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Presentazione cdc inglese

  1. 1. Ente di Formazione Professionale Casa di Carità Arti e Mestieri
  2. 2. THE TRAINING MODEL <ul><li>TRAINING AS AN EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY </li></ul><ul><li>WORKING AS A PERSONAL EXPRESSION </li></ul><ul><li>“ EDUCATIONAL” AND TRAINING COMMUNITY </li></ul><ul><li>A CHRISTIAN PROPOSAL </li></ul>
  3. 3. LA CASA DI CARITÀ OGGI IN ITALIA 15 Centri di Formazione in Piemonte 1 Centro in Veneto 1 Centro in Sardegna Più di 700 Collaboratori Oltre 5.000 Allievi all’anno Circa 120.000 ore di attività erogate
  4. 4. Other areas: Arequipa (Perù) West Africa
  5. 5. CFPP training courses for prisoners
  6. 6. Activities’ influence per year
  7. 7. KIND OF TRAINING COURSES employed unemployed young adults middle age adults one’s own initiative company’s initiative first training course refresher course reconversion course information
  8. 8. 77.985 Hours of training activities in TORINO province
  9. 9. 24.440 hours of training activities for unemployed adults in TORINO province
  10. 10. Professional chains Clothing Hotel/restaurant ICT for mechanical sectors Quality systems Automotive Industrial Chemistry Electric Mechanical/electric Beauty ICT Languages Mechanical Health Social Assistant Company services Environmental services Tourism
  11. 11. 24.440 hours of training activities for unemployed adults in TORINO province
  12. 13. MAIN AIM: To assure that every area of the training service shares the Mission and takes part in it. Our quality system is certified ISO 9001
  13. 14. FORMATIVE PROPOSAL FORMATIVE PROJECT FORMATIVESTANDARD TEACHER’S STANDARD EVALUATION STANDARD CUSTOMER’S EVALUATION
  14. 15. An ecological approach in training courses for migrant people ALL MY WORD WITH ME
  15. 16. Two reference models in a training/educational relationship
  16. 17. ALLOPOIETICA = within a relationship one subject defines the other one You are: young, with no title, with no competences, with THIS problem…..
  17. 18. AUTOPOIETICA = within a relationship each subject defines himself while the other one uses that definition as his reference I am: adult, with this title, with no competences, with THAT problem…..
  18. 19. THIS DISTINCTION COUNTS especially in the relationship between different cultures And also in the relatioship between different insitutions that need to co-operate
  19. 20. Our proposal related to the first point ( the relationship between teacher and man/woman from different cultural backgrounds ) A special attention in the definition of the personal, professional and training history of the student.
  20. 21. PERSONAL PORTFOLIO Elements you can certificate Elements you can verify but not certify Personal history Elements you cannot verify or certify all my word with me
  21. 22. As far as training activities with migrant people are concerned, it is necessary (more than in other cases) to co-operate with the offices that deal with all their primary needs (sanitary, legal, assistance boards…). Our proposal related to the second point (the relationship between different institutions that need to co-operate).
  22. 23. We must create a map of the relationships already existing in the migrant’s world and then define the various responsibilities. The map points out the net. Cultural board Private structure (legal context) Public structure (legal context) School organisation Social board companies
  23. 24. <ul><li>that the knots in the net (pointed out by the map) have specified and shared their connections and their possible interactions. </li></ul><ul><li>That the map is a resource for both teacher and student. </li></ul>To build and run a good net means:
  24. 25. The building of a good map and the definition of effective relationships allows to face immediately the emergencies that often push the migrant student to give up his training program.

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