Leonardo Partneship

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Leonardo Partneship

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)

WORKSHOPS TO SHARE SKILLS

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

Agenda

COUNTRY - PARTNER INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT

Departments

The Italian team who is responsible for the “Works Council” presented their work on the preparation of brochures for different types of tourism. They also presented the “Language mobility kit”, a common dictionary (filled in by each country) with everyday language, as well as terminology for each department, enriched with an (English to English) part with terminology about Robotics.

The French team who is responsible for the “Sales and Management” department provided information on how to organize an event (in our case, the fair in Toulouse). They explained issues such as: the objectives, the budget, the organization of stands, advertising, the media and several details with reference to the particular fair.

The German team who is responsible for the “Human Resources” department presented their work on CVs, questionnaires and Jobs ads/applications. They also presented videos with “real” job interviews performed and shot by students in their school.

The Spanish team, who is responsible for the “Management and Finance” department presented the company’s website (asked for suggestions/changes) and gave us some features about the company’s budget and finance.

The Greek team, who is responsible for the “Manufacturing” department presented (live) some experiments about how materials “behave” and analysed the concept upon which the sorting of materials is based.

The Portuguese team, responsible for the “Communication and Marketing” department, presented the several posters and flyers that they had prepared for the fair in Toulouse. After a thorough “examination”, both students and teachers decided in common which poster and flyer to use for the fair. They also explained to us all how they had organized the workshops that we would attend.

During the Marketing workshop –both students and teachers worked on websites and web advertising.

Cultural visits

3rd meeting in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal...

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The Bulgarian team who is responsible for “e-Business” presented their work on online and offline business and shared with us some techniques and methods concerning e-commerce

3rd MEETING IN CALDAS DA RAINHA Sunny weather, 30 degrees and happy faces welcomed us in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal, where the 3rd meeting of our Leonardo Multilateral project “Jobs for Youth, Skills for Companies” was held from 12th to 16th May. Most of students this time stayed at hosting families, while the activities concerning the implementation of the project were carried out at Escola Secundaria Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, a stunning building in the middle of the town which absolutely showed us what “ART” is about, amazing! As perfectly planned by the Portuguese referees of the project, Luis Militao, Maria Joao Anacleto and Joao Duarte, the very first day of the activities students presented the work done in each department of the BLUEBOT Company and participated in two different workshops led by Portuguese students. The first concerning Marketing, was about how to deal with websites and web advertising; the second workshop on IT showed students and teachers how video editing works. Strictly related to the workshops was the visit to “Janela Digital”, a company which provides technological solutions for the real estate business, in terms of management (softwares) and marketing (advertising on the Internet). All the work done by teachers, instead, focused on the organization for the activities to be developed up to next meeting and the FAIR in Toulouse, next stop for the project. Discovering Òbidos, Sao Martinho do Porto, Foz do Arelho, Alcobaça and Nazaré was absolutely amazing: sunny weather, the sea and the beach, a wonderful walking on the sand, felt like summer already! For our last night there, the families arranged a dinner at school together with students to say goodbye to the guests/friends. Not a real goodbye, actually, but just a “see you soon”! In fact, we will see us soon in Toulouse, France, for the 4th meeting, from 29th September to 3rd October 2014. This time all students will be in charge for the presentation of the project and company, BLUEBOT, in a fair in which the representatives from each countries are also given the possibility to present the peculiarities of the area they come from.

Article about the meeting in Caldas


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