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Ausschreibungen

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Stelle eines Generaldirektors (w/m) für die Generaldirektion Innovation und technologische Unterstützung

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 13. November 2020, 12:00 Uhr (mittags), Brüsseler Zeit.

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Stelle eines Generaldirektors (w/m) für die Generaldirektion Sicherheits- und Schutzbelange

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 13. November 2020, 12:00 Uhr (mittags), Brüsseler Zeit.

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Stelle eines Hauptberaters (m/w) für das Generalsekretariat des Ausschusses für Regulierungskontrolle

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 16. November 2020, 12:00 Uhr (mittags), Brüsseler Zeit.

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Aufforderung zur Einreichung von Vorschlägen - ReferNet - Europäisches Fachwissensnetzwerk des Cedefop zur Berufsbildung

Vorschläge müssen bis spätestens 16. November 2021 eingereicht werden.

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Stelle eines Generaldirektors (w/m) für die Generaldirektion Auswärtige Angelegenheiten, Erweiterung und Katastrophenschutz

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 18. November 2020, 12:00 Uhr (mittags), Brüsseler Zeit.

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Stelle eines Generaldirektors (w/m) für die Abteilung Allgemeine und institutionelle Politik des Generalsekretariates de Rates

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 18. November 2020, 12:00 Uhr (mittags), Brüsseler Zeit.

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Stelle eines Verwaltungsdirektors (w/m) für die Europäische Staatsanwaltschaft

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 24. November 2020, 23:59 Uhr (MEZ).

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Aufforderung zur Einreichung von Vorschlägen - Erasmus-Akkreditierung im Jugendbereich

Anträge zur Erteilung der Akkreditierung müssen bis spätestens 31. Dezember 2021 eingereicht werden.

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Partner Search

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PARTNERSCHIP CALL FOR EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND APPLICATION 481 (FLANDERS)

Thomas More University of Applied Sciences is looking for partners for the European Social Fund (ESF Flanders) call ‘Transnational Learning Networks’. We would like to cordially invite you to discuss the following call and project outline with us to potentially form a project partnership and develop a joint project proposal. We kindly ask you to confirm your interest by replying to this email by Tuesday, November 10. Should you be interested in mutual learning during a 2 year project, we will set up an online meeting to discuss further. Thank you for your time and interest. We look forward to hearing from you.

Call for partners

In response to the ESF-Flanders call on Transnational Learning Networks, Thomas More University of Applied Sciences is looking for partners to augment the re-integration at work of employees and jobseekers with an acquired brain injury. We focus on a twofold perspective with specific service providers: from a rehabilitation perspective we actively involve health care professionals and from an integration perspective we actively involve employers and disability managers.

The aim of this project is to learn mutually and to develop dialogic and collaborative strategies and methods for a more increased and more effective chance to (re)integrate and sustain the target group at work.

The project has one main goal:

  • Reintegrating and sustaining more employees and job seekers with cognitive impairments due to an acquired brain injury at work.

To achieve this goal, the partnership will

  • Map out framework conditions for target group and service providers
  • Crystallize methodologies and best practices from other EU Member States for interdisciplinary cooperation
  • Develop a road map from hospital admission to reintegration at work
  • Translate road map into Flemish policy recommendations and implementation strategies
  • Collaborate with transnational partners to co-create strategies and methods
  • Disentangle specific pathology-related guidelines for target group
  • Implement road map, recommendations and implementation strategies in Flanders
  • Disseminate road map, recommendations and implementation strategies

Target group(s) The primary target group for the project are jobseekers and employees with an acquired brain injury. We focus on their invisible cognitive impairments, such as reduced attentional span, impaired information processing or lack of self awareness. We will link the impairments to achievable and realistic working conditions, work content, work relations and work organization.

Process/activities: With at least two transnational partner the vision is to visit each of the partner institutions in the 24- months project period. Below is an overall and broad process of the project.

  • Brainstorm, presentations, what can we bring/expertise, expectations and forward-looking
  • What have we learned since last time, experiences, further development
  • Road map (linked to International Classification of Functioning, disability and health): which job profile is desired by the employee/jobseeker with an ABI, which profile is achievable due to his/her cognitive impairments, which personal and external factors might influence (opportunities/boundaries) his/her re-integration
  • Implementation of road map, recommendations and strategies
  • Evaluation/dissemination of road map, recommendations and strategies

In between Microsoft Teams-meetings will be used in order to keep on track, spare and to share knowledge

The full proposal will be submitted to ESF Flanders in December 2020. If approved, the project will have a duration of maximum 23 months, starting in February 2021. Transnational partners do not need ESF funding from their own country. Transnational partners can participate with own funding, existing projects, including their own nationally funded ESF projects.

