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Regionalne Centrum Wolontariatu w Kielcach

Regionalne Centrum Wolontariatu w Kielcach

Regional Volunteer Center is one of the most active NGOs in our region. We have been the only one Training Center for our voivodeship and one more in Poland of Youth in action Programme and Erasmus + nowadays. We have already hosted more than 60 long term EVS / ESC volunteers. For many years, we send a lot of young people to participate in many projects such as youth exchanges, international training courses and others. We ve written and organised many Youth in Action and Erasmus + projects with variety of topics like: Sport, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Civic Volunteering, Dance, Cultural Differences, Discrimination etc. In all of them we have used methods of the ETS in all Key Actions. We are also active on local and regional level. Every year, in cooperation with our local partners we organise and help with various of events like: - European Youth Week, - Gala of Volunteering, - Amnesty International: Marathon of Writing Letters - One Bilion Rising The Voluneer Centre has realized in KA2 Strategic Partnership project Civic Volunteering Innovations in Action on volunteering in public services which was one of the first and biggest strategic partnerships project in Poland with very good outcomes, YouthWork360 implementing VR Videomaking in youthwork and many more! Regional Volunteer Centre runs many different initiatives for your i.e. Youth Bus Stop regular, free of charge workshops with different topics for instance language workshops, PR workshops, meetings with travellers, game club and others. Our projects and actions are based on a non-formal education that we always try to promote. In 2018 we were grantee of Visegrad Fund and we organised Contact Making Seminar about Non-formal Education at school and how its methods and tools can be used in a formal learning by teachers. In 2019 we have started our first Erasmus+ Adult Education project on Education Through Sport as well as Erasmus+ Sport Big Collaborative Partnership project.

Social Innovation&Entrepreneurship Center SiNC

Social Innovation&Entrepreneurship Center SiNC

Since 2017 SiNC has been organizing boost camps, forums, workshops, training courses, managing accelerator/incubator programs for young people and women residing in Tbilisi and especially in remote regions of Georgia who are from low-income families. SiNC is developing their skills and innovative ideas and also we support them with free mentoring program and support them to achieve product-market fit. Now SiNC is developing volunteering program for early school-leavers and university students. In 2019 on 31 August 7 September Young people from Georgia participated in the training course Youth in Rural Development held in Agros, Ciprus. The project was implemented by Youth Dynamics. Partner organization from Georgia: Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center SiNC. The training course aimed at providing intercultural/ international discussion, good practice examples sharing, presenting new ideas for rural development processes in the context of global changes.The idea of this project is based by needs strengthen the viability of rural areas, to increase youth employment and strengthen their capability to exploit the strategic breakthrough conditions in case to create innovative development ideas and to strengthen the Co-operation in the framework of ERASMUS+ programme. During the project, youth had the opportunity to know about the entrepreneurship opportunities, rural business development by using local rural resources such as natural environment, rural social capital, boundary objects, social infrastructure and others. The methods of the project: know how technique, rapid rural appraisal , case studies, visiting good practice examples, study of participation and etc. The training course combined the principles of non-formal education and experiential approach based on participants needs, motivations and experiences by using intercultural learning methods and tools such as games and exercises, group presentations, workshops, debates, role plays, forum theatre, outdoor activities and team building. The project was held in Cyprus, Agros and involved 32 participants coming from EU and Non-EU countries. Additional information you can find here: https://www.facebook.com/SiNCgeorgia www.sinc.org.ge In 2019 SiNC co-organized ClimateLaunchpad competition in Georgia, the world s largest green business ideas competition in cooperation with GITA-Georgia s Innovation and Technology Agency and SPARK, Business Accelerator. 12 teams were selected and trained in two-days intensive bootcamp with top ranked curriculum and methodology for cleanteches. For the next two months teams received coaching from local and international mentors to validate their ideas and improve their pitch decks. In October on National Final in Georgia top three teams were selected whose representatives would have gone to Amsterdam, Holand on Global Grand Final in November to get access to global ecosystem and market and pitch in front of the investors, jury memmbers and battle for prizes and a spot in international accelerator EIT Climate-KIC Accelerator. In total this year 53 countries were involved in this project. Additional information you can find here: https://www.facebook.com/CLPGeorgia https://www.facebook.com/SiNCgeorgia www.sinc.org.ge

