Teachers Center Cuevas del Almanzora scheduled for the next day 12 September a Provincial Conference on Vocational Dual, addressed to teachers FP of different professional families, in order to inform them about the features of Vocational Training Dual. these days, that have 100 sleeps, They will be held at the Hotel Valle del Este, the municipality of Vera.
Dual Vocational Training is a form of vocational training that is done not only at school, if not there is an alternation between it and the partner company. Its main objectives are to increase collaboration between training centers and enterprises FP; help students learn more about the industry in which they work; facilitate future incorporation into the labor market for young people and improve their professional qualifications.
The objectives sought with these Provincial Days are to know the characteristics of Vocational Training Dual, and encourage the meeting between schools that develop FP Dual those centers without experience in the same. In the same way, the conference also pursue prestigiar the FP and FP Dual within the educational environment and dissemination.
The Provincial Conference program will consist of a Framework Conference and discussion Business-Education Board, to make the morning, and three simultaneous workshops, to be held in the afternoon, where new features and improvements that should be kept for future courses will be discussed, information on the implementation of this training modality, and making coordinated by the staff point of the Bertelsmann Foundation and companies.
Both baremación as registration, details displacement, certification assistance will be made through LIABLE ASESORÍAS:
– Miguel Mejias Francisco Pino (CEP El Ejido)
– Francisco José de Haro Olmo (CEP Almería)
– Manuel Nieto Nieto (CEP-Cuevas Olula)
The deadline for applications for FP Dual Provincial Days is now open.
Now, in Almería there 11 Dual FP centers (9 public and 2 concerted) imparting 16 cycles, with 84 1st course modules and 68 2nd course, a total of 80 teachers and 195 students spread over 195 partner companies.