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JOBS 7th meeting in Sitia, Greece

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Ecology
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JOBS 7th meeting in Sitia, Greece

7th MEETING IN SITIAIt could not end up better: sun, fun, dance, excellent food and cultural trips marked the end of our two-year project “Jobs for Youth, Skills for Companies”. Finally, we saw the final product of our company Bluebot finished by the Greek team,lead by Angela and John from EPAL SITIA Technical Vocational School of Sitia.During this last meeting held last May, 4th - 8th, students could present all the work during the two years: each school, representing one departmental area of our company, showed the results of a hard work to the audience, teachers, students and representatives from local authorities in Sitia. Students from Germany represented the Human Resources department, students from Italy represented the Work Council department, students from Spain represented the financial department, students from Portugal represented the Communicationdepartment, students from France represented the Sales department and students from Bulgaria represented the IT department. The most interesting part of the final event was the final workshop led by the Greek team: students finally presented the Manufacturing department and the greatest outcome of this project: theRobot. In particular, they showed how the robot could separate waste according to the material, weight, size and diameter and put it in the right part of the bin.The European dimension of our project was enclosed in a Global Portfolio for European skills, containing the European common dictionary, the CV of the ideal European Worker and the Skills required by Companies when recruiting young workers. The main idea is to foster long-life learning and the recognition of non-formal and informal learning processes. Unfortunately, this was our last meeting, but living in Europe and being European never means the end, so, there is no better way to say goodbye to our new European friends than this one, hoping to see all of you again…and again….and again….

7th meeting in Sitia, Greece....

Article about the meeting in Sitia

1. Issec Pigier (Toulousse, France) - coordinator2. Kaufmannische Berufsbildende Schulen Nordhorn, (Germany)3. (EPAL SITIA ) Technical Vocational School of Sitia, (Greece)4. Escola Secundária Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, (Portugal)5. Vocational training center at London College Dublin ltd, Sofia (Bulgaria)6. C.F.O.P. Don Tonino Bello, (Italy)7. IES Xabier Zubiri Manteo BHI, (Donostia)

LEONARDO PARTNERSHIP 2013-20152013-1-FR-LEO04-49614 6“Jobs for youth, Skills for Companies”

COUNTRY - PARTNER INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT

FRANCESales and Management

VTC TO “LONDON COLLEGE DUBLIN” LTD 18, St. Stambolov Str, 1301, Sofia, Bulgaria, Phone: (+359 2) 9894 700, +359 887 440 213, +359 895 879 677

BULGARIAIT Department

SPAINManagement and Finance

ITALYWorks Council

GERMANYHuman Resources

PORTUGALCommunication and Marketing

Cultural visits

The official presentation of the project and the robot, in front of an audience in Sitia.

Memories

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication (communication) reflects the views only of the author and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of information contained therein

GREECEManufacturing

The robot's name is TalosIn Greek mythology Talos was a giant man of bronze who protector of Crete

Last, it was time for the Robot’s “christening”. As its “godmother” we chose the general responsible of the European projects in Crete Mrs Psaltaki Jenny, who was very happy to accept the honour as she said.


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