Consolidated Survey Findings
Lead Partner: Istanbul Medeniyet University, Turkey
This report will comprise a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the national findings related to SE providers training needs and gaps in recognition and assessment of their competencies, individual needs of obtaining them, relevant methodologies and pedagogical approaches in terms of SE provision etc.
In addition a comparative version in English will be produced to describe and compare the national particularities and similarities of the needs.
This will be a first public report that will be widely disseminated to stakeholders, in order also to gather additional feedback. On that basis will be designed the logical framework for the development of EQAVET system.
EQAVET System for Recognition, Validation and Certification of SE Providers
Lead Partner: Marie Curie Association, Bulgaria
The EQAVET system will enable recognition, monitoring and validation of competencies acquired by SE providers during their VET training and practice of implementation of Supported employment service.
This tool could be used also by external bodies (VET centers, VET training providers, Third sector organizations, employers etc.) for a "third part" monitoring of the acquired competencies. This system enables the delivering of a declaration of the competencies acquired during the SE service.
Instructions Guide for the System of Competencies Monitoring in the SE Service
Lead Partner: Consultis Ltd., Portugal
This guide will be used as instructional material to the SE providers, VET Centers, VET providers, NG0s, Employers, Governmental bodies and policy makers who provide Supported Employment (SE) services and it shows how to implement the monitoring of competencies acquired by the SE providers during the SE service.
This guide could be used also by external bodies of the project consortium who would like to use the enhanced system during and beyond project lifetime.
VET Training Programme for Supported Employment Providers
Lead Partner: University Rehabilitation Institute, Slovenia
VET training programme for supported employment providers will include open online course, based on the first assessment of the skills, knowledge and competencies by the "Tools for SE Specialist" system there will be need for covering training gaps of current SE providers.
From the other hand this product will be the main training course for those people who would like to become SE providers. This is a very important product especially for the countries like Turkey and Bulgaria where SE will be piloted for the first time.
Lead Partner: Center for Labor and Social Security Training and Research, Turkey
Report on Policy recommendations and guidelines for implementation which will include the impact indicators which the process should meet in order to justify its effectiveness.
The report also will include a thorough recommendations for the implementation of the supported employment as service in Turkey and Bulgaria as well as conclusions for the improvements of the existing services in Slovenia and Portugal.
Online learning system for "Tools for SE Specialist"
Lead Partner: International Science, Innovation, Technology Association, Turkey
Online learning system for "Tools for SE Specialist" will include open online course, the accessible multilingual website of the project, operated under the open source.
The accessible multilingual e-learning platform operated under the open source system. It should include all accessibility actions followed by WCAG 2.0 and should be SCORM compliant.
The e-learning platform will host the EQAVET system and SE VET programme with all 8 units in all languages as well as all public deliverables.