Mine Vaganti NGO

Mine Vaganti NGO

Mine Vaganti NGO is a no-profit organisation born in Sardinia in 2009. MVNGO has 4 offices in Sassari (where MVNGO managed a Youth Center for 2 years), Uri, Olbia and Tempio Pausania covering all the North of Sardinia with other branches in the rest of Italy. MVNGO promotes intercultural dialogue, social and green entrepreneurship, social inclusion through Sport, Formal and Non Formal Education including disadvantaged targets as migrants and people with disabilities. MVNGO is part of 3 international networks such as YEE, ISCA and MV International. MVNGO is an educational training provider at local and european level. MVNGO has a consultant role for public and private bodies in order to promote and develop european and trans-continental projects in Youth/Adults/VET/HEI/Sport Sectors. MVNGO works on Erasmus+, Horizon 2020, Cosme, Europe for Citizens, Creative Europe, EuropeAid, EaSi, Life+, IEE, the United Nations programmes (UNDEF) and with foundations such as EYF, Fondazione con il Sud, Anna Lindh and Open Society.

Center for Social Innovation

Center for Social Innovation

Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) is a Research and Development organisation, which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional and global entities. These entities include but are not limited to governments, local administrative agencies, non for profit agencies, commercial entities, and educational institutions. The CSI team is composed of open-minded, fully equipped researchers, entrepreneurs, project managers, trainers and Information Technology Developers. CSI encompasses the capability and capacity to identify social needs, design and implement adjusted initiatives, and provide for sustainable growth. The CSI team's areas of expertise are in the fields of traditional education and e-learning, entrepreneurship, start-ups, innovation, creativity, negotiations, IP advisory services, social responsibility, business advisory solutions, data analytics, information technologies, project management, project evaluation services, product validation, training and computer gaming. CSI draws know-how and skills from its wide global network which includes academic institutions, IT companies, public services, international organizations, start-ups, and public services.

WBL_Online Meeting and final stages of project

WBL_Online Meeting and final stages of project

Partners’ online meeting and final stages of the project

On the 16th of July, the partners of Work-based learning: The Entrance to the Professional Future have met online to discuss the final stages of the project! In particular, they discussed:
  1. The project dissemination, which is a crucial part of the project,
  2. The progress of the Collaborative Network,
  3. Financial management, and
  4. The upcoming partners’ meeting in Sardinia, Italy in September 2020. The third and final partners’ meeting, which was scheduled to take place in July 2020, has been postponed due to the challenges posed by the global pandemic circumstances. Instead, the partners decided to transfer the meeting in September 2020.
All partners are working hard to complete the project activities! Among the latest actions of the project is the development of the online Collaborative Network, a tool that allows different European organisations to register and also look for potential collaborations in various EU-funded projects. The utmost purpose of the Network is to connect entities ready to strengthen the implementation of international mobility schemes and to offer more support for such opportunities for young people. To register on the Collaborative Network visit: https://work-basedlearning.eu/registration/ To find other organisations to collaborate with visit: https://work-basedlearning.eu/registered-organizations/ The partnership also published the Best Practices Report, which is the final product of the project! The report is addressed to every person of any age that wants to know more about the VET sectors in different European countries and the reality of Work Based Learning (WBL). The readers will get familiar with the definitions of the VET and WBL; they will be able to learn about the VET sectors and its specific problems in each partner country; they will see what are the common problems of this sector in the European countries participating in this project and they will gain knowledge on the Work Based Learning. The full report is available to download for free on the project website: https://work-basedlearning.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/WBL_best-practices_final.pdf PDF File

