Career support for_social_inclusion_-_presentation_partners-05.12_uptadePresentation Transcript
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Youth in Action project – sub-actionTraining and networking of those active in youth work and youth organizations “Hand in Hand” – career support for social inclusion 04-12 2012
The main project goalThe project is aimed at developing knowledge andskills in young leaders or youth workers in the area ofcareer and employment counseling. Through thisproject a model for fostering social inclusion,career development and employment support ofyoung people with fewer opportunities will bedeveloped.
The project phases1. Preparatory activities - 04 – 06. 2012- selection of participants – forming groups of 3 to 5 persons from each country (one of them – group leader) with interest or experience in career counseling and social inclusion.- Collecting information and preparing presentation for practices in vocational guidance and career counseling of young people with fewer opportunities.2. Summer school “Career support for social inclusion” – 07.07-17.07. 2012 – 10 days training program in career counseling, vocational guidance and social inclusion practices. It will be held in the Bulgarian mountain-spa resort Velingrad – max. 40 participants3. Follow-up activities - 08 – 10. 2012- Public presentations on the importance of career support for the social inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities - min. 2 per participating country- Career counseling by trained participants in each partner country – each pariticipant has to consult min. 1 youth with fewer opportunities (min 3 counselling sessions)4. Assessment– on-line supervisions of the consultants, sending feedback, pictures and information on the implementation of the follow-up. Individual assessment from supervisors according the Europsy rules.
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 07.2012Summary: The Summer school is the project core. During the Summer school 40 young leaders and youth workers from different European countries will learn and be trained in methods of career counseling and employment support for social inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities. As a result, a common methodology for career counseling will be developed. It will be applied by the participants during their national counseling activities.Duration: 10 days (exc. travelling days) in the beginning of July 2012 (the exact date will be discussed with the partners and will be agreed upon).Methodology Scope: Lectures, Presentations, Workshops, Counseling simulation, Diagnostic methods, Self-assessment, Supervisions. All methods will be based on the methodology of informal education with a main focus on the development of practical skills.There will be common lectures, presentations and workshops for all participants; but they will work in small groups as well, according to the specific characteristic of the target group they will counsel (young people with mental health problems, with disabilities, from rural areas, orphans and etc.). Each group will develop a model for career support for a particular group of young people with fewer opportunities.
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 07.2012Content of the programme: The main idea in the content of the programme is to be presented and discussed new methods which will improve and develop the present counseling models used in each of the partner countries. Thematically the programme will be focused on 3 aspects:1) Self perception, self assessment and self knowledge as a base for personal and professional development.2) Social inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities – conceptions, present practice and new possibilities.3) Methods for employment support and career counseling – present models and new opportunities for social inclusion through the development and implementation of self-management career counseling model*.*“self-management career counseling” – this method supports development of self-knowledge, self-direction and self-control about the professional choices, employment and career path. Through this method the consultant supports the client’s individual decision making and taking the responsibility for his/her career development.Among all this aspects, special attention will be paid to the volunteering as an important method for support of young people from other young people!!!The exact programme is in process of development and depends on lecturers’ and partners’ ideas and proposals.
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 07.2012Who could lead the training programme?Lecturers (3 – 5): Specialists, researchers or practitioners in areas of counseling, social psychology, clinical psychology, social education (we are seeking for lecturers, please give us your proposals). It is important they to have knowledge and experience in work with people with fewer opportunities. They have to present their knowledge and experience on a specific topic as well as exercise and methods for development of practical skills of participants. Also they will have to supervise and support the work in the small groups for development of a counseling model and support of social inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities.Facilitators (3 - 5): youth trainers (Ph. D. students, students, young psychologists) experienced in facilitating groups. They have to organize the work in the small groups and facilitate the development of the career support model.We have already provided part of the experts, but we would like our partners to participate also with their specialists - thus they can share their knowledge and experience.You are welcome to send proposals for lecturers and facilitators from your organization!Please send their names, contacts, short summary of their professional experience and proposals for specific topic which they would like to present during the summer school!!
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 07.2012Other specilialists:Career counseling advisors – Specialists (max. 2-3) in Vocational Guidance and Career Counseling will develop the basic methodology which has to be used from the work groups to develop and practice their models for career support of young people with fewer opportunity. They will facilitate and give advises throughout the whole process of development and implementation of the vocational counseling model from all participants in each partner country. They will lead evaluation meetings and will make evaluation of the progress of the trained young vocational consultants.You are welcome to send proposals for advisors.Please send their names, contacts and summary of their professional experience and practice in career counseling.
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 06.2012 Social programmeExcept the serious training program, rich social program will be provided during the Summer school. Through this social program we expect to foster intercultural understanding and give the floor to young people to present their local characteristics and enjoy a rich and successful cross-cultural communication The social program is a………… Surprise! Participants have to take their swimming suits, comfortable shoes and clothes for outdoor activities, some music, food and drink from their country and plenty of cheerful mood
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 06.2012 The venue: Velingrad, BulgariaVelingrad is beautiful city situated in the Rhodopi Mountains. It is app. 133 km south of the capital city Sofia, and 85 km south of Plovdiv – an ancient city and the cultural capital of Bulgaria. The transportation from the airport to the place of venue will be organized.
