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I plan my future (Planifico el meu futur)
The recipients are the 4th-year ESO students who are grouped into three class groups: two groups preferribly oriented towards the Batxillerat or Intermediate Vocational Training and one oriented towards Vocational Training, that is to say Initial Vocational Training or Intermediate Vocational Training.
Spain
  • students
Català pdf document
Guidance at school: mentoring, accompanying and the continuation of studies (L'orientació a l'institut)
Our proposal addresses the entire ESO and Batxillerat student body (aged between 12 and 16 years old), and especially boys and girls who are completing a phase (4th-year ESO [15/16 years old] or 2nd-year Batxillerat [17/18 years old]), or those who due to various difficulties are at risk of dropping out from any of their studies that we offer, whether obligatory or not.
Spain
  • students
Català pdf document
Condor: Guidance Council
Students of second and third grade of secondary school, their parents and teachers.
Italy
  • parents
  • Teachers
Italiano pdf document
Project P.A.R.I. (Paths for Antidispersion, Recovery, Inclusion) – Guidance Workshops to combat early school leaving
Students of classes third medium who have high risk for school dropout for their personal characteristics, learning difficulties, language comprehension difficulties, behavioral problems, difficult family situations, integration problems
Italy
  • students
Italiano pdf document
Implementing career matching software S.OR.PRENDO to the Regionale system of lifelong guidance
Teachers of secondary schools of first and second degree, operators of the employment centers engaged in guidance activities aimed at employed, unemployed, and ESL NEET; representative of guidance services of universities
Italy
  • students
  • ESL
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Italiano pdf document
Guidance resources: software SO.R.PRENDO in Umbria Region
Teachers of secondary schools of first and second grade; guidance counselors of the employment centers, youth information centers and training agencies; students and users of guidance services
Italy
  • students
  • ESL
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Italiano pdf document
School Citizenship: Guidance at school
Teachers Secondary school I and II. Students, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year of Secondary School degree. Students of the first and second year of secondary school level II. Students of the fifth year of high schools, technical and vocational schools
Italy
  • students
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Italiano pdf document
Siena Guidance for young people - Guidance services, job-support and active labor market policies
Young and unemployed young adults, students at risk of vocational education and training, NEET, students at risk of leaving school and training.
Italy
  • students
  • ESL
  • Guidance practitioners
Italiano pdf document
Project MEN.T.OR.E.: Tutoring, Mentoring and Guidance for Empowerment
Young dropouts out of school before and after the completion of compulsory education
Italy
  • ESL
  • Guidance practitioners
Italiano pdf document
Project P.A.S.SA.LO. School-work dual education system in Province of Siena
Teachers and students of all high schools in the Province of Siena - Company Tutor – Network Tutor - limited action of dissemination: Families and students, representatives of institutional and social actors
Italy
  • students
  • parents
  • Teachers
Italiano pdf document
ASSIS.T. project. for the development of the REGIONAL GUIDANCE SYSTEM.
Territorial systems of education, training, labor, universities, and especially policy makers, administrators, guidance counselors, teachers and other actors in the system.
Italy
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Italiano pdf document
Training of Roma children
Children who are in schools, teachers and professors involved in their education, parents who have children in school
Greece
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
  • Teachers
Ελληνικά pdf document
Career guidance in the greek island of Milos
Students of high school, ages 14-18
Greece
  • students
Ελληνικά pdf document
Adopt a student
Students of primary school
Greece
  • students
Ελληνικά pdf document
Education of immigrants
These students don't speak the Greek language, and they face difficulty in reading and writing. Their native language is Russian
Greece
  • students
Ελληνικά pdf document
mobile school
Gypsies and Roma who have dropped out school or have never been to school and are living / working on the street.
Greece
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
Ελληνικά pdf document
EMB, Erasmus Minus Bullying
students of high school and their teachers
Greece
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
  • Teachers
Ελληνικά pdf document
Making school life beautiful
We invited students of all classes to participate voluntarily. 75 students eventually came through ( 40% boys, 60% girls)
Greece
  • students
  • ESL
  • Teachers
Ελληνικά pdf document
Widening the future. Improving guidance interventions at school
Over 40 schools were involved in the pilot actions. These schools collaborated with the project partners to design and carry out career guidance and career management skills development activities with students ranging from age 5 to 13. The diverse project actions involved teachers, school counsellors, tutors and guidance practitioners, and reached over 1,300 students.
Romania
  • students
  • ESL
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
English
Project “ School – a chance for each” Organizing education “second chance” programs
students (from 1st. – 8th. grades) at risk of early school leaving; people who have not completed compulsory education; people who are not / were not submitted in a form of education pre / primary; staff involved in the development of education programs such as 'second chance'
Romania
  • students
  • ESL
  • Teachers
English
Monitoring the VET graduates insertion on the labour market (MIA)
Over 15000 students enrolled in VET schools, in 3counties (Ilfov, Prahova, Giurgiu) and the municipality of Bucharest.