Local Work Phase

Local Work Phase

Local Work Phase

Article WBL CECIS ROMANIA CECIS organized between September – December 2019 local activities within the project Work based learning – the entrance to the professional future, finance by European Union through Erasmus+ Program, Strategic Partnerships in the Youth Field. The local activities developed involved 2 parts: 1st part – organization of meetings with VET schools from Gorj County to present Erasmus+ opportunities in VET field and establish partnerships. As result of meetings we have settled 3 local partnerships with 3 VET schools from Gorj County and we formed a National Consortium led by CECIS. Through this Consortium we have applied a VET project for students enrolled in technological high schools. 2nd part – organization of a Youth Share event on 19 December aimed to promote international work based learning opportunities for 20 young people. The event started with the general presentation of the Erasmus+ project Work based learning – the entrance to the professional future, finance by European Union through Erasmus+ Program, Strategic Partnerships in the Youth Field.  Youth workers from CECIS presented the opportunities for work based learning and how youngsters can participate in such projects. The presentation was followed by questions and answers session. Local Work Phase Mundus The project “Work Based Learning – The entrance to professional future” is now at its Mid-stage. From Asociación Mundus in Zaragoza, we have presented during several meetings, the benefits of operating international mobility and apprenticeship to the students and schools in order to make closer the relationships between NGOs and educational providers. At the same time, we are working on better communication and cooperation with a wide range of companies who have been hosting students since 2016 and who have been awarded in the BET4VET event that took place in Zaragoza in the middle of November for their great collaboration and support.   https://asociacionmundus.com/traineeship-in-spain/bet4vet-mobility/bet4vet-mobility/ Local Work Phase all partner Local Work Phase in all partner countries The project “Work Based Learning – The entrance to professional future” is now at its mid stage. This is a very important project work stream as all partner organizations involved are required to operate local actions in order to promote such kind of learning and international mobilities in the VET field in their regions. Therefore, partners have gathered school representatives as well students and have presented the benefits of operating international mobility and apprenticeship schemes for those target groups. The idea for holding such local work phases was to put NGOs and private educational providers closer to public vocational education entities and in this way create valuable ways of cooperation, proposing sustainable future partnerships within the Erasmus+ program. Bulgaria: In Bulgaria, the leading local entity Horizont ProConsult has gathered in Sofia the representatives of almost 30 Vocational schools from all around the country. Two different meetings have been operated. During those meetings, the experts from Horizont ProConsult team have explained the steps to be done for getting EU funding for operating international apprenticeship schemes and the ways of involving students in them. Also, teachers and school staff have learned about the long-term benefits relevant for their institutions while proposing such international activities to their students. last but not least, all institutional members involved have had networking opportunities and have been introduced to the web platform which the project has developed, relevant for registering and finding new partnerships with institutions from several EU countries. Schools but also fellow NGO representatives have declared their big satisfaction out of those working and networking encounters and confirmed their interest to apply for EU funding through the Erasmus+ program for VET mobilities during 2020. The long term results out of the local work operated will be evaluated by the end of the project and within its follow up activities. Greece: Unemployment is one of the strongest challenges faced by European youth nowadays and combatting it remains as a top priority aspect for securing a positive future for young people. “Work Based Learning – The Entrance to the professional future” project aims at creating youth-centered empowering environment for enabling young people to undergo WBL mobility and promotes holistic approach for fostering youth employability by bridging non-formal, formal education and labor market sectors, contributing to the creation of long term multi-level cross-sectorial networking and cooperation In this framework, the first local work phase of the project “WBL: The entrance to professional future” on behalf of IED took place on the 1st of October 2019 in the premises of the Institute of Entrepreneurship Development in the organization’s office, in Larissa, Greece. The majority of the event’s audience was mainly higher education’s students who study in the University of Thessaly, which is located in the city of Larissa. In total, 20 students participated in the event, as well as one of the participants in the C1, which held in Zaragoza, Spain in June 2019. The event was consisted of