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Učenje odraslih oseb s posebnimi potrebami – LEAP! | Javni Zavod Cene Štupar

Projekt stremi k vzpostavitvi evropske mreže vseživljenjskega učenja, s poudarkom na izmenjavi izkušenj in primerih dobrih praks s področja izobraževanja, dela in življenja mlajših odraslih s posebnimi potrebami, natančneje, tistih z intelektualnim primanjkljajem.
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Koordinator projekta je:

Savon koulutuskuntayhtymä, Savon ammatti- Savo Consortium for Education, Savo -Vocational College – SUOMI, FINLAND

 

Poleg našega zavoda, sodelujejo v projektu kot partnerske institucije še:

– Korsholms vuxeninstitut – Mustasaaren aikuisopisto – SUOMI, FINSKA
– Ender Engelsiz Yaşam Derneği, Ankara– TURČIJA
– Palco de Sombras, Lda., Lisbona – PORTUGALSKA
– De-Charles Resources Limited – VELIKA BRITANIJA

 

Projekt se izvaja ob podpori Evropske komisije, v okviru programa Vseživljenjsko učenje, podprogram Grundtvig.

 

Strokovni delavci s Ceneta Štuparja – CILJ, Dragica Glažar, Alida Zagorc Šuligoj in direktor zavoda  Bojan Hajdinjak, pri izvajanju projektnih aktivnosti sodelujejo z Zavodom za usposabljanje Janeza Levca.

 

Namen projekta je zbrati in preučiti zakonodajo s področja izobraževanja, bivanja in dela oseb s posebnimi potrebami vseh vključenih držav partneric, preučiti, izboljšati in širiti obstoječe metode dela, učna gradiva in metodologije usposabljanj med državami, izmenjati primere dobrih praks z omenjenih področij in poskrbeti za diseminacijo vseh pridobljenih vsebin.
Znanje se bo širilo in delilo v obliki seminarjev in obiskov med partnerji. Ogledali si bomo šole, delovna mesta, združenja, razne domove ter financirane ponudnike namestitev. Vsi člani projektne mreže bodo vse pridobljene informacije zbirali na portalu e-učenje Fronter, ki je namenjen komunikaciji tekom projekta.

 

Trajanje projekta: avgust 2012 – julij 2014

 

»Namen programa Vseživljenjskega učenja je prispevati k razvoju družbe z vrhunskim znanjem, trajnostnim gospodarskim razvojem, več in bolj kakovostnimi delovnimi mesti in večjo socialno kohezijo ter zagotavljanje varstva okolja za prihodnje generacije. Podpira izmenjavo, sodelovanje in mobilnost med sistemi izobraževanja in usposabljanja v Evropi, tako da bodo postali svetovna referenca za kakovost.« Vir: www.cmepius.si.

 

About the project

The key focus of the project partnership was to enchance the exchange of different good practices used with disabled young adults in lifelong learning for the purposes of work, living and learning. During the project, the study visits were organized in all partners’ countries. We had the opportunity to visit schools, workplaces, associations, government bodies, service homes, employment centers, etc. and to see how young adults with intellectual disabilities are included into the lifelong learning. We also shared the existing teaching materials and learnt about the national laws regarding the disabled persons.

 

The partnership between the organizations from Finland, Great Britain, Portugal, Slovenia and Turkey was very collaborative.

 

We share the »Fronter« learning platform databank, which provides information on disability laws and education systems in the partners’ countries.

 

Outcomes of the project:

  • Virtual collection of good practices and cases on special education and adults with special needs. The material is available on Fronter learning platform databank.
  • Virtual collection of the national policies on disabled persons (Laws regarding the education, work and living, social services). The documents are available on Fronter learning platform databank.
  • Collection and exchange of the training materials specially designed for adults with special needs, such as materials used in informal programme “My step” etc. The documents are available on Fronter learning platform databank.
  • Organization  of 6 study visits on the issues of young adults with special needs. Each seminar had a topic regarding disabled towards their independent living, studying and working.
  • Dissemination  of the results of different projects for adults with special needs towards their independent living, studying and working.
  • Fronter, the virtual learning platform databank was created for the needs of the network of professionals for communication among partners and as a tool for collecting polices, good practices, audio – video material, etc.

 

3rd meeting LEAP! in Ljubljana, Slovenia (17. 4. 2013 – 19. 4. 2013)  

Programme of 3rd meeting || Slideshow of moments spent together

The third study visit was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, at Cene Štupar – Ljubljana Public Education Centre. The seminar was focused on the Slovenian further training for adults with special needs and on the presentation of the 3rd sector services in organising different day activities. We visited the Special Education Centre Janez Levec (Elementary school, Labour and Employment Centre), Education, Work and Care Centre Dolfke Boštjančič Draga (Restaurant Druga Violina – disabled employees), Sonček – Cerebral Palsy Association of Slovenia, Slovenian Society for Animal Assisted Therapy “Ambasadorji nasmeha” and Želva, the Company for Qualifying and Employment of Disabled Persons (Daily Working Centre, Institutional sheltered-residential Units). There were also workshops and lectures:  Presentation of Special Education Centre Janez Levec – Slovene Education system on general and for disabled people, Families with Special Children Through the Eyes of Relational Family Therapy, Disabled people in Education – Slovene Laws, About the organization of the Restaurant “Druga Violina” and Presentation of the Educational Programme “My Step”. The evaluation of the project’s activities was also done.

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTRE JANEZ LEVEC

 

EDUCATION, WORK AND CARE CENTRE DOLFKE BOŠTJANČIČ DRAGA

  • Restaurant DRUGA VIOLINA more
  • Disabled People in Education – Slovene Laws moreeven more

 

SONČEK – CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOCIATION OF SLOVENIA 

 

CENE ŠTUPAR – LJUBLJANA PUBLIC EDUCATION CENTRE

  • My step – Usposabljanje za življenjsko uspešnost – Moj korak (UŽU – MK) more
  • SLOVENIAN POLICIES ON SPECIAL EDUCATION AND ADULTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS moreeven more

 

SLOVENIAN SOCIETY FOR ANIMAL ASSISTED THERAPY »AMBASADORJI NASMEHA«

(trans. “Ambassadors of smile”)

 

ŽELVA, THE COMPANY FOR QUALIFYING AND EMPLOYMENT OF DISABLED PERSONS,

founded by the Association Sožitje upon the proposal of Employment Service of Slovenia on 1991 (Managing buildings, Maintenance, Cleaning service, Communal service, Joiner’s department, Shop)

  • Company Želva, Daily working center, Institutional sheltered-residential units more

 

Koristna zakonodaja/ Useful legislation

 

 

PROJEKT JE ZAKLJUČEN 

 

 

 

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