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  • 1. Mobility at CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 2. CONTENTS About CEMER - Products - Prizes Programmes - Youth in Action - Leonardo da Vinci - Erasmus Services to foreign students - Services - Tutoring - Contact Collaborations: - Previous activities 2004- 2010 Encinas Reales Villa del Río CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 3. About CEMER CEMER is a National Reference Center for Vocational Training in the Wood and Furniture Sector. It is a public institution which belongs to the Andalusian government. CEMER provides training for two types of people-objective: - Unemployed (FPO/Vocational training) - Employed (Lifelong learning/ Continuing training) There are several FPO/ Vocational training courses: - Specialist in Furniture Varnishing and Lacquering - Specialist in Industrial Furniture Manufacturing/Carpentry - Specialist in Industrial Furniture Manufacturing/Assembly - Specialist in New Furniture Production and Design Technologies - Specialist in New Upholstered Furniture Production and Design Technologies - Specialist in Foreign Trade and Management Strategies - Specialist in Furniture Design CEMER has two headquarters, one of them is located in Encinas Reales and another one is situated in Villa del Río. Both centers are in the province of Córdoba as the Wood- Furniture Industry is currently one of the most important sectors in Córdoba. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 4. Products - Prizes 2004 The XII Furniture Design Competition “Ciudad de San Sebastián” 2003- 2004 - 3rd place for Ramón Heredia, Benjamín Ramírez y Raúl Real The I Poster Competition Hirutxulo - 1st place for José Luis Toledano 2006 ZOW Spain 2006 - 1st place for Mario Martín, Alejandro Álvarez, Rafael Panadero and Alejandro Romero - 2nd place for Francisco Antonio León - 3rd place for Pedro Agustín Pérez The II Poster Competition Hirutxulo - 1st place for Salvador Márquez 2007 International Wood Design Competition “DIMA” 2007 - 1st place for Daniel Pineda The I International Olive Wood Craftwork Conference - 1st place for the poster realized by Manuel Ruíz Moreno 2008 The XIV Furniture Design Competition “Ciudad de San Sebastián” 2007- 2008 - 1st place for Miguel Ángel Tejero - 2nd place for Mª Carmen Marín The III Poster Competition Hirutxulo - 1st place for Rafael Salido CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 5. Products - Prizes CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 6. Products - Prizes CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 7. Youth in Action EVS The Youth in Action programme offers young Europeans the chance to make a real difference to the world – and to their own lives – through the European Voluntary Service. The European Voluntary Service (EVS) provides young Europeans with the unique chance to express their personal commitment through unpaid and full-time voluntary activities in a foreign country within or outside the EU. In this way, it seeks to develop solidarity, mutual understanding and tolerance among young people, thus contributing to reinforcing social cohesion in the European Union and to promoting young people‘s active citizenship. Learning for life! Open to all young people aged 18 to 30, EVS is a true ‘learning service’. Beyond benefiting the local communities, by participating in voluntary activities, young volunteers can develop new skills and, therefore, improve their personal, educational and professional development. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 8. Volunteers can benefit from specific training throughout the activity and agree on their expected learning outcomes, processes and methods in advance. Their learning experience is formally recognised through a Youthpass. Participation is free for the volunteers who also get board and lodging, insurance cover and an allowance for the duration of the project. Special conditions apply to encourage the participation of young people with fewer opportunities. A successful EVS project requires close co-operation among at least three key players: a sending organisation, a host organisation and the volunteer. One of the organisations involved in this partnership also plays the role of coordinating organisation and applies for an EU grant on behalf of the partnership. Organisations perform a number of roles: they identify volunteering opportunities and develop projects that benefit the local community. They also recruit and prepare the volunteers, host them, and ensure follow-up. EVS activities can be carried out both individually or in group. Up to 100 volunteers can now participate in the same EVS activity. One thing all the activities have in common is a clear European and intercultural learning dimension. EVS is a mutually beneficial process, where everybody gains from getting to know the other‘s culture. EVS is one in a group of EU projects. http://ec.europa.eu/youth/index_en.htm CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 9. EVS at CEMER CEMER has had positive experience with EVS projects. The first project, called “PROMOTION OF EUROPEAN MOBILITY OF YOUTH”, was developed in 2008. Two volunteers from Poland had the opportunity to carry out their EVS project for six months. The basic aims of this project are: - To encourage transnational mobility - To promote the exchange of experiences among young people from different countries and