RETour - Work and education abroad in Europe for people with disabilities
The project is aimed at job-seeking young people and adults with disabilities who have completed vocational training. Through activities relevant to the labor market, individual counseling and support and an 8-week stay abroad with internship in Finland or Greece, the participants' practical work experience and vocational skills are to be significantly improved.
The stay abroad and its organization in the host country is taken over by our transnational project partners, the Kymenlaakson University in Kotka and the HRDC a project sponsor from Patras. These activities are accompanied by the promotion of transnational mobility and the expansion of professional, intercultural and foreign language skills. The acquired skills and knowledge should facilitate and promote integration into the German labor market. The national partners are regional providers of vocational training, self-help organizations and interest groups for people with disabilities. Other national partners are the cooperating job centers and employment agencies in the Free State of Thuringia. The networking of the various partners with their respective areas of focus in a project network enables the transnational exchange of experience and the transfer of results on a broad level.
Source: Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Homepage IdA - Integration through Exchange, http://www.ida.de
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