the intergenerational reproduction of poverty, hinders women’s autonomy and their life projects, and underscores the need for sex education and reproductive health services to be made a public policy priority, according to a new report by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC, 2014) and often they have difficulties in gaining access to a profession.
European Quality Assurance in Transnational VET Mobility through Socially Responsible Behaviour
Project No: 2017-1-UK01-KA202-036666
Project duration: 24 months
Transnational mobility has over the last decade become a household byword in VET policy discussions not only in EC context, but also at national and regional policy level. Nowadays, being increasingly employed as a pedagogical tool in formal and non-formal contexts, issues of quality in mobility become a pressing concern. Although considered quite important it is very difficult to pin down precisely what good quality in mobility actually means. Here comes the correlation between quality and quantity: the more is known about quality and how to achieve it, the more confident and effective organizations can be in their efforts to reach out and offer mobility experience as a meaningful opportunity for strengthening future employability and personal development.
STAYMOBIL project will result in raising the issue about common understanding of ‘quality through SR’, provision of high quality mobility and higher level of satisfaction from the experience, thereby sustained learning outcomes and increased number of mobility organizers and users, contributing to European internationalization of VET organizations in Erasmus+ Programme countries and creation of a genuine European labour market.
Project number: 2015-1-LV02-KA205-000609
The Project is directed to young people threatened with exclusion from the society. The participating countries divided the project into blocks and according to those, 1 week workshops are organised in each partner country (Turkey, Portugal, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Hungary and Latvia).
During the workshops young people have a chance to obtain new skills in the field of social entreprenuership, managament, enetreprenuership, social risks and leadership. During the training period, the particpants are mentored and evaluated. Every mobility gives them a chance to exchange ideas, look back at their achievements, collaborate with each other, introduce new and innovative solutions.
What is more, the objectives of the project also focus on the cultural aspect of the life. The young participants have the opportunity to learn and broaden their horizons as far as the culture and history of the partners countries are concerned.
The value of the project is that it is directed to young, passionate people, who see the neccesity to implement changes, take moderate risks and cooperate with each other. The additional positive aspect of those intercultural exchanges is the fact that the young people meet the chance of developing their language skills – they communicate in English and they have the chance to gain new language experience.
The partners which participate in the project are various. The consortium was formed from schools and NGOs, so it gives a better and clearer look on the needs of today’s teenagers. Because of this, the partners have a chance to get deeper in the needs of the younger generation and make observations from different angles and perspectives.
Project number: 2014-2-PL01-KA205-013520
Youth Entreprenuership Connector is a project directed to young people who would like to establish their own business in Poland, Portugal or Slovakia. The main Intellectual Outputs within the project are:
Thanks to the tasks that have to be performed in virtual reality, the targeted group has the opportunity to gain new management skills. They learn proper procedures connected with opening a business entity, go through the documents, analyse the steps that have to be taken, learn about the funding they can obtain from various sources.
The outcomes of the porject give a better insight into the business world in the three particpating countries. Young entreprenuers have the chance to braoden their business horizon, learn the similarities and differences connected with establishing a business in Poland, Portugal and Slovakia. What is more thanks to this, they also have the opportunity to gain new knowledge concerning the possibility of opening a business in other Eropean Countries.
We provide all opportunities for individuals to improve their skills, enhance their employability and gain cultural awareness.
Our organization is accredited (2013-PT-24 ) as sending organization, host organization and Co-ordinating organization.
Volunteers shall be chosen regardless of their ethnicity, religion, sexual preference, political view.