presentations which were conducted in order to introduce the project, its purpose, targets, goals and future perspectives to the participants. Not only the project, but also the training activity which held in Zaragoza, Spain in June 2019, were presented in detail. Moreover, IED presented the future training activities that are planned for “WBL: The entrance to professional future” as well. Except for presentations regarding the project, other presentations included topics like the Work Based Learning in Europe and the chances for mobilities around this subject. At the end of the local work phase many of the participants expressed their interest in participating in the upcoming training activities of the project and keep being informed for the project’s updates. All presentations were conducted in Greek language. Cyprus: The local work phase in Cyprus was done in two separate activities: the first activity, the local work phase for youth, aimed to inform young people about the benefits of work-based learning environments and apprenticeships in companies abroad. CSI has implemented the local work phase for youth during the national festival “Up to You(th)!”, organized by the Youth Board of Cyprus on the 28th of September 2019 in Nicosia. During the event, which has gathered hundreds of young people from all over the island, CSI invited young people to its booth, offering the project’s flyer and discussing with them the possibilities that the project can provide to young people like them. The second phase, the local work phase with stakeholders, aimed at getting interested schools and VET colleges to apply for an Erasmus+ KA1 VET proposal in February 2020. CSI has contacted numerous schools and colleges in Cyprus, informing them about the Work-based learning project and the possibility to develop a proposal in line with the project’s objectives and goals. CSI has also implemented a face-to-face meeting with a local VET college to further discuss the planning of the proposal to be developed for the upcoming Erasmus+ KA1 VET deadline. Spain: The project “Work Based Learning – The entrance to professional future” is now at its Mid-stage. From Asociación Mundus in Zaragoza, we have presented during several meetings, the benefits of operating international mobility and apprenticeship to the students and schools in order to make closer the relationships between NGOs and educational providers. At the same time, we are working on better communication and cooperation with a wide range of companies who have been hosting students since 2016 and who have been awarded in the BET4VET event that took place in Zaragoza in the middle of November for their great collaboration and support. https://asociacionmundus.com/traineeship-in-spain/bet4vet-mobility/bet4vet-mobility/ Romania: CECIS organized between September – December 2019 local activities within the project Work based learning – the entrance to the professional future, finance by European Union through Erasmus+ Program, Strategic Partnerships in the Youth Field. The local activities developed involved 2 parts: 1st part – organization of meetings with VET schools from Gorj County to present Erasmus+ opportunities in VET field and establish partnerships. As result of meetings we have settled 3 local partnerships with 3 VET schools from Gorj County and we formed a National Consortium led by CECIS. Through this Consortium we have applied a VET project for students enrolled in technological high schools. 2nd part – organization of a Youth Share event on 19 December aimed to promote international work-based learning opportunities for 20 young people. The event started with the general presentation of the Erasmus+ project Work based learning – the entrance to the professional future, finance by European Union through Erasmus+ Program, Strategic Partnerships in the Youth Field.  Youth workers from CECIS presented the opportunities for work-based learning and how youngsters can participate in such projects. The presentation was followed by questions and answers session. Croatia: Business School PAR contacted numerous schools in the VET sector during the November and December. Consequently, we organized several meetings with the school representatives. At the meeting we presented the WBL project and put emphasis on the benefits which the program offers to their students. Some of the schools were already introduced with the Erasmus+ programme, but for most of them it was something very new. School representatives gave permission to disseminate the project to their students as well. Students were very interested in the topic and overall concept and opportunities which Erasmus offers. Business School PAR has collaborated with many schools before, but for the very first time plans to engage in VET consortium. Italy: Mine Vaganti NGO carried out several local activities in different schools in North Sardinia (Italy) between September and November 2019. MVNGO organised 2 meetings with students in 2 schools in September and November. We involved a large number of students to whom we presented the project WBL and we shared the European opportunities for youth (Youth Exchange, Training Course, ESC, etc.) offered by the Erasmus Plus programme. Most of the students didn’t know about VET mobilities or any other kind of opportunities. We also identified and analysed the needs of the