Introduction to Erasmus+ Programmes
We aim to reward and promote quality in our mobility project, enabling sending organisations to further develop their international strategies in VET and in Erasmus+ internship programmes. The VET mobility Charter 2018 has streamlined procedures including the application process, the organisation of mobility projects, and reporting activities. We can develop and design bespoke internship programmes to suite the need of schools, colleges and universities.
Vocational Education Training (VET): Since the inception of CCW, we have hosted over 30 European graduates in our office. Most of these interns are former Leonardo da Vinci and VET financed graduates.
Support: During their stay in Cardiff, the interns have received mentoring and coaching support from CCW Director, and team members.
Accommodation: All our interns have been placed with host families. During the last six years, CCW has developed a network of host families in and around Cardiff, offering our interns not only food and accommodation, but also social and language support, including a better understanding of the British culture.
Selection criteria for VET: Most of the interns working with us are proposed to us by our European partners. They will be the first to implement the selection.
Once a candidate has been suggested to us we will then request a CV and a covering letter in English so a Skype interview can be arranged.
If you are interested in doing a VET internship with us, please contact a sending organisation in your country.
Youth Workers mobility:
What is a ‘Youth Worker?’
A youth worker is a person working/volunteering with youth in the field of formal and/or non-formal education and training. They can participate in seminars, training courses, contact-making events and study visits, as well as observation and job-shadowing in a relevant organisation abroad.
CCW is also participating in KA1 mobility projects for youth workers and has opened their door to allow European people to observe/job-shadow/train with us for up to one week.
The participants are funded by Erasmus + projects and need to approach a sending organisation.
At the end of their stay, the participants will receive a Youth Pass attesting their new skills.
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