The transition from school to the workplace
Don't miss out this dialogue on innovative civic /pre-professional practices led by the cities of Barcelona, Brussels and Buenos Aires, organised by the IAEC Delegation for Latin America!
Places are limited, registration is required and first come first served basis applies.
We look forward to seeing you next Tuesday 5 October (16h CET | 11h Argentina local time) to attend the presentation of following good practices:
-The Future Secondary Education, Buenos Aires | Erica Olivera, Adviser, Under Secretariat for Pedagogical Coordination and Equity in Education, and Carola Martínez, Adviser, Directorate General for Educational Planning, Buenos Aires
The Secondary School of the Future deepen on the New Secondary School (NES) and proposes an increasingly inclusive school model that adapts to technological innovations and to the new formats of learning and teaching.
-BCN Vocational and Education Training Foundation (VET), Barcelona City Council | Neus Pons, Foundation Director
Vocational training issues, partnerships with companies for internships, dual vocational training, entrepreneurship and international internships, the Barcelona VET Council is established as a stable work platform for the different educational, social and economic agents that operate locally, with the main objective of ensuring the improvement of the quality of the vocational training system and job placement in the city .
-Civic Practices, Brussels | Jennifer Duvinaje, Director of Administration and Alice Rodrique, Citizen Projects Officer, Public Education Department
The Brussels City Council recognizes the fundamental role of education in building a democratic, fair, inclusive and respectful society for all people. For this reason, the local educational centers develop, on a day-to-day basis, initiatives that promote citizenship education in order to turn students into autonomous, free, responsible and supportive citizens. Within this framework, the Civic Practices project was created aimed at 16 and 17 year old secondary school students, through which they have the opportunity to actively participate in the social development of their city, carrying out solidarity activities in public entities or public (non-profit) involved in the project.
Zoom event with registration. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served. Register here!