Presentation on theme: "HOW TO FORM A PARTNERSHIP Training Unit 3.3 Characteristics of the mobility project networks: IVT, PLM, VETPRO."— Presentation transcript:
HOW TO FORM A PARTNERSHIP Training Unit 3.3 Characteristics of the mobility project networks: IVT, PLM, VETPRO
According to the functions that must be carried out by the networks, the following roles can be identified: The proposing organisation formally presents the proposed project to the national Agency. The sending organisation provides the participants and arranges their deployment abroad. The coordinating organisation is responsible for carrying out the project, ensuring all phases and activities are carried out. The host organisation is the responsible for welcoming the beneficiaries abroad. The intermediary organisation can be seen to assist the partners in specific tasks.
Characteristics of the mobility project networks: IVT, PLM, VETPRO With regard to the types of organisations which can act as proposing organisms, the rules of the LLP are explicit: with particular reference to corporations which wish to present themselves as candidates for a Leonardo da Vinci mobility project, there may be: Institutions and organisations that offer learning opportunities in the areas covered by various sectorial programmes; Associations and representatives that work in the field of education and vocational training; including the associations of in-training people and those of parents and teachers; Businesses, social parts and representatives of the labour market, including the Chambers of Commerce; The organisations that provide careers services, advice and information linked to any aspect of life-long learning; Institutes of secondary education; Charity organisations, voluntary associations and non-profit making organisations.
Characteristics of the mobility project networks: IVT, PLM, VETPRO The specific characteristics of the three types of mobility IVT (Intervention networks targeted at juniors in initial vocational training) IVT networks objective is to support participants in the process of learning and life-long learning in the acquisition of skills to support individual development, employability and participation in the labour market. The beneficiaries are normally adolescents from 15 to 19 years old, students in vocational training,apprentices, trainees (except for secondary education where they can benefit from Erasmus funding).
Characteristics of the mobility project networks: IVT, PLM, VETPRO PLM ( Networks for interventions aimed at people on the labour market) are intended: to develop individuals competences; to develop the enhancement of his employment opportunity; to develop the improvement of the trainees mobility. The potential beneficiaries belong to two different types, either self-employed people or workers in mobility or in redundancy payment, either newly- graduated or newly- qualified people.
Characteristics of the mobility project networks: IVT, PLM, VETPRO VETPRO ( Networks for action aimed at professional people in the field of education and vocational training) Aims at: sustaining transnational mobility of people who work in the field of vocational training and in human resources development; reinforcing the vocational training sector through the mutual learning, the cooperation, the good practices exchange. The target is quite different from that of the two previous typologies because it is formed by adults who work in the education and training field : therefore, they are teachers, trainers, counsellors, human resources development operators
Characteristics of the mobility project networks: IVT, PLM, VETPRO Content: Components and functions in mobility networks. Differences among networks according to the three mobility typologies. Types of institutions and suggestions according to the three typologies. Some examples of VETPRO networks.
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