Romania
  • students
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
English
Priority education areas
During its peak year, the project reached 100 schools, trained nearly 2000 teachers and involved around 50000 children in activities. 100 counsellors were trained and supervised to deliver group counselling sessions with parents.
Romania
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
English
Romania
  • students
English
Job Shadow Day
XI and XII grade pupils. Youngsters interested to find out more about jobs, and the specific responsibilities at the work place.
Romania
  • students
English
Writing theatre
The target groups of the project were: - pupils at risk of abandoning school (20 pupils in each transfer context) - teachers and trainers that were expected to use the methodology of the project in their work with at risk pupils - stakeholders within the educational system that could streamline the use of the methodology throughout educational establishments.
Romania
  • students
  • ESL
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
English
National contest of School counselling through Art-therapy Express freely!
Students from lower and upper secondary education obtaining the First and the Second Awards on the county level contest are entitled to participate in the national contest attended by school counsellors from CJRAE – CJAP and the teachers who tutored them.
Romania
  • students
  • Teachers
English
Informa- red: Integrated Guidance Itineraries
Young men and women aged between 16 and 30 years. Family economic situation precarious With primary care problems Educational path deficit Gaps in staff development At high social risk situation Objective and subjective difficulties of social and labor inclusion.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
  • NGOs
Español pdf document
Ithaca: Searching your way “One day at work”
The project is developed with all students enrolled in the 3rd and 4th year of Secondary school, and the years of bachillerato at Colegio Ágora. The ages range between 14 and 20 years.
Spain
  • students
  • parents
Català pdf document
School-to-Work Transition Network – Guia’t Fair
The Guia’t Fair is an exhibition that showcases the full range of professional training on offer. Its target audience is students in their fourth year of compulsory secondary education and baccalaureate students, especially those who fail, give up their studies or are unsure of the training route they wish to pursue.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
  • Guidance practitioners
Català pdf document
TET – School-to-Work Transition Programme (Transició Escola Treball)
Any young person aged 15 to 29, but with a focus on those aged 15 to 21 with no compulsory secondary education diploma.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
Català pdf document
Barcelona Orienta Agreement
The city’s institutions and organisations involved in guidance processes, services and resources (bearing in mind that the Agreement is the framework for participation, coordination, public-private cooperation and joint action).
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Català pdf document
Eina Guidance Tool
Students aged 12 and over. Young people who are early school leavers. Families. Tutors from educational centres as guidance counsellors. Municipal organisations that take on young people for work experience, service-learning (APS), etc.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Català pdf document
ROAD MAP
Students on the preparation course for the intermediate-level and higher-level vocational training entrance examinations.
Spain
  • students
Català pdf document
APROPA Conference
Students in compulsory secondary education (ESO), training and insertion programmes (PFI), baccalaureate studies and vocational training. Families, teachers, educational professionals and the general public.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Català pdf document
Joves.TET
1. Profile of young people requiring guidance: young people aged between 16 and 25. Those who have no training route, have dropped out of school or training, or are seeking work. Lack of social network and/or family support (possible referrals from Social Services, secondary schools or other agents). 2. Profile of young people requiring support: young people aged 16-19. Those who are insufficiently rooted in the region and/or insufficiently adapted to the local educational and social environment. Those with few personal and social resources, who require very disciplined, personalised monitoring. Those with a history of accumulated failure and with highly specific needs, who are not served to by other institutions, organisations, bodies or professionals.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • Guidance practitioners
Català pdf document
ACADA PROJECT
Students in the fourth year of compulsory secondary education in the municipality’s three secondary schools (Institut Vil•la Romana, Institut Manuel Blancafort and Escola Sant Lluís) who experience difficulties in obtaining a compulsory secondary education diploma. The profile is diverse: young people with learning difficulties, a lack of motivation to study or a personal or family situation that affects their studies.
