Since April 7, 2018, mobility has been taking place in Portsmouth, England, with ETN’s Training Vision Ltd partner.
A group of five students from the Professional Course of Environmental and Rural Tourism are undertaking an internship at the Portsmouth Marriott Hotel and IBIS Budget Hotel, under the I.MOVE Project – Mobility, Employability and Empowerment in Europe.
This mobility also includes the participation of two staff members, whose goals is to perform job shadowing and visits to local companies / NGOs.
I.MOVE is a European Mobility Project under the European Commission’s ERAMUS + program (KA1), funded by the National Agency Erasmus + Education and Training.
The I. MOVE project – Mobility, Employability and Empowerment in Europe is a reflection of EPAVE‘s strategy to boost young people’s employability through the mobility and technical training of their professionals in Europe. This project presupposes an action, whose objective is the “empowerment” of the participants. Understanding empowerment as a process of recognition, creation and use of resources and instruments by individuals, groups and communities, in and of itself, which translates into an increase in power – psychological, sociocultural, political and economic – that allows increase the effectiveness of exercising their citizenship.
– Providing a European dimension in learning / teaching;
– to facilitate personal development, social integration and the exercise of active European citizenship;
– Promoting employability in the European labor market;
– To value vocational education and training, pointing to another way of teaching;
– Promote motivation for lifelong learning;
– Improving technical skills through a confrontation of knowledge and experience in institutional contexts in the host countries;
– Improving language skills;
– Create technical and technological synergies with other European professionals.