Short description of the organization Thomas More University of Applied Science is a higher education institution, where research-based teaching is combined with practice oriented research and practical training in public institutions and private businesses.

Added value to the project idea In 2018 the Belgian government created opportunities to successfully regain and reintegrate people with a disability at work. The Flemish government set up targets to get more people longer at work. Although the framework is interesting and ambitious, at this time there are several pitfalls, such as one in adjusting treatment objectives to job needs and wishes, one in synchronizing the care trail of different rehabilitation centers, one in adapting work (conditions) of different employers and one on the specific needs and wishes of the target group.

Competences Thomas More University of Applied Science (www.thomasmore.be) is searching for partners who share the same aims, objectives and goals in response to regain and sustain employers and jobseekers with an acquired brain injury at work.

We are looking for Universities of Applied Sciences and/or service providers from any EU Member State with competencies, good practices or (national) projects related to integration at work (determining distance from job market, expertise with methods for reintegration road maps, matching supply and demand, job placement and/or aftercare) with a vision and willingness to contribute to augment the work opportunities for people with a disability.

Contact Dorien Vandenborre, Project Manager Mobile: +32 478 41 97 97 E-mail: dorien.vandenborre@thomasmore.be

PARTNER SEARTCH – BEACH MANAGEMENT

Dear Colleagues,

Gdańsk Sports Centre (GOS) [Poland], an organizational unit of the Municipality of the City of Gdańsk, is searching for potential partners to develop a project in the field of beach management.

Please, disseminate this information among your local and regional stakeholders.

  • Title: Beach Management,
  • Call for proposals: Erasmus+ Programme 2021-2027,
  • Partner searched: actors involved in beach management, ecology, social exclusions interested in working in an international team, exchanging experiences in beach management, ecology, social exclusions, events organization.

Potential partners can contact directly Ms. Anna Turnik-Pieciun:

Anna Turnik - Pieciun
Gdańsk Sport Centre
Mob. +48 503 316 129
mailto:anna.turnik@sportgdansk.pl

Thank you.

With regards,

Paweł Rygalski
Communication and Office Manager
POMORSKIE Regional EU Office
Rue du Luxembourg 3
1000 Bruxelles

(BE) +32 2 207 13 73
(PL) +48 58 333 45 81
Mobil +32 473 93 22 56
p.rygalski@pomorskieregion.eu

PROJECT INVITATION – BEACH MANAGEMENT

PROJECT LEADER:

Gdansk Sports Centre is responsible for creating and developing sport policies on behalf of the City of Gdańsk. We are also the administrator of the beaches in Gdańsk. We have a great potential to conduct an international project. We have implemented several EU projects:

  • Lead Partner: »Maritime Education and Sail Training for Young People – M.A.S.T« implemented under the South Baltic Cross-Border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013. Main activities: restoration of old traditional wooden ships (oldtimers), maritime education and sail training of youth through organising maritime cruises on oldtimers.
  • Lead Partner: »Respect Balticum - Sport as a common path for tolerance and respect« under the South Baltic Cross-Border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013. Main activities: promotion of regular physical activity, planning and organizing sports events and managing the web portal.
  • Lead Partner: »Baltic Pass« in South Baltic Programme seed money funds.
  • Lead Partner: »Baltic Pass – Maritime Heritage Tours« INTERREG South Baltic Programme 2014-2020. Main activities: creation and promotion of touristic product – cruises on traditional ships.
  • Lead Partner: »Active Citizens in European Cities« under Erasmus + Sport Programme. Main activities: exchange of good practise in organisation of sports activities and administration of sports facilities, creation of web portal gathering information about sports offer for the citizens.

PROJECT AIM:

The aim of the project is to increase the competences of staff and the capacity of the institution in the field of beach management, ecology, social exclusions.

TARGET GROUP:

Institutions/ staff involved in management of the beaches, people visiting beaches

PLANNED ACTIVITIES:

  • partners meetings,
  • research,
  • cooperation with institutions operating in the field of beach management, ecology, social exclusions,
  • exchange of good practices in the scope of beach management.