social realities - To provide an opportunity to get to know the experiences of former students of CEMER who have already taken part in mobility projects such as Leonardo da Vinci or Comenius - To motivate our students to participate in mobility and transnational projects and help them to be more open to other cultures and ideas - To foster values of solidarity, tolerance and equal opportunities among the young The second EVS project, named “Creativity for Youth”, started in autumn 2009 and it was developed by two volunteers from Austria. The main objectives of C4Y are to promote creativity and innovation in different areas and to foster European cooperation in the youth fields. During this project, the participants could work on the promotion of creativity and innovation through training and cooperation with International Mobility Department of CEMER. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 10. Leonardo da Vinci The Leonardo da Vinci programme links policy to practice in the field of vocational education and training (VET). Projects range from those giving individuals the chance to improve their competences, knowledge and skills through a period abroad, to Europe-wide co-operation between training organisations. Part of the European Commission‘s Lifelong Learning Programme, the programme funds a wide range of actions, notably cross-border mobility initiatives; co-operation projects to develop and spread innovation; and thematic networks. The potential beneficiaries are similarly wide – from trainees in initial vocational training, to people already in the labour market, as well as VET professionals and private or public organisations active in this field. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 11. Leonardo da Vinci enables VET organisations to work with European partners, exchange best practices, increasing the expertise of their staff and respond to the teaching and learning needs of people. It therefore supports efforts to make vocational education more attractive to young people. By helping European citizens to acquire new skills, knowledge and qualifications, the programme also aims to bolster the competitiveness of the European labour market. Innovation projects have always been at the core of the Leonardo da Vinci programme. They aim to improve the quality of training systems through the development and transfer of innovative policies, contents, methods and procedures within vocational education and training. http://ec.europa.eu/education/index_en.htm CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 12. Leonardo at CEMER WORKWOOD is an example of Leonardo da Vinci projects developed by CEMER. It Is aimed at providing placements for students of the Vocational Occupational Training or Continuous Training courses of CEMER who need to gain practical experience, improve their language skills and add a European dimension to their qualifications. Our aim is to achieve their labour insertion or job improvement in order to reduce sectoral and regional unemployment rates and to improve the relation between training and job. At the same time, we would like to promote the use of new technologies in the wood sector, improve language and transversal skills of (future) wood professionals, and improve the quality of our vocational training offer. WORKWOOD wants to achieve that the participants continue their practical training implementing the knowledge acquired in our centres in Italy, Ireland and Portugal. Our students have the opportunity to complete their training and work placement abroad for 14 weeks (3 weeks of language and cultural preparation and 11 weeks of work placement in leading companies of the Wood- Furniture sector). Thanks to this opportunity of transnational mobility, the Andalusian wood sector will have better qualified professionals who are familiar with the methods and processes used in European countries, leading to the creation of new jobs, socioeconomic development, cooperation and dissemination of best practices in companies across Europe. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 13. Erasmus at CEMER Another example of our mobility projects activity is the student exchange under Erasmus Programme. Erasmus is the EU‘s flagship education and training programme, enabling more than 180,000 students to study and work abroad each year, as well as supporting co-operation actions between higher education institutions across Europe. It caters not only for students, but also for professors and business staff who want to teach abroad and for university staffs who want to be trained abroad. In addition to mobility actions, the Programme supports higher education institutions to work together through intensive programmes, networks and multilateral projects. Between the years 2003 and 2009 CEMER participated in 3 Erasmus Projects. CEMER hosted students from: - University of Paris XII Val de Marne (France)- 3 students (Length of stay - 3 months) - Budapest College of Management (Hungary)- 3 students (Length of stay - 3 months) - Politecnico di Milano (Italy)- 5 students (Length of stay - 3 months) CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 14. Services to foreign students - Own staff in Language Training: Spanish lessons - Training adapted to students‘ specific needs - Enterprise search for Practical Training - Accommodation formalities - Allowance - Organization of cultural programme - Provision of a personal tutor CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 15. Tutoring - Welcoming students at the airport and arranging the accommodation - Information meeting where the participants receive information about the purpose and contents of the programme - Keeping in touch with language tutors in host organization - Paying attention to students’ needs and helping them to solve problems and make decisions - Etc. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 16. Contact Araceli Cabello Jimenez (Head of the Project Department) acj@cemer.es Sonia Ruiz Navarro (Teacher and tutor) srn@cemer.es Katerina Nesterova (Teacher and tutor) knx@cemer.es CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 17. Collaborations - Collaboration with the University of Malaga - Collaboration with the University of Granada - Collaboration with the Politecnico di Milano - Collaboration with the Politechnic University of Bucarest (Romania), regarding research on new technologies applied to the Furniture Sector - “Training in Technology: a 21st Century European Challenge” project financed by European Social Fund and in collaboration with the University of Brno (Czech Republic) - Collaboration in different research with the University of Seville (Faculty of Politics) - Networks and Socio-Institutional Innovation in Local Production Systems - Organizational and Technological Changes in the Local Production Systems in Spain: Comparative Analysis of Innovative Processes at a Regional Level. - Methodology and Indicators for the Diagnosis and Analysis of the Local Production Systems and Innovative Means in Andalusia. - Collaboration with the Technological Centre of Wood and Furniture of the Region of Murcia (CETEM) - University of Paris XII Val de Marne - Carl Malmsten College- University of Linköping (Sweden) - Public Welfare Centre of Brussels CPAS - Budapest College of Management in Hungary - Around 900 Andalusian companies have regular contact with CEMER and the organization keeps collaborating with all the furniture local production systems in Andalusia. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 18. Previous Activities 2004 - Italian students at CEMER - Portuguese students at CEMER 2005 - French students at CEMER - WORKWOOD III: 31 students (Varnishing, Foreign Trade, Industrial Manufacturing and New Technologies Applied to Furniture Upholstery sections) had their work placements in companies in Germany and Italy. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 19. 2006 - Italian students at CEMER - Swedish students at CEMER - WORKWOOD IV: 40 students (Industrial Manufacturing and New Technologies Applied to Furniture and Carpentry Production and Furniture Upholstery sections) had their work placements in companies in Italy, Ireland and Belgium. - CONSORCIA2: a group of 20 Vocational Trainers/ Training Managers had a 1 week stay in different European centres. - PRODUCTION AND MAINTENANCE FOR APPRENTICES PROD-MAIN: a group of 10 students from CENFIM (Portugal) had a 3 week stay at CEMER. 2007 - Mobility of Hungarian young technicians . CEMER has organized and coordinated the visit of 2 students from Budapest College of Management (Hungary) - Mobility of Italian young designers and Portuguese young specialists. CEMER has organized and coordinated the visit of 2 young designers from Antonio Mattioti School (Italy) and 2 specialists from Cenfim School (Portugal) - TALENTED: CEMER has organized cooperatively the visit of 2 young Italian designers from The Polytechnic University of Milano. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 20. 2008 - Finnish students at CEMER - Italian students at CEMER - Hungarian students at CEMER - WORKWOOD V: a group of 13 students had the opportunity to complete their training and work placement in Italy and a group of 17 students had a 14 week stay in Ireland. - 2 young volunteers from Poland developed their European Voluntary Service (EVS) project at CEMER 2009/2010 - WORKWOOD VI: a group of 9 students had their work placements in leading companies in Italy and a group of 11 students had a 14 week stay in Ireland. - 2 Austrian volunteers made their EVS project at CEMER CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 21. Encinas Reales Long time ago, the lands where Encinas Reales is today located, belonged to the Duke of Medinaceli, Lord of Lucena. Actually this village has around 2.500 inhabitants. THE CHURCH The parish church is devoted to Nuestra Sra. de la Expectación (Our Lady of Expectancy) who is one of the patron saint of our village. EL CALVARIO Undoubtedly, this is the most emblematic place in our village. El Calvario has become a symbol of Encinas Reales, as it is placed close to the road, so that it can be seen by every traveller who passes this way. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09
  • 22. Villa del Rio Villa del Rio is a town situated in the eastern part of Cordoba province, just on the border with Jaen on a spacious plain by the left side of the Guadalquivir river. It has a population of 7,296 people. The main source of wealth is the furniture industry. Currently, there are more than one hundred factories devoted to the manufacture of chairs and upholstered furniture. CEMER Encinas Reales CEMER Villa del Río Ronda de la Manga 8 14913 Encinas Reales (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 59 82 97 Polígono de la Vega. Plaza de Jose Sanchez14640 Villa del Río (Córdoba) tlf.: 957 17 71 09