Spain
  • students
Català pdf document
La Maleta de les Famílies (The Family Suitcase )
Families of students in the fourth year of compulsory secondary education at risk of early school leaving. The pilot for this programme was carried out in 28 public secondary schools in eight municipalities in the province of Barcelona.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
Català pdf document
Aprenents (Apprenticeship) Project – TET
Alumnes dels instituts del municipi d’entre 14 i 18 anys en risc de fracàs escolar i abandonament prematur.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
Català pdf document
Projecte de Vida Professional (Professional Life Project)
ProVP is aimed at students in compulsory secondary education and post-compulsory education, although each activity may be aimed at specific targets. In general, ProVP assists students in the following types of education: 1. The third and fourth years of compulsory secondary education (ESO); groups with special educational needs may also be assisted. 2. Training and insertion programmes (PFI). 3. First and second years of Baccalaureate studies. 4. Intermediate-level vocational training courses (CFGM). 5. Higher-level vocational training courses (CFGS). 6. Adult education. In the 2014-2015 academic year, the following activities were carried out: 7. Sessions on specific topics, organised by the Porta22 professional development centre. 8. Talk entitled ‘Escola i Empresa’ (school and work), given at educational centres themselves. 9. Visits to companies in the city of Barcelona and its metropolitan area. 10. Conferences entitled ‘Emprendre amb Valors’ (the values of entrepreneurship). 11. Information on post-compulsory pathways offered by the education system.
Spain
  • students
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Català pdf document
Coneixement d’Oficis (Knowledge of Professions)
Students in the upper years of compulsory secondary education (third and fourth years of ESO) who have difficulties in defining their professional pathways, who are unaware of the possibilities offered by the local job market and who are at risk of dropping out of school.
Spain
  • students
Català pdf document
Servei d’Orientació Pla Jove (Youth Plan Guidance Service)
With the aim of assisting students at risk of dropping out of education and promoting pathways for being able to attain the second level of training, the project focuses on assisting different groups of students, with various blocks of measures: 1. The Servei d’Orientació Pla Jove helps schools and colleges to implement their guidance strategies by implementing guidance programmes that give students an understanding of the different opportunities offered by the education system and the training and resources available in the city. This helps students make decisions regarding post-compulsory education based on the guidelines established by the Department of Education. 2. Support for tutors and other people responsible in the guidance processes in the transition between compulsory secondary and post-compulsory education. 3. Support for students in compulsory secondary education who have not obtained an ESO diploma, providing individualised support and monitoring during the entire training pathway, as well as helping with the pre-registration and registration processes to access post-compulsory studies. 4. Support for young people and their families, with individualised support and monitoring. 5. Support for students in compulsory secondary education who have obtained an ESO diploma, by monitoring the pathways for transition to post-compulsory training of those who show a risk of dropping out, focusing on the most problematic pathways and especially on those students entering intermediate-level vocational training and baccalaureate students at risk of dropping out. 6. Support for and promotion of the guidance platforms of the District’s adult training centres, connecting adult training outputs with the post-compulsory pathways of the educational system.
Spain
  • students
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Català pdf document
Posa-t’hi
Students from the fourth year of compulsory secondary education (ESO) who have not obtained the secondary education diploma and/or young people over 16 who do not wish to continue within formal education.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Català pdf document
Local School-to-Work Transition Service
Young people currently in compulsory secondary education who need guidance and/or motivation in their studies. Young people aged 16–24 who have completed compulsory secondary education but who have not obtained a diploma. Young people who have left a training and/or baccalaureate course and who need academic and/or employment guidance and advice. Young people in baccalaureate and training courses in general, who need guidance and advice. In general, special attention is given to young people at risk of school failure, with special educational needs – social needs or needs related with disabilities – or those at risk of social marginalisation. Although the main target group is young people, families and guidance counsellors are also an important target group for the service, as well as mentors and knowledge transmitters.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • parents
  • Guidance practitioners
Català pdf document
Reconnecta’t
Teenagers and young people aged 16 to 25 who are alienated and not involved in any training or education pathways. They have issues in common such as school failure and personal vulnerability. It is necessary to provide constant support. Most of the young people are referred by basic social care teams and social services specialising in children and teenagers, or local secondary schools.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
Català pdf document
Granollers Guidance System
As regards this system, our target group is essentially students and/or young people who have left education, so as to reintegrate them into the educational system once again. It must be taken into account, however, that there are also actions directed at families, teachers, guidance counsellors, etc.
Spain
  • students
  • ESL
  • Guidance practitioners
  • Teachers
Català pdf document
Mars XXI: Is A Human Colony On Mars Possible?
Students in the upper years of compulsory secondary education at risk of dropping out of school for different reasons (including lack of motivation, of academic role models in their environment or of self confidence, and difficult academic pathways)
Spain
  • students
Català pdf document
Support Mentoring – Being a young person after secondary school
It is aimed at the entire population of 15 to 17 year olds at six state secondary schools in Terrassa. Each year about 1000 young people take part (450 in the information and counselling activities during the 4th year of secondary and 450 in the individual monitoring in the year after finishing secondary school). These participants receive a clear message from their local area: facilities, services and mentors that can help guide them as young people. This knowledge helps them access municipal resources more easily, because of the sense of personal proximity that has been established.
Spain
  • students
Català pdf document