- Relevance of the project: 35 points out of 40.
- Quality of design and project implementation: 37 points out of 40.
- Impact and dissemination: 20 points out of 20.
- Total rating of the Final Report and the project: 92 points out of 100.
- Qualitative assesment of the Final Report and the project: Very good.
Moreover, it has been developed the first Multiplier Event of the project, used to disseminate the project among potential end users: students, educational institutions and businesses.
The meetings have taken place at the University of Bedfordshire, one of the project partners, together with Belgium and Slovakia. From our center they have participated both teachers assigned to the project, Carlos Manescau and Sergio Delgado. The meeting was very fruitful and will be continued in the second half of the project (until September 2018) with three other transnational meetings.
The selection process will take place during next week and personal interviews (Erasmus Profile and Language Levels) will be held on Thursday, October 27 from 16:00 to 18:00 pm. Any applicant student must attend these interviews or forfeited be selected.
The General Direction of Vocational Training and Adult Education (DGFPEA) of the Department of Education, Culture and Sports of Canary Islands CA has confirmed centers participating in Erasmus+ student mobilities projects providing a financial support. Since that organism’s use of support is recommended to increase the number of mobilities according to the so-called Erasmus+ “Zero Grants”.
The IES Puerto de la Cruz – Telesforo Bravo, through the school Erasmus+ Coordination, has decided to use this economic contribution to increase the number of places for mobility trainees during 2016-2017. Another two grants are available from previous KA1 project of 2015-2016. Thus, we will have the initial 16+2 mobility workplaces funded by Erasmus+ grants and 1 added traineeship place funded by the DGFPEA, so we can finally have 19 places for student mobilities. The amount of this support will be slightly less than the Erasmus+ budget, but enough to face mobility.