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 2017-2018. Another two grants are available from previous KA1 project of 2016-2017. Thus, we will have the initial 19+2 mobility workplaces funded by Erasmus+ grants and 1 added traineeship place funded by the DGFPEA, so we can finally have 22 places for student mobilities. The amount of this support will be slightly less than the Erasmus+ budget, but enough to face mobility.
Last multiplier event celebrated in Santa Cruz de Tenerife get show Talented Europe project by press releases in different medias: local, regional and national newspapers, and regional radio and TV.
After see the amount of press releases, we hope that this event will contribute to the development and the dissemination of the output showed in http://talentedeurope.eu.
Links to press, radio and tv publications:
- Interview to Talented Europe project members in Canarias TV
- Interview in the radio program Hoy por hoy of Cadena SER with Juan Carlos Castañeda
The 4th Transnational Meeting for the Talented Europe project (Erasmus+ 2015-1-ES01-KA203-016176) was held at the Centro Integrado de Formación Profesional (CIFP) César Manrique in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain on the 4th and 5th April, 2017.
The main objective of the meeting was to review undertakings and to develop strategies for the next phase of the on-going Talented Europe project, an Erasmus Plus sponsored project which aims at connecting students to employers across Europe with endorsement of their universities and increasing their employability opportunities.
Our center actively collaborates as a partner in the European Erasmus+ KA2 project “Talented Europe“, whose main objective is to develop a computer application to connect companies with talented students from all over Europe. The novelty in this application is that there are academic validators, who certify the talent of the students.
On Thursday, April 6th will be held the #TalentedEuropeTF broadcast event at the Adán Martín Auditorium. We encourage you to participate in this event using the following registration form and also to register on the project website, choosing the appropriate profile (company, student or educational institution) at the address www.talentedeurope.eu.
- Poland: There will go 2 students of Computer Systems Administration, 1 from Automatization and Robotics and 2 Web / Cross-platform Applications Development ones. The city will be Cracow.
- Germany: In the área of Berlin will stay 3 Tourist Guide students.
- Italy: One student of Hsotelry and Tourism will work near the city of Catania, in Sicily. 4 students of Automatization and Robotics are going to stay in Bologne.
- Scotland: One student of Cross-Platform Applications Development will work in the city of Edimbourgh.
- Portugal: In the área of Braga will stay and do his traineeship 1 Tourist Guide student.
Now we wish them a nice experience and keep in touch for any help they could need.