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Inclusion project wins IHK Education Prize 2020 in Berlin

2020-05-22T11:08:28+02:0021. February, 2020|Projects|

Heinz-Dieter Schunk GmbH & Co. Spanntechnik KG from Mengen was awarded the special prize for particularly promising concepts and new approaches at the presentation of the IHK Education Prize 2020 in Berlin. The prize honours outstanding commitment in the area of training and further education and was awarded to the company for its inclusion project "Change of Perspective", in which trainees get to know the everyday work routine in the neighbouring OWB workshop.

Digitisation in care - potential for better work organisation and higher job satisfaction ?

2020-01-23T10:13:43+01:0016. December, 2019|Announcements, Projects, Events|

Digitisation has become a much talked about topic in the care sector as well. The nursing profession in particular is accompanied by numerous psychological and physical stress factors. Digitisation must find answers to these stress factors and help to relieve the burden on employees. The conference on 12.03.2020 would like to give suggestions on how digitisation can support specialists and managers in the care sector to strengthen their ability to work and job satisfaction.

Project start: Evaluation of the effects of the funding principles "Work Inclusive" - WiArIn - We are In!

2020-05-22T11:07:37+02:001. December, 2019|Activities, Projects|

On 1 December 2019, a new research project will start to evaluate the effects of Baden-Württemberg's funding principles on the participation of severely disabled people in working life. The Kommunalverband für Jugend und Soziales Baden-Württemberg (KVJS) is particularly interested in providing findings on the extent to which the measures thus implemented for the labour market-oriented qualification of participants can contribute to an improved participation situation. Based on the results of this study, professional standards are to be reviewed and further developed.

How to make vocational education and training accessible to all?

2020-05-22T11:06:43+02:004. February, 2019|Activities, Projects|

People with disabilities continue to be disproportionately excluded from the labour market Europe-wide. Vocational education and training (VET) plays a crucial role, as it acts as the joint between school education and the working world. How information and communication technologies (ICT) can be helpful in making VET more inclusive and therefore in better preparing learners for the labour market is the content of the ERASMUS+ project EICON. Project partners just met in Germany for the first of a series of several meetings to exchange good practice and to develop effective solutions.

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