Projects Erasmus + include activities in the field of education and youth. The education includes adult education, vocational education, higher education and education in elementary schools and kindergartens. Educa’s activities are focused on participation in projects of this type, whether as a consortium Educa, or as a coordinator or partner of other projects.
The project aims to support young people who have completed the training and have trouble finding work. It will be implemented in the years 2016 to 2018 and focus on the issues of young immigrants, particularly their integration and preparation for participation in the workforce. Coordinating the project are partners from Germany, the other participants are partners from Norway, Great Britain and the Czech Republic Educa International.
More info about the project you can find in attached SLADENO project presentation.
Here is the information about EDUCA INTERNATIONAL participation in the project.
The adult education project Educa is familiar with the work of similar institutions in working with young people without qualifications (leaving school) and plan to visit the three institutions abroad. In July 2016, held weekly journey to school in Lodz, Poland and familiarity with the form of young people . The second visit to a Second Chance school (Komwux Malmo) took place in Malmo Sweden on October 2016. The final visit will take place by the end of June 2017 and experience will be used for working in second-chance schools.
In “Open the Doors” coordinated by Spanish institutions, Educa International is a partner.
The purpose of the project is to create opportunities for young people who grew up in conditions without an education, labor market positions, who lived on the margins of society or in excluded communities and be able to integrate back into society.
This project is about communication and social inclusion of individuals.
The LdV project focused on internships for graduates to gain practical experience after graduation in order to improve the labor market and was implemented between 2013-2015 which allowed 16 graduates from 9 Czech universities to attend 7 companies in five EU countries with a grant from the EU budget. Cooperation with the majority of these companies has continued with the only difference being that students and graduates are being sent through the Educa consortium with Erasmus+ grants.
The Czech National Agency awarded the “QUALITY AWARD” for LdV project to Educa in 2016.