The guide for evaluation and capitalization meetings with participants after their mobility is the fourth intellectual outputs of the Erasmus + PC IMPRESS strategic partnership. The guide can now be downloaded.
This guide aims at being an innovative tool for whoever works in mobility programs and manages young people with fewer opportunities taking part in mobility experiences abroad.
It contains guidelines for project managers to be followed during the final evaluation phase, at the return of young people from their mobility experiences.
Those guidelines shall facilitate project managers in:
- Stimulating reflection with the youngsters about their learning path;
- Evaluating the mobility experience itself;
- Switching evaluation meeting in capitalisation one;
- Stimulating young people to identify further steps in the future;
- Stimulating the youngsters to discover and valorise their skills and identify skills required by the job market
The guide is designed for any person working in mobility programs. S/he can be a youth worker, project manager, mentor, tutor dealing with a final stage of a mobility experience, specifically when participants return back home.
It contains tools, meetings, advices, tips to be followed once the mobility is ended. Starting from the previous experience of the PC IMPRESS partner organisations, the partnership decided to set up a pedagogical flow aiming at, first, evaluating the mobility experience and, then, looking at competences acquired during the mobility to be used in the labour market and in the everyday life.
The “Guide for evaluation and capitalization meetings with participants after their mobility” is one of the six intellectual output developed, tested and finalized by the partnership formed by: ADICE (France), CESIE (Italy), PRO WORK (Holland), STEP (Spain), VCC (Poland). This projects aims at promoting and capitalizing formal and non-formal knowledge and soft & hard skills of young people coming from a mobility experience as a way to strengthened people’s employability.
The guide is available in six languages: