ADICE sets European projects up in order to improve its educational support and working tools toward young people.The aim is also to work in conjunction with European partners to facilitate the support of our participants abroad.
The guide for evaluation and capitalization meetings with participants after their mobility is the fourth intellectual outputs of the Erasmus + PC IMPRESS strategic partnership. The guide can now be downloaded.
This guide aims at being an innovative tool for whoever works in mobility programs and manages young people with fewer opportunities taking part in mobility experiences abroad.
It contains guidelines for project managers to be followed during the final evaluation phase, at the return of young people from their mobility experiences.
Those guidelines shall facilitate project managers in:
Stimulating reflection with the youngsters about their learning path;
Evaluating the mobility experience itself;
Switching evaluation meeting in capitalisation one;
Stimulating young people to identify further steps in the future;
Stimulating the youngsters to discover and valorise their skills and identify skills required by the job market
The guide is designed for any person working in mobility programs. S/he can be a youth worker, project manager, mentor, tutor dealing with a final stage of a mobility experience, specifically when participants return back home.
It contains tools, meetings, advices, tips to be followed once the mobility is ended. Starting from the previous experience of the PC IMPRESS partner organisations, the partnership decided to set up a pedagogical flow aiming at, first, evaluating the mobility experience and, then, looking at competences acquired during the mobility to be used in the labour market and in the everyday life.
The “Guide for evaluation and capitalization meetings with participants after their mobility” is one of the six intellectual output developed, tested and finalized by the partnership formed by: ADICE (France), CESIE (Italy), PRO WORK (Holland), STEP (Spain), VCC (Poland). This projects aims at promoting and capitalizing formal and non-formal knowledge and soft & hard skills of young people coming from a mobility experience as a way to strengthened people’s employability.
The list of existing tools and methods for capitalization of non formal education activities in each country is the first intellectual output of the PC IMPRESS Erasmus + strategic partnership. The booklet can now be downloaded.
This booklet is an essential tools for any organization working in the field of international mobility. It collects tools to evaluate and capitalize international mobility experiences and non formal education activities.
Very easy to use, you will find there both the tools created by the European Union and the tools set up and used by the partners of the project.
Thanks to this booklet, you will be able to discover :
European tools for the capitalization fo competences, that can be used before or after the mobility experience
The tools of our partners, that can be used before, during or after the mobility experience.
A precise description and the links to the different tools will allow you to use them with your participants.
The « List of existing tools and methods for capitalization of non formal education activities in each country » is one of the six intellectual output developed, tested and finalized by the partnership formed by: ADICE (France), CESIE (Italy), PRO WORK (Holland), STEP (Spain), VCC (Poland). This project aims at promoting and capitalizing formal and non-formal knowledge and soft & hard skills of young people coming from a mobility experience as a way to strengthened people’s employability.
This booklet is available in six different languages:
The Skills Portfolio is the new essential tool for every participants in a mobility project. It allows people to conduct a self-assessment of their skills according to the 8 key-competencies of the European Union before, during and after a mobility experience.
A lot of youngsters never categorize what they know in terms of knowledge and skills. School/university graduates absorb a lot of information that is not integrated with knowledge and competencies gained through work and life experiences. The Skills Portfolio allows to verbalize, and thereby valorize, these competencies.
You will give responses to statements that will show your know-hows, and to give concrete examples of how you acquired them. It is a personal record of your accomplishments, therefore it should reflect your true abilities, skills and accomplishments.
Very easy to use, it will facilitate the communication with your project manager. You will keep filling it along you mobility project, from planning to returning. The aim is to make you think about concrete examples that you could provide during future job interviews.
The Skills Portfolio is one of the six documents stemming from intellectual outputs elaborated in the PC Impress program. It has been developed by the partner associations Adice (Fr), Cesie (It), ProWork (NL), Step (Esp) and VCC Foundation (Pol). PC IMPRESS aims at promoting and capitalizing formal and non-formal knowledge and soft & hard skills of young people coming from a mobility experience as a way to strengthened people’s employability.
The Skills Portfolio exists in the six languages of our partners:
The project “Connection Opportunities for People in Europe” – COPE – brings together 5 European partners who worked previously on E2MP project.
This brand new project, complementary with E2MP project, aims to enable young people with fewer opportunities to access trainings and offers linked with international mobility to improve their skills and employability.
The main objectives:
Connect young people in Europe with the aim of increasing social inclusion, promoting EU values, diversity acceptance and inter-cultural and social dialogue.
COPE encourages the youth to support their peers in need through voluntarism and learning exchanges.
Fight against long-term work/training inactivity.
Increase young people with fewer opportunities basic skills through simplified training and peer learning;
Connect young people with fewer opportunities with job centres and inform them about European job support and initiatives
Make Erasmus+ accessible to everyone and motivate young people with fewer opportunities to take part in a mobility project
Decrease young people’s fears related to mobility through guidance.
To achieve those goals, a platform will be developped with:
A training Kit
A Module on departure preparation
Introduction to EU and International Mobility Grants
Forum for participants
COPE’s rationale is focused on two top key elements of the EU policies: social inclusion and unemployment among youth with fewer opportunities.
