Enso are proud to work across the EU! See links below to some of our most interesting projects. Click on the links below to find out more about what some of the groups have been up to.
Martinique to Rotterdam – Transport and Logistics
9 A-level students from a Vocational school in Martinique specialising in Transports and Logistics went to Rotterdam for a 4-weeks internship. The mobility was also the occasion to discover the impressive logistics of the main port of Rotterdam, the biggest active harbour of Europe.
Poland to Palermo – Hospitality
18 Polish students specialising in Hospitality Food & Beverage in POWER mobility in Palermo (Italy) along 4 weeks in April-May 2017.
10 students followed a training focused on Hotel Management and met several Local Hotels and B&B managers to learn about their professional experience.
8 students had an internship within pizzeria and restaurants in Palermo.
10 Polish staff working in a job centre in Malbork travelled to Malaga for a week in September 2018 to undertake training and to visit various organisations to understand their methods to work towards achieving best practice.
Between 17 and 24 September a project of Polish professional teachers took place in Rimini titled: ”Partnership in Vocational Training” under Erasmus+, action 1 .
6 vocational teachers from school of Józef Wybicki School of Somonino carried out a
professional internship at various Italian companies of catering and hotel industry, as
well as educational system.
At the turn of May and June 2018, a group of students from Katowice participated in four – week internships of the Erasmus Plus program in Italy in Milan. The project entitled: “ Logistics and Advertising – the jobs of the future” gathered 18 students of both courses.
This 2-year project funded by Erasmus+ KA2 program focuses on farms, including city farms, as a setting that provides accessible and conducive environment for Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND) learners to acquire skills on Vocational Education and Training (VET) for employment. They can offer opportunities that colleges cannot with practical, sensory-rich environment. There is a gap in the employment prospects and job vacancies for those with disabilities and farm environment have the potential to host opportunities to bridge the gap. To provide a more inclusive labour market, farms need to provide quality, well-respected VET schemes of work. Teachers and carers must be well trained in order to create a comprehensive learning with enthusiasm and motivation to create these opportunities.