Transfer of Innovation in Methodologies for European Officials:
Follow up a joint learning path CZ/09/LLP-LdV/TOI/134011
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Transfer of Innovation in methodologies for European Officials: follow up a joint learning path
(realization phase: October 2009 - March 2011)
The project was a follow up of a previously realized project Identifying and Validating of Competences of European Officials – The Road to a Joint Training , which was evaluated very positively by the Audiovisual Executive Agency of the EU and was recommended worth preparing the continuation. One of the reasons of a very good rating was a fact that no similar training pattern had been realized in languages of project partners before.
Based on the methodology created in the previous project, we touched again topics demanded in the society. Among these belong Active Inclusion and Integration of Vulnerable Groups as it is also stated in EU Social Protection and Active Inclusion Process presented by European Commission. These issues are currently being dealt throughout European countries as well as the remaining issues we overtook from the previous project (i.e. Crisis Management, Right of Asylum, Free Movement of Citizens). The idea of the project is to improve the situation of socially threatened groups throughout enhancement of competences of European officials in charge. The intention within this project is to achieve improvement throughout training by creating of new training modules.
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Outputs available on web27.July 2011 10:03
All outputs of the project including eLEARNING COURSES are available on the website. Please find: OUTPUTS - CURRENT. All outputs are available in English, Czech, Italian, Portuguese and Bulgarian language. The outputs are also available on the CDs with an enclosed booklet containing the training manuals, eLearning courses, catalog of competencies and information about the project. The CDs were created in English, Czech, Portuguese, Italian and Bulgarian. If you wish to recieve the CD, please send an email to email@example.com .
Final Seminar CZ31.March 2011 15:56
On Tuesday 29th March 2011, the final national seminar was held to conclude the actual realization phase of the international project "Transfer of Innovation in Methodologies for European Officials: Follow up a joint learning path", which has been conducted under Lifelong Learning Programme, namely the subprogramme Leonardo da Vinci. Members of the realization team, experts who were contributing on the creation of training modules as well as representatives of public administration participated at the seminar. The opening speech was held by the deputy vice-director Ms. Zdenka Silhova. She briefly introduced and evaluated the course of the project. She was followed by the head of International relations, marketing and strategies department Mr. Ales Svoboda, who thoroughly presented motives for the project's realization, a link with the previous project and a detailed description of the realization phase development. He also mentioned the successful process of pilot courses in face to face as well as eLearning form. Furthermore, Mr. Ivo Belonohy, secretary of Association of Secretaries of Municipal Offices of the Czech Republic, presented his experience with the project's involvement because the Association as a subject that Institute has had a long term cooperation with, was interested in the project from the beginning and will have outputs of the project to the disposal. The second part of the seminar consisted of the introduction of particular modules by their co-authors. Mr. Tomas Weiss presented the module "Border Control in the Schengen Area", and he was followed by Mr. Vaclav Melichar introducing "Processes of Crisis Management with All-European Impact". The morning session was terminated by Mr. Milan Cikanek, who presented the topic of "International Protection within the EU: Current Developments of the Right of Asylum". The afternoon part was dedicated to "Active Inclusion of Migrant Women presented by Ms. Lenka Hronova"and afterwards Ms. Jitka Laznickova introduced the module "Keeping up with the Pulse of Integration of Migrant Women" . Presentation raised a great interest among participants and each sppech was followed by many questions. Therefore, we believe that such an interest will continue because the modules will be soon available also on CDs and there is a highly likely possibility that after their extension and update they will be included to the training courses portfolio of the Institute after a certain time.
Training manuals are available8.December 2010 15:38
The project runs forward and we can already provide you five training manuals (for face to face delivering) that have been created and are currently in the process of testing in all countries involved in this project. Training manuals focused on following topics could be found and downloaded in section Outputs/Current. 1) International protection within the EU: current development of the right of asylum 2) Bordor control in Schengen area 3) Basic elements for managing European social crisis 4) Keeping up with the pulse of integration of migrant women and minors 5) Active inclusion of women
Report - pilot courses CZ16.November 2010 8:03
Face to face pilot courses in the project Transfer of Innovation on Methodologies for European Officials LEONARDO DA VINCI TRANSFER OF INNOVATION PROJECT Transfer of Innovation in Methodologies for European Officials: Follow up a joint learning path CZ/09/LLP-LdV/TOI/134011 In the end of October and beginning of November, Institute for Local Administration Prague organized face to face pilot courses of the project Transfer of Innovation on Methodologies for European Officials, which is being realized within the Lifelong Learning Programme, subprogramme Leonardo da Vinci. Respective pilot courses held the titles Basic elements for managing European social crisis with transnational impact, Active Inclusion of Migrant Women, Border control in the Schengen Area, Keeping up with the Pulse of Integration of Migrant Women and Minors, International protection within the EU: current developments of the right of asylum. These courses were lectured by experts from universities as well as experts who deal with the respective issues on the practical daily basis level. Quite a broad range of participants involving experts as well as people who do not face the topic in their occupation so often attended the courses. This contributed to a diversity of the seminar, which did not involve just a pure theoretical insight but also interactive tasks and discussion. Despite such a diverse audience, the courses received quite a positive feedback and we obtained invaluable remarks in which areas the training modules should be modified or ammended. For those who cannot participate on the face to face courses or those who would like to join repeatedly, the Institute intends to launch eLearning versions of the training modules. For more information please contact Mr. Lukas Jirsa at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone +420 974 863 525.
Pilot courses Bulgaria11.November 2010 8:37
Pilot courses in Bulgaria will take place in the following order: 15th November 2010 International protection within the EU: current developments of the right of asylum; 24th November 2010 Active inclusion of migrant women; 26th November 2010 Keeping up with the pulse of integration of migrant women and minors; 10th December 2010 Border control in the Schengen Area. For more information please contact : Diana Eneva at email@example.com.