Students attend internship programmes in various subjects under our Malta Interns Programme
European Learning Pathways for Social and Health Care
This project was just concluded with a final transnational meeting held in Finland. The project was led by KSAO school from Kouvola Finland but other Finnish schools were also partners. There were also partners from Hungary, Germany, Spain and of course Future Focus from Malta. During the project the partners visited a number of child care centres, hospitals, elderly care homes, homes for persons with mental health issues and other institutions. The idea of this project was to draw up a comparative study of different education systems in the different countries. Another intellectual output was to create a guidebook about the different legal issues affecting internships abroad particularly in the countries of the partners. The guidebook also covered the documentation required in the different countries. The partners also discussed what the students were allowed to do on internship during the different Erasmus + KA1 mobilities. This project has made up better prepared to received internship students in Malta particularly in the field of social and health care.
The project was very well organised and was attended by teachers from all the partners. It is hoped that the partnership will continue in the future.
This project is about creating a multi lingual dictionary to help migrants following courses in different European countries. This project is led by CPIA Avellino and has partners from Benevento Italy, Ravenna Italy, Scotland, Cyprus, Greece and of course Malta.
Teachers from Poland attend a course in Malta under the project:
"AN INNOVATIVE CLIL METHOD - AN OPPORTUNITY FOR OUR SCHOOL". 2016-1-PL01-KA101-025325
Our School of English is now offering teacher training programmes in CLIL
For details: https://www.schoolofenglishmalta.com