July 13, 2024

The professional mobility of students and teachers from ZSZ NR 3 in Starachowice in Rimini has just ended

It’s time to go back to Poland. On Friday, April 28th, students and teachers from ZSZ NR 3 (Starachowice) completed their participation in an accredited project. During their internship, the students developed their previous professional skills and acquired new ones. The experience allowed students to expand their practical knowledge and learn about new techniques and technologies in the fields of hairdressing, electricity, electromechanics of motor vehicles, and mechanical driving.

In addition to their daily duties, students also enjoyed the attractions of the city of Rimini during their free time and bonded with each other. Over the weekend, they visited San Marino, Ravenna, and Riccione. The trip was also an opportunity to get to know Italy, its residents, culture, and customs. Mobility participants had to overcome language barriers and adapt to working in European conditions. It was a wonderful professional and life experience and an unforgettable adventure.

Also, from April 17th to 28th two mechanical teachers participated in an accredited project under the Erasmus+ Program, Vocational Education and Training sector. Mr. Cezary Gałęzia and Mr. Piotr Adamus participated in job shadowing at the Instituto Professionale dell’Industria e l’Artigianato L. B. Alberti in Rimini.

The teachers improved their professional knowledge and skills, educational and pedagogical competences. Mobility participants communicated in English and collaborated in an international team. It was also a great professional and life experience for them.

On the last day of the stay, there was a ceremonial presentation of certificates, acknowledging the results of the learning process.

Thanks a lot to the the hosting organization Sistema Turismo.

Article: Participants of the project from ZSZ NR 3 in Starachowice
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