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The training platform will be addressed to adults who wish to search employment in one of the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Italy, Spain and United Kingdom.
The training material will follow the CLIL methodology, addressing all those topics that are useful to train people for working in the partners’ countries while improving the national language.
It will be structured with gradual difficulty, starting from level B1 of CEFR and finishing at level C2. Each topic or sub-topic will be addressed by a learning unit, that will contain diversified inputs, different kind of exercising activities, self-correcting exercises, writing tasks, final assessment both for content (progression in new knowledge, skills and understanding) and for language skill strengthening (vocabulary, grammar rules, reading comprehension, writing production, etc.).
Some of the topics addressed will be: how to write an effective curriculum vitae, how to write an effective cover letter, how to behave during a job interview, what are the most common employment contracts, what are the best searching channels, how to deal with money/salary issues, etc. A set of short videos will be included in the training material.
The videos may show for instance how to behave during a job interview, how body language influences the impression on an interviewer… a YouTube Channel will be created to collect them. The training platform will be available for all potential learners, through free signup.
VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE IN CLIL
(Content and Language Integrated Learning)
Erasmus+ Key Action 2
Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
STRATEGIC pARTNERSHIPS IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION, TRAINING AND YOUTH
Strategic Partnerships for adult education
(Agence francophone pour l'éducation et la formation tout au long de la vie)
Project number - 15PA0003 (2015-1-BE01-KA204-013197)
Period: 01/09/2015 to 28/02/2018 (30 months)
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Seven activities, each coordinated by one project partner, will lead to the creation of the training platform.
The partners will first write guidelines for the production of CLIL materials and vocational guidance contents. Based on these guidelines, they will produce a first version of the exercises, which will be tested in all the partner countries.
Based on the users’ evaluation, a final version will be created.