Cmepius

Developing Competences through Work and International Mobility

3. 11. 2015

We invite you to participate in a two-day event comprising practical workshops and plenary presentations allowing participants come together to learn together and to and share knowledge, tools and experiences (a more detailed programme, confirming timing, speakers and workshop themes will be provided to confirmed participants nearer to the date of the event).

Organizers: CMEPIUS and CIMO

When and where
Thursday 12 and Friday 13 November 2015
Hotel Park, Bled, Slovenia (www.sava-hotels-resorts.com)

Practical information

This two-day event provides an opportunity to:

discuss how competence development through work-based learning can enhance the quality of education and training programmes;
consider the broader set of international competences that can be developed through a period of international learning mobility;
reflect on the role of career guidance in competence development;
learn more on the preparation of learning outcomes for use in the delivery of courses, programmes and international learning mobility.

Who

The target audience for this event is career guidance practitioners and international mobility coordinators from Slovenia, Finland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Italy, Croatia, Romania, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain and the Czech Republic. Whilst many participants will represent the host country (Slovenia), each of the remaining countries will have the opportunity to select up to 3 representatives either from the target audience or representing the Erasmus+ funding agency.

Costs

The seminar is free to attend with a number of meals also covered by the event organisers (lunch and coffee breaks on both days plus dinner on the first day). Participants are responsible for covering their own travel and accommodation expenses. For international participants (from outside Slovenia) it might be possible to access a grant to cover part of these costs (e.g. TCA or NetWBL). In all cases, participants should liaise with their own Erasmus+ National Agency to clarify this.