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Presentation mfi

  1. 1. E-COP – Project no. 167127-LLP-1-2009-1-IT-KA1-KA1ECETB Kick-off meeting, Milan, February 25 and 26, 2010 1 MFI – CEFA de la Ville de Liège
  2. 2. E-COP – Project no. 167127-LLP-1-2009-1-IT-KA1-KA1ECETB Kick-off meeting, Milan, February 25 and 26, 2010 2 The program is designed for ... the students who cannot decide in which section they want to enrol in the vocational system At the start of the school year ... the students who have been excluded from other schools and have difficulties fitting in the vocational system During the school year (January) On a voluntary basis Not on a voluntary basis Focus on choice of section and definition of professional interest Focus attitudinal and behavioural aspects ; choice of section is secondary
  3. 3. E-COP – Project no. 167127-LLP-1-2009-1-IT-KA1-KA1ECETB Kick-off meeting, Milan, February 25 and 26, 2010 3 Objectives of the program MFI can be seen as a place where youngsters learn to develop • their social skills, • their professional aspirations • and their personal objectives MFI includes : •A “life project” •A guidance to identify one’s future professional interest •Learning about the rules of the community •The acquisition of basic academic knowledge •The acquisition of basic knowledge to enter a vocational program and become a worker in a business
  4. 4. E-COP – Project no. 167127-LLP-1-2009-1-IT-KA1-KA1ECETB Kick-off meeting, Milan, February 25 and 26, 2010 4 Organization of the program Duration 4 weeks to 6 months Average 8 weeks Staff involved A full time guide All the teachers of the sections CPMS (centre psycho-medico social) incl. 1 psychologist Content 19 periods / week 4 periods of general courses (French +maths) 2 periods of dedicated guidance 3 x 4 periods (or more) in the elected section + 1 interview at the CPMS / 2 weeks + Visits to relevant organizations, various recurrent and one-off activities + Role play, simulations, discussion groups, case studies Location In the sites of the section – on school campus
  5. 5. E-COP – Project no. 167127-LLP-1-2009-1-IT-KA1-KA1ECETB Kick-off meeting, Milan, February 25 and 26, 2010 5 The context The French Community Education ministry promulgated a decree to promote innovative projects that encourage students •to remain in the school system until the end of the compulsory education (18 years old) •to obtain a degree (vocational or high school) The idea •An increased number of students do not know what section to choose •Changing sections in the middle of the academic year is detrimental for the student •Students are not aware of the realities of the work market •In class there is little time for personal attention for each studentSupport •Local & national authorities •ESF – “Innovative projects” •2007 - 2013
  6. 6. E-COP – Project no. 167127-LLP-1-2009-1-IT-KA1-KA1ECETB Kick-off meeting, Milan, February 25 and 26, 2010 5 The context The French Community Education ministry promulgated a decree to promote innovative projects that encourage students •to remain in the school system until the end of the compulsory education (18 years old) •to obtain a degree (vocational or high school) The idea •An increased number of students do not know what section to choose •Changing sections in the middle of the academic year is detrimental for the student •Students are not aware of the realities of the work market •In class there is little time for personal attention for each studentSupport •Local & national authorities •ESF – “Innovative projects” •2007 - 2013

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