LEONARDO DAVINCI COPILOTE

Setting up a common European Strategy toward Tutorsd of trainees in the building companies

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Member of the development partnership

The CCA-BTP (FR) was the promoter of this project

Associated partners

  • Centre inffo, CIEP,
  • CREDIJ (FR),
  • BZB (DE),
  • Formation PME Liège (BE),
  • FLC Asturies (ES),
  • FORMEDIL (IT),
  • ECAP (CH),
  • Budowlani (PL)
  • BYN (SE)
 

Context of the project

In late 2000, the Ministry of Education proposed to the National Committee of the European Union, in conjunction with several member states to engage in a discussion on developing a common approach to build future "European degrees ".
It is in this context that the approach of sustainable professionalisation emerged.
This project was designed as an opportunity to develop and test a common methodology for creating documents European "reference".

The project

The COPILOTE project, achieved between October 2006 and October 2008 within the framework of the Leonardo da Vinci programme, aimed at the setting up a supportingstrategy for small and medium size company tutors in the building sector in Europe.

The partners coming from 8 contries (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland) worked at methods, processes and toolspermitting company tutors to be more efficient as trainers and to give trainees a real opportunity to be durably integrated as skilled workers into building companies.

Original experiences made in each country were explored and new solutions, adjustable to specific national contexts, are now proposed.

Moreover, high quality training programmes need a real partnership between company tutors and training center intructors.

Target group

Audiences are concerned by these actions

The final beneficiaries:
Tutor trainers (training center)
Tutor trainers (company)

The actors in training
Training organization
trainers

Enterprises:
Large companies and SMEs
VSEs and craftspeople

Output

  • Phase 1 : Description of the tutoring function in small and medium sized construction companies : analysis of national systems.
  • Phase 2 : Analysis of the perception of the tutoring function in the partner countries.
  • Phase 3 : Reference frame for activities and competencies of the company tutors in the construction sector in Europe.
  • Phase 4 : Tools permitting to accompany the company tutors in their function as trainers : general description.

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