students with fewer opportunities during a NFE workshop. Moreover, we organised several meetings with school representatives, both in our office and schools in October and November. We presented the project and we proposed them to be part of a consortium of schools in the frame of a VET project that will apply in February 2020. We have already collaborated with different high-schools in the frame of Erasmus Plus – KA1 VET projects and we have successful implemented some of them. Article Mine Vaganti NGO carried out several local activities in different schools in North Sardinia (Italy) between September and November 2019. MVNGO organised 2 meetings with students in 2 schools in September and November. We involved a large number of students to whom we presented the project WBL and we shared the European opportunities for youth (Youth Exchange, Training Course, ESC, etc.) offered by the Erasmus Plus programme. Most of the students didn’t know about VET mobilities or any other kind of opportunities. We also identified and analysed the needs of the students with fewer opportunities during a NFE workshop. Moreover, we organised several meetings with school representatives, both in our office and schools in October and November. We presented the project and we proposed them to be part of a consortium of schools in the frame of a VET project that will apply in February 2020. We have already collaborated with different high-schools in the frame of Erasmus Plus – KA1 VET projects and we have successful implemented some of them. WBL: The entrance to professional future 1st Local Work Phase Report Event: Local Work Phase 1 for the WBL: The entrance to professional future project Host organization: Institute of Entrepreneurship Development – IED Place: Larissa, Greece Date: 01/10/2019 Unemployment is one of the strongest challenges faced by European youth nowadays and combatting it remains as a top priority aspect for securing a positive future for young people. “Work Based Learning – The Entrance to the professional future” project aims at creating youth-centered empowering environment for enabling young people to undergo WBL mobility and promotes holistic approach for fostering youth employability by bridging non-formal, formal education and labor market sectors, contributing to the creation of long term multi-level cross-sectorial networking and cooperation In this framework, the first local work phase of the project “WBL: The entrance to professional future” on behalf of IED took place on the 1st of October 2019 in the premises of the Institute of Entrepreneurship Development in the organization’s office, in Larissa, Greece. The majority of the event’s audience was mainly higher education’s students who study in the University of Thessaly, which is located in the city of Larissa. In total, 20 students participated in the event, as well as one of the participants in the C1, which held in Zaragoza, Spain in June 2019. The event was consisted of presentations which were conducted in order to introduce the project, its purpose, targets, goals and future perspectives to the participants. Not only the project, but also the training activity which held in Zaragoza, Spain in June 2019, were presented in detail. Moreover, IED presented the future training activities that are planned for “WBL: The entrance to professional future” as well. Except for presentations regarding the project, other presentations included topics like the Work Based Learning in Europe and the chances for mobilities around this subject. At the end of the local work phase many of the participants expressed their interest in participating in the upcoming training activities of the project and keep being informed for the project’s updates. All presentations were conducted in Greek language.
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2nd partners meeting in Larisa, Greece

2nd partners meeting in Larisa, Greece

At the end of November 2019, the partnership consortium composed of 8 EU entities working in the educational and nonprofit fields has gathered in Larissa, Greece in order to discuss and sum up the so far achieved project results. Partners have operated several internal evaluation activities beforehand and the project coordinators who attended the meeting have presented the project management and implementation status within their institutions and countries. Out of the activities, that were held, it appeared that so far that all partners have been excellently dealing with the project tasks and implementation and no delays were observed. As expected, all partners were in a stage of local work phase implementation and had implemented different meetings with fellow partners and Vocational schools in order to support them for operating international apprenticeship and mobility schemes for VET students. Partners have declared their readiness to apply for EU funding for such projects within the Erasmus+ program framework next year and to provide support where needed to any fellow collaborators which have shown interest in proposing such learning processes for their students. According the evaluation questionnaires done at the end of the reunion, partners have left very satisfied out of the work done, and were ready to step in the core project phase which is the KA102 project application preparation for the 2020 Erasmus+ VET mobility call.