Transfert of Innovation SINAPSI
(01-10-2008/30-09-2010)




SUMMARY AND AIMS OF THE PROJECT:

Trainers have used role-playing games to teach negotiation skills for a long time. In traditional practice, learners in a small group “act out” the roles assigned by the trainer. The SISINE Project (www.SISINE.net) – funded by the EU Leonardo Program - has developed a teaching methodology making it possible to conduct this kind of role playing game at a distance. The teaching methodology exploits a specially-developed technology platform allowing a small community of players to communicate, interact and play online (...)



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Partnership Project The Way to Dissemination
(01-08-2008/31-07-2010) 



SUMMARY AND AIMS OF THE PROJECT:

The project is going to develop a methodology called "Job Circuit" (job rotation including teambuilding, information of employment, experience of changing jobs) based on asuccessful limited project developed and tested in Norway in 2004. The target groups of this project are VET school dropouts (early school leavers) and young unemployed people, 15 to 20 years old. The project will develop a methodology for cooperation between the labour market (SME's) (...)



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Innovation Project Learn to Lead (01-01-2010/31-12-2012)




SUMMARY AND AIMS OF THE PROJECT:

Nearly all productive activity involves work by teams of competing and collaborating individuals, each with their own personalities, motivations and skills. The effectiveness and efficiency of the team is an emergent property of the dynamics that develop within the team in a continuous cycle of “forming - storming- norming and performing”. Effective team leaders manage these dynamics in ways that help the team to meet its objectives (...)




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Transfert of Innovation Project E-learning in Community Care (01-11-2007/31-10-2009)



SUMMARY AND AIMS OF THE PROJECT:

The analysis of the situation in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary (Visegrád Group, hereinafter V4) made in 2005 showed that community care is approximately at the same level in these countries and that there are no educational programmes that would efficiently prepare the workers in this area for their tasks. However, it is the area of health care which is given much attention in a number of developed countries due to its undoubtedly great social importance (...)



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