MAIN TOPICS OF INTEREST:

  • organization of security for lifeguards, equipment, training, etc.,
  • development of bathing areas in terms of: gastronomy, sports and recreation services, toilets, communication, advertising, cleaning, etc.,
  • accessibility for all groups like seniors, disabilities etc.,
  • organization of events on the beaches,
  • drowning prevention, safe bathing prophylaxis.

ROLE OF PARTNERS:

We are looking for:

  • actors involved in beach management, ecology, social exclusions

interested in:

  • working in an international team
  • exchanging experiences in beach management, ecology, social exclusions, events organization

OUTCOMES:

  • strengthened cooperation between institutions and organizations acting in the field of increasing the capacity of the partners institutions in the field of beach management, ecology, social exclusions,
  • increased capacity of the partners institutions in the field of beach management, ecology, social exclusions.

CONTACT:
Anna Turnik-Pieciun
Gdańsk Sports Centre
E-mail: anna.turnik@sportgdansk.pl

Partner search Future Erasmus + programme

Dear colleagues,

The Vic City Council Lifelong Learning Centre of Languages (hereinafter called the Centre) is a local public education centre part of the Vic City Council. Vic is a medium seized city covering 30,6 km with 46.214 inhabitants, and a 27,58 % of immigrant population. The Centre is interested in joining a consortium willing to apply to future Erasmus calls on young and adult education and lifelong learning opportunities at EU level. The Centre is also open to other EU opportunities addressing multilingualism and education as a tool to achieve democratic citizenship and to reinforce cohesion in EU societies.

The Centre is ready to join a consortium with other Lifelong Learning Centres of languages, Adult Education Schools and multilingual centres, Vocational and Educational Training Centres, etc. preferably placed in medium cities from multilingual European countries or bordered regions. The Centre is particularly interested in finding an entity that could lead the proposal as well as other partners that could be interested in joining the partnership.

You will find attached a file with detailed information.

We would like to know whether you are interested in participating in this programme Erasmus +, Rights Equality and Citizenship programmes.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Yours Sincerely,

Brussels Office
Barcelona Provincial Council European and International Strategy Office
International Relations Directorate Presidency Department
Av. des Arts 3-4-5
1210 Brussels

Tel. +32 (0) 2 223 3521
Fax +32 (0) 2 223 3527
E-Mail:oeei.bxl@diba.cat

SEARCH FOR PARTNERS / PROJECT PROPOSAL

Contact Information:
Ester Busquets Poblet
Anna Matavacas Roca 
Vic City Council’s Lifelong Learning Centre of Languages (Barcelona, Catalonia)
Spain
E-Mail:aula@vic.cat

Working languages:
English, French, Spanish, Catalan

Description of the City/Region/Territory:
The Vic City Council Lifelong Learning Centre of Languages (hereinafter called the Centre) is a local public education centre part of the Vic City Council. Vic is a medium seized city covering 30,6 km with 46.214 inhabitants, and a 27,58 % of immigrant population. The largest sources of employment in Vic are the industrial sector, in particular agri-food sector, as well as services and construction. This context creates an important need to offer language training opportunitties in order, not only to facilitate the access to public services, but also to learn the local language, to participate in the city life, and to improve foreign languages to develop in multilingual contexts.
The Centre offers flexible and adaptative support to study Catalan, Spanish, French, English and Italian. The Centre is also a space to learn from diversity and multilingualism in the city. Our methodology is based on solid and practical experience on the ground, combining personalized advice (273 students), different seized working groups (50 students), as well as rotation and cooperation with a remarkable role of the teachers as observers. By focusing on strengths and weaknesses, giving confidence and diminishing comparisons, we detect the optimal activities for each student in the different moments of the learning process, adapting to the various levels and rhythms of study. In 2019 the Centre received 323 local and foreign students from 16 yr. and above.

European experience and previous projects:
Vic City Council is leading the project URBACT III Healthy Cities. The City Council also received EU funding from the WIFI4EU programme, and the European Regional Development Fund for a project on touristic development connected to historical, cultural and artistic heritage. City Council's nursery schools in Vic have been also involved in cooperation programmes with equals in Reggio Emilia (Italy).

