Mobility projects concern education (formal and non-formal), vocational training and youth. They take place through projects of international youth exchanges and professional development of youth workers, in the form of seminars, trainings, study visits, partnership building or internships. Mobility projects should ensure a positive and long-term impact on participants and participating organizations, as well as on the political systems within which these activities take place.
You will find out what mobility is, what their possibilities are and why it is good for you to gain experience abroad.
"A person who travels with the desire to learn, travels over all distances, especially to himself…" - Jan Werich
In addition to honing foreign languages, he also has vast life and professional experience, new friendships, an international outlook and foresight.
- Mobility expands the transition between formal and non-formal education, training and the labor market or entrepreneurship.
- Mobility supports the professional development of people working in education, training and youth, contributing to innovation and improving the quality of teaching or youth work.
- Mobility helps to improve the recognition of skills acquired during stays abroad.
- Mobility participants will improve their knowledge of foreign languages, raise awareness of other cultures and countries, join a network of international contacts and gain a sense of European citizenship and identity.
Mobility projects concern education (both formal and non-formal), training and youth. They take place through projects of international youth exchanges and professional development of youth workers, in the form of seminars, training, study visits, partnership building or internships. Mobility projects are intended to ensure positive and long-term impacts on participants and participating organizations, as well as on the political systems in which these activities are carried out.
Mobility projects are divided into the following areas:
in the field of education and training:
- mobility project for university students and staff: the activity supports the international mobility of university students and staff. The aim is to support the professional development of people working in the field of education and to support students in their efforts to acquire skills that will contribute to their personal development and increase their employability.
- mobility project for pupils and workers in vocational education and training: the activity is intended for pupils of secondary vocational schools, vocational schools, higher vocational schools, graduates of these types of schools and persons employed in organizations active in vocational education and training or persons responsible for vocational education and training . These are foreign internships abroad in companies, vocational schools or organizations dealing with vocational education and training.
- Mobility project for school staff: under this mobility, kindergartens, primary and secondary schools can send their staff abroad for further professional development.
- Mobility project for adult learning workers: Adult learning mobility projects support the international mobility of workers in organizations working in this field. The aim is to support the professional development of people working in the field of education by completing a teaching stay, participating in a training course, shadowing or an internship in a foreign partner organization.
in the Youth area
Mobility project for young people and youth workers: the activity continues to support non-formal education through international youth exchange projects and the professional development of youth workers through seminars, training, study visits, partnerships or internships.
The aim of all types of mobility (in the field of education, training and youth) is to support students and enable them to acquire their abilities, knowledge or skills and thus increase their personal development and employability.
Target group of mobility projects
Mobility projects are aimed at students, trainees, apprentices, young people, volunteers, youth workers and professionals working in education, training and youth (teachers, professors, staff of educational institutions and civil society organizations). education, training and youth.