- ensuring equal opportunities for disadvantaged students;
- education for active citizenship and social integration of migrants and minorities;
- integration of young people and adults at risk of social exclusion into the labour market.
The participants were provided with guidance on how to organise good quality study visits, e.g. on tools and guidelines, such as the handbook for organisers, the management information system - Olive, Cedefop’s online sources, publications and networks. They discussed and explored effective and creative ways of preparing, implementing, promoting the study visit and disseminating its results. They also worked together in small groups and created draft programmes for a visit, lists of frequently asked questions (FAQ) and answers for dealing with unexpected situations during the visit and promotion and dissemination plans for a study visit.
All documents are in format
Outcomes of the seminar
(version of 21/6/2010)
Ms Michaela Feuerstein, Study visits programme, Cedefop
Background paper (final version of 22.06.2010)
Workshop III: Integration of youth and adults at risk of social exclusion into the labour market
Ms Helene Hamers, Cedefop: Preparation of a good quality study visit
Workshop I: Preparing a programme
Workshop III: Promoting the visit and disseminating its results