Student and Staff Mobility Projects in Vocational Training -KA1

 

European mobility projects (KA1) for vocational training staff and students (for internships in companies).

AIDEJOVEN as a training center for employment accredited by the Community of Madrid, is proposed as a partner partner in European projects for the mobility of teachers and students in the field of Vocational Training.

 

Among our functions we can support in:

  • Help and identify the objectives and activities of the project.

  • Find organizations (companies, schools, local authorities, ...) that can offer internships, job shadowing and work experiences for students and staff.

  • Search accommodations in residences or apartments.

  • Take care of the linguistic preparation.

  • Take care of cultural preparation and social integration, organizing leisure activities and free time.

AGREEMENTS WITH COMPANIES

 

We work with companies in the following sectors:

  • Physical and sports activities

  • Administration and management

  • Agrarian

  • Graphic arts

  • Arts and crafts

  • Commerce and marketing

  • Building and civil works

  • Electricity and electronic

  • Energy and water

  • Mechanical manufacturing

  • Hostel and Tourism

  • Personal image

  • Image and sound

  • Food industries

  • Extractive industries

  • IT and communications

  • Installation and maintenance

  • Wood, furniture and cork

  • Maritime fishing

  • Chemistry

  • Health

  • Security and environment

  • Socio-cultural services and the community

  • Textile, clothing and leather

  • Transport and maintenance of vehicles

  • Glass and ceramics

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YOUR HOSTING PARTNER

 

MADRID

Madrid is a municipality and city of Spain. The town, with historical status of town, is the capital of the State and the Community of Madrid. The metropolitan area of ​​Madrid has a population of 6,507,184 inhabitants making it the third or fourth metropolitan area of ​​the European Union, according to the source, behind those of Paris and London, as well as the third most populated city in the European Union, behind Berlin and London.

As the capital of Spain, Madrid hosts the headquarters of the Government of Spain and its Ministries, the Cortes Generales (Congress and Senate), the Supreme Court and the Constitutional Court, as well as the official residence of the kings of Spain and the president of the government. On the economic plane, it is the fourth richest city in Europe. It is the headquarters of the 4th largest stock market in Europe, and 2nd in the Ibero-American sphere (Latibex) and of several of the largest corporations in the world. It is the 8th city in the world with the largest presence of multinationals, after Beijing and Milan and ahead of Dubai, Paris and New York.

At the international level, it hosts the headquarters of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), belonging to the UN, the headquarters of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), the headquarters of the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB), the headquarters of the Organization of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture (OEI), the Ibero-American Youth Organization (OIJ), and the headquarters of the Public Interest Oversight Board (PIOB), as well as the main international regulatory and broadcasting institutions. of the Spanish language: the Permanent Commission of the Association of Academies of the Spanish Language, and headquarters of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE), the Cervantes Institute and the Spanish Urgent Foundation. Madrid organizes fairs such as FITUR, Madrid Fusión, ARCO, SIMO TCI, the Auto Show and the Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week.

CÁDIZ - ANDALUCÍA

Cádiz is a city and municipality of Spain, capital of the homonymous province, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. With 118 048 inhabitants registered in 2017 (INE), 7 is the most populated city of the Bay of Cádiz and the third in the province after Jerez de la Frontera and Algeciras.

 

Located in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, in the southwestern corner of continental Europe, together with the municipalities of Chiclana, El Puerto de Santa María, Jerez, Puerto Real, Rota and San Fernando, the so-called Commonwealth of Municipalities Bahía de Cádiz.

 

Cádiz is an island that is separated from the mainland by a narrow channel called Caño de Sancti Petri that crosses the marshes. The city is located in front of the estuary of the Guadalete River, and immersed in the Natural Park of the Bay of Cádiz, 124 km from the regional capital, Seville. The group formed by Cádiz and San Fernando is separated from the Iberian Peninsula by the Caño de Sancti Petri. Historically, the territory of Cádiz has been constituted, initially, as a small archipelago, (called Gadeiras), to a single island, a situation in which it is debated if it is currently. This particularity makes it difficult to define its geographical condition, although today it receives an insular treatment plan. She was named by Lord Byron as "Siren of the Ocean" and is popularly known as the "Silver Cup".

 

Its economy is based, mainly, in the commerce sector due to the presence of the shipyards and the activities of the port area and the Free Trade Zone.The other base sector of the gaditana economy is tourism, due to its beaches, to local festivals and the important historical heritage that it has.

 

Nowadays Cadiz is known above all for its long and influential history (it is the oldest city in Western Europe and with archaeological remains dating to 3100 years), not only in the national scope but also for its importance in processes such as Punic wars, the romanization of Iberia, 18 19 the discovery and conquest of America or the establishment of the liberal regime in Spain with its first constitution, 20 as well as its subsequent influence on the constitutions of the independent Spanish colonies. The whole city has many squares, gardens, churches and other places that remember it.

 

 

CAMPO DE GIBRALTAR - ANDALUCÍA

 

http://www.turismocampodegibraltar.com

Campo de Gibraltar is located in the southernmost part of the Peninsula and Andalusia, southeast of the province of Cádiz. Its border between two continents (Europe-Africa), its enclave between two seas (Atlantic-Mediterranean) and the presence of the colony of Gibraltar, make the region one of the strategic territories of Europe. It is made up of the municipalities of ALGECIRAS, CASTELLAR DE LA FRONTERA, JIMENA DE LA FRONTERA, THE LINE OF THE CONCEPTION, THE BARRIOS, SAN ROQUE AND TARIFA.

 

Very well connected, you can access the area through the international airports of Jerez de la Frontera, Gibraltar and Malaga. The maritime ports of Algeciras and Cádiz offer the possibility of doing it by sea. The communications network is completed with excellent roads, including several highways, and the railway.

 

Nestled between the natural parks of the Alcornocales and the Straits and participating in the Natural Area of ​​the Marshes of Palmones, the ecological diversity is very important. Its valuable historical and monumental legacy, the goodness of the climate, the beaches and the possibilities for active leisure, complete the attractions of this tourist destination

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