The EuroFUE-UJI team has attended on 20th and 21st January the first transnational meeting of the partners of the European project TTT-I, within the framework of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for adult education programme. The project Train The Trainer of Immigrants, Innovative Training Course for Adult Educators, whose aim is to develop and implement informal learning methodologies for the acquisition of new languages, has held its initial meeting in Kazimierz Dolny, a small town near the Polish capital, Warsaw.
The coordinators of the project Fundacja Ad Meritum (Poland) have been the guests of this first international meeting of the project partners which are the Association for Crisis Assistance and Development Cooperation Waddi from Germany, the Greek organizations Association of Active Citizens and Second Chance School of Mytilene and the FUE-UJI, as Spanish partner.
On Thursday 13 February, the UJI will host the Erasmus+ conference to publicise the calls for European Erasmus+ funding. This conference, promoted by the Vice-Chancellor for Internationalisation and Cooperation, will focus especially on the Key Action (KA2). The Erasmus+ programme has the Key Action KA1: Mobility of People. The Key Action KA2: Cooperation for Innovation of Exchange of Good Practices and the Key Action KA3. Support for policy reform.
The Erasmus+ conference will be held in the Salón de Actos de la
Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud of the UJI next Thursday, February 13,
from 9 am to 1 pm. It will be opened by Eva Alcón, rector of the UJI, and will
have the participation of SEPIE, which acts as the National Agency for the
management, dissemination and promotion of the European Union’s Erasmus+
programme in the field of Education and Training.
The ETHNA SYSTEM project, within the framework of the Horizon 2020 program, aims to implement, over the next 3 years, an ethical governance system that promotes good practices in responsible research and innovation in higher education institutions, research centres and research funding bodies. For this purpose, the European project has a consortium made up of 10 entities from 8 different countries, including the Universitat Jaume I de Castelló (UJI), as the project coordinator, and the FUE-UJI, which will support the UJI as an associated entity.
RNE interviews the Erasmus+ Ecoblue Tourism Project Ecoblue Tourism, coordinated by FUE-UJI, is an Erasmus+ project that works to increase entrepreneurial opportunities in blue ecotourism in coastal countries, through an innovative training methodology to improve the entrepreneurial skills of long-term unemployed ypung people.
CIA is the acronym for ‘Civic Intergenerational Agents’, the new Erasmus+ Project approved by the European Commission and coordinated by FUE-UJI. This project that promotes intergenerational knowledge exchange has 6 international organisations in its consortium that will implement it during the next year and a half.
The European Project CIA is part of the Erasmus+ Programme, in particular in the ‘Strategic Partnerships in the Youth field’ action. During its implementations, the project will carry out a series of Local Intergenerational Civic Councils through which they improve the skills and employability of young people with fewer opportunities.