The project partners are:
CCW from Wales (Lead Partner)
ADICE from France
Sophie DELABARRE Conseil from France CESIE from Italy EFM from Poland
Les partenaires du projet CoCoRa se sont réunis à Roubaix les 7 et 8 juillet afin de discuter des avancées du projet portant sur la lutte contre la radicalisation des jeunes.
Les partenaires danois, allemands, autrichiens et italiens ont discuté de leur travail respectif pour lutter contre la radicalisation et ont échangé leurs méthodes et pratiques pour prévenir les risques et favoriser l’engagement citoyen des jeunes dans leurs villes respectives.
La première journée du séminaire a été consacrée à une présentation de la première réalisation du projet par tous les partenaires: il s’agissait, pendant la première partie de l’année, de rassembler les structures locales intéressées par le projet et de les informer sur la création du programme de prévention. les partenaires ont ainsi pu mettre en réseau les acteurs locaux intéressés, qui pourront ainsi recruter des jeunes pour participer à une série d’ateliers de prévention sur la radicalisation.
La deuxième journée a été consacrée à l’échange d’idées et de méthodes pour la mise en place des ateliers de prévention. Les sujets retenus, et qui seront abordés par chaque partenaire avec une vingtaine de jeunes, sont les suivants:
la citoyenneté active
la lutte contre les discriminations dans la vie quotidienne et dans la législation
les valeurs, les traditions et le sentiment d’appartenance
la radicalisation violente et l’extrémisme
les politiques jeunesse
les opportunités jeunesse
Des acteurs locaux de la lutte contre la radicalisation sont venus présentés leurs outils et méthodes aux partenaires du projet:
Moussa Allem, de la DRJSCS (Direction Régionale de la Jeunesse, des Sports et de la Cohésion Sociale Nord – Pas-de-Calais)
Ali Rhani, de l’association Rencontre et Dialogue
Guillaume Logé, de l’ALEFPA (Association Laïque pour l’Education, la Formation, la Prévention et l’autonomie)
Le programme de prévention CoCoRa sera testé dans chaque pays du partenariat et débouchera sur la création d’un guide regroupant les expériences, méthodes et outils de chaque partenaire, et qui sera disponible à l’issue du projet, fin 2017.
La prochaine réunion du partenariat aura lieu en janvier 2017 dans les locaux du partenaire Verein Multikulturel à Innsbruck (Autriche).
The project “European Mobility Management Platform Project” brings together 5 European partners, located in Wales, Poland, Italy and France.
The objective of the project is to enable youth workers to acquire skills and expertise needed to manage international mobility projects. The idea is to support young people with fewer opportunities in the construction of their project. To that purpose several tools will be created in cooperation :
An online training on the management of European mobility projects
A specific training session for the support of young people with fewer opportunities
An evaluation and certification process for youth workers
A guide on the sessions of vocational guidance and inclusion
A platform to capitalize and disseminate these tools.
The main objective is to facilitate social inclusion and employability of young people, especially those with fewer opportunities, through effective management of mobility projects by youth workers.
The project partners are:
ADICE (Lead Partner)
CCW in Pays de Galle
A Tire They in France
EFM in Poland
Here you can see the video made at the seminar held in Cardiff!
Promotion and capitalization of international mobility projects to increase employability
In partnership with CESIE (Italy), Pro Work (Netherlands), STEP (Spain) and VCC Foundation (Poland), ADICE has developed a project within the framework of the strategic partnership, which aims to promote and capitalize international mobility projects.
International Mobility projects are now considered throughout Europe as new non-formal education opportunities for beneficiaries to acquire new personal and professional skills. The purpose of PC IMPRESS project is to highlight professional and social values acquired through mobility projects. PC IMPRESS tries to address the issue on what to do after an international mobility project with an appropriate methodology and performance tools.
PC IMPRESS project focuses mainly on the promotion of formal and non-formal knowledge gained through mobility as a way of enhancing employability. It is open to all beneficiaries of a mobility project and offers concrete tools to support them. PC IMPRESS also pays special attention to social inclusion: in fact, an international mobility experience can cause disorientation, so it is very important to follow people with fewer opportunities after such an experience.
In the PC IMPRESS project, the partners are committed to promote the values of international mobility for employment and social integration.
Through this project, we will share tools and methodology to improve the values of international mobility projects and to capitalize some of the best European practices.
Creating innovative and practical tools for participants in an international mobility project and for non-formal education workers
Developing partnerships in the field of education and employment
This project takes place over a period of 36 months from 1 September 2014 to 31 August 2017.
Throughout Europe we can observe an increased preparedness to prevent and counteract young people´s radicalisation towards violent and militant extremism. However, in previous efforts, there seems to be skepticism about the involvement of local communities and civil society resources in the activities.
The CoCoRa project therefore aims to develop a prevention strategy in close collaboration with local communities that may be targeted by violent extremists.
The CoCoRa partner organisations from five European countries work together to reach the following overall aims:
To contribute to the improvement of prevention efforts against violent extremism and terrorist recruitment among young people
To develop a prevention programme focused on young people’s empowerment and equal and active citizenship
To involve local communities as equal partners in developing the prevention programme, involving community knowledge, confidence and credibility
To train the young participants for an intercultural ambassadorship to engage in dialogue and coproduction with professionals in prevention activities