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 06.2012 The venue:Velingrad is famous for the great number of hot mineral springs. Thanks to the natural resources, the city is among the first-rank Bulgarian balneological resorts.In the hot summer days, the chilly mountain winds keep the heat away; combined with the wealth of SPA opportunities make Velingrad an ideal place for this venue.
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 06.2012 Financial rules:Participation fee for participants – it is possible, because the project don’t covers 100% of all expenses. It depends on participants number - max. 80 Euro This fee covers:For the participants and facilitators:Accommodation costs – 100% of the accommodation fee and food will be coveredTravel costs – 70% of travel costs to the place of venue (economy class) will be reimbursed.Visa costs – the visa fees for all participants who need it.Training programme – all materials, lecturers and supervisors expenses will be covered.Book with publications – book with publications from the summer school and the results of the implementation of the model will be published at the end of the project. All participant will receive free sample of the book.Social programme: all expenses for social programme, incl. excursion will be covered.The same expenses will be covered for the lecturers and career counselling advisors. Their travel costs will be coverred 100%.
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 07.2012 Who could participate:Young leaders, young professionals or youth workers interested and motivated on the topic career counseling for young people with fewer opportunities.The participants have to be representatives of youth organizations or organizations dealing with young people.It is very important participants to be really interested in the project goal and activities and to be ready to develop the idea for voluntary counseling and career support for social inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities. They have to be interested to develop yourself as a consultant.Participants who want to use the project just for their holiday are not welcome!EVERY PARTICIPANT WILL RECEIVE EUROPASS SERTIFICATE !ON THE FINAL OF THE PROJECT EACH PARTICIPANT WILL RECEIVE EVIDENCE (ASSESSMENT FORM) FOR PRACTICE UDER SUPERVISION AS A CAREER CONSULTANT!
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 07.2012 Who could participate:The participants have to be representatives of the following Programme countries:- EU member s – all 27 members- Non-EU members - Iceland , Liechtenstein , Norway, Switzerland, Turkey, CroatiaThe participants from the next Neighboring partner countries also are welcome:- Countries from South-Eastern Europe – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia- Countries from Eastern Europe and Caucasus - Armenia, Azerbajan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russian federation, UkraineThe number of programme countries and neighboring countries who going to participate in the project has to be a proximately equal.In other case we should do the project only with EU member countries.
Project “Hand in Hand“ - Career support for social inclusion” Partner organization ResponsibilitiesDuring application process: Take a first-hand look at the project goals and activities. If are interested in this partnership sending a partnership form III by e-mail. Once we receive it by e-mail we’ll send you details for post mail. – deadline 20.12.2011 Define and send the number, position and characteristic of the experts (lecturer, facilitator, career counseling advisor) – age, expertise, professional experience, proposal for topic and content of their lecture, workshop or seminar. deadline : 20.12.2011 Give back proposals about the programme, methodology and etc. – deadline - 25.12.2011 Define the number and characteristic – age, gender, expertise, experience of the participants – min 3 - max. 5 . Deadline: 5.01.2012 Choosing one of the participants for group leader, sending him/her contacts. 5.01.2011
Project “Hand in Hand“ - Career support for social inclusion” Partner organization ResponsibilitiesDuring project implementation process: Guarantee effectively implementation of project activities in their countries. Guarantee participation of the participants and the experts in the training programme. Ensuring quality promotion of the project . Support for realization of career counseling activities of their participants who will be trained during the project. Guarantee sustainable development of the career support activities for young people with fewer opportunities after finalization of the project.
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 07.2012 Group Leader Responsibilities (person in charge of the project till its accomplishment)- Keeping communication with the organizers- Gathering participants and communicating with them before and after the project venue- Following the requirements of the preparation and follow up activities of the project - Helping for the selection of the participants from his/her country - Responsible for the implementation of the follow up activities - Sending a report for the work of his/her group Participants Responsibilities (including the group leader):- Filling an application form for participation in the summer school (it will be send if the project is approved)- Making a investigation on the topic of the project (vocational support of young people with fewer opportunities) in their country about: good practices, regulations, present and past projects and etc.- Gathering information and making a presentation on the base of the gathered information, which will be presented during the venue-
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” 07.2012Participants Responsibilities (including the group leader): - Defining of the speicific target group of youngsters with fewer opportunities who are or will be on focus in project implementation in their country.- Constant communication among each other (before and after the project venue) - Contact with an organization/institution (working with youngsters with fewer opportunities) who will help them for providing a target group for consulting (it could be their own organization) - Active participation in the training programme in Bulgaria - Organizing a public presentations in their countries on the importance of career support for young people with fewer opportunities - min. 1 presentation per partner country - Implementation of career counseling sessions with youngsters with fewer opportunities–min. 3 session with 1 youth with fewer opportunities.- Active participation in on-line (or e-mail) supervision with the career counseling advisors.- Sending a report with pictures about their personal work.
Summer School “Career support for social inclusion” Who to contact: (email & address) Send your scanned copy of partnership form (signed & stamped) Send your original partnership form (part III) by post mail to the following address: Bulgaria 1326 Sofia district Obelya 2 bl. 261, entr.B, floor 5 ap. 66 for Dimitar Bozhilov – vice president of AYPB 4th AprilFor any questions and suggestions please email to Evi Lazarova – international secretary of AYPB 4th April – email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your attention!We are open for any proposals and ideas about the project activities! We rely on you to make a great project!