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Centres pilot activities czech republic

  1. 1. Pilot Project Proposal by:Jana Vongreyová, Pavlína Šťastnová Czech Republic
  2. 2.  help students with the changeover to the labor market, taking into account their individual abilities and needs of their career achieve their log-term support for acclimatization to the business environment 2
  3. 3.  extend the existing opportunities of work with students reduce the risks associated with student transition to the labor market increase their employability 3
  4. 4. During pilot activity: 20 pupils from 10 schools directly engaged in the project 10 teachers from 10 schools trained as career mentorsThrough dissemination: 20 schools (around 600 teachers) 3500 career mentors Ministry of Education 4
  5. 5. Mentoring – as a structured counseling process providing students with personal guidance by experienced mentor and with support in context of their career and employability. 5
  6. 6. 1. Analysis of needs of teachers and local employers trought meeting of focus group2. Pilot e-learning program for further mentors 6
  7. 7. 1. Analysis of needs of teachers and local employers trought meeting of focus group: The analysis will be carried out through meeting of focus group, which will consist of representatives (mainly teachers) of 10 secondary schools of vocacional education and representatives of 10 employers from the Central Bohemian region 7
  8. 8. 2. Preparation of e-learning program and realization of education: E-learning form of study represents an opportunity for teachers to study the issues of career mentoring individually, at no cost and without the absences in school.3. Evaluation of e-learning program The evaluation will be led by the 10 career mentors after the study program. 8
  9. 9. 1. 12/2012 – Focus group2. 02/2012 – Evaluation of the meetings3. 06/2012 – Preparation of e-learning4. 10/2013 – Realization of the e-learning study5. 11/2013 – Evaluation of Pilot activity 9
  10. 10. An innovative element of the activity will be a study program based on e-learning. The activity will link all three stakeholders in the labour market, i.e. the student, the career mentor and the employer. 10

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