Expression of Interest

Brief description of the interest and partnership profile:
The Centre is interested in joining a consortium willing to apply to future Erasmus calls on young and adult education and lifelong learning opportunities at EU level. The Centre is also open to other EU opportunities addressing multilingualism and education as a tool to achieve democratic citizenship and to reinforce cohesion in EU societies.

The Centre is ready to join a consortium with other Lifelong Learning Centres of languages, Adult Education Schools and multilingual centres, Vocational and Educational Training Centres, etc. preferably placed in medium cities from multilingual European countries or bordered regions. The Centre is particularly interested in finding an entity that could lead the proposal as well as other partners that could be interested in joining the partnership. Brief description (Main issues, problems to be solved, needs) EU cities are increasingly multicultural and multilingual. In that sense, it is needed to reinforce the exchange and cooperation in local policies regarding intercultural awareness, intercultural dialogue and diversity, especially in regions with a wide range of migration. It is needed to diminish segregation by bringing together all the citizens in the same framework of learning and increasing their linguistic skills. In order to achieve this goal, the Centre is interested in exchanging methodologies, good practices, pedagogical tools and innovative approaches related to linguistic competences acquisition and linguistic diversity; and disseminating this knowledge among educational entities at the local and EU level. Our Centre, as a part of the public library, can offer a major access to knowledge, and promote engagement, empowerment and dialogue among citizens. In addition, the Centre is also willing to increase its networks and capacity to operate at transnational level.

Specific objectives of the project:

  • Promoting multilingual abilities and competences in order to facilitate the successful participation in an internationalized labour market, and a better understanding of multicultural societies. Training students not only the language but also to participate in civic and social life.
  • Promoting respect to all languages among the citizenship in multilingual and multicultural European societies. Migrant-receiving societies have to offer their own languages as an element of cohesion; and to maintain their cultural and linguistic heritage, while encouraging the knowledge of the languages and cultures of newcomers. Societies can be enriched by plurilingual education, promoting dialogue, recognizing all the languages, and creating positive attitudes among different linguistic and cultural groups. This is the main guarantee for social cohesion.
  • In order to achieve the objectives above mentioned, we need to support opportunities for all in acquiring and developing key competences, including the access to lifelong learning of EU and foreign languages. It is essential to offer suitable formative places where people can develop their plurilingual competences according to their background and goals, and promoting their autonomy.

Programme to be submitted to:
Erasmus+ and Rights Equality and Citizenship programmes, have several projects on this field. The Centre is also interested in post 2020 opportunities.

Partner Search - Den Abstand zwischen benachteiligten jungen Menschen und unbesetzten Arbeitsstellen verringern

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

ich freue mich Ihnen eine Suche nach Partnereinrichtungen (Erasmus+ KA2) aus der Präfektur der Region Normandie mitzuteilen.

In der Anlage finden Sie bitte alle notwendigen Informationen bei.

Sollten Sie weitere Anfragen haben, können Sie mich jeder Zeit  gerne telefonisch oder per email erreichen.

Mit freundlichen Grüssen,

Yoann CLOUET
Chargé de mission
Bureau de Bruxelles
Région Normandie
Tel : + 33 2 31 06 98 17
Handy : + 33 6 24 77 18 98

GENERAL INFORMATION

Programme 
ERASMUS + KA2

Project 
Den Abstand zwischen benachteiligten jungen Menschen und unbesetzten Arbeitsstellen verringern.

Partner search deadline
November 2020

Name of the coordinator 
Präfektur der Region Normandie - Regionaldirektion für Jugend, Sport und sozialen Zusammenhalt (DRJSCS)

Role 
Partner

Description of the organisation 
In der DRJSCS sind verschiedene staatliche Dienste zusammengeschlossen, deren gemeinsames Ziel es ist, die soziale Bindung zu stärken: Sozial-, Sport-, Jugend-, Vereinslebens- und Volksbildungspolitik.

Country 
France

Contact 
Arnaud CROCHARD
Präfektur der Region Normandie - Regionaldirektion für Jugend, Sport und sozialen Zusammenhalt (DRJSCS)
Tel.: +33 2 31 52 73 45     
E-mail: arnaud.crochard@jscs.gouv.fr

Yoann CLOUET
Policy Officer  – Representation of Normandy to the EU
E-mail: yoann.clouet@normandie.fr 

REQUESTED PARTNER DESCRIPTION

Type of organisation 
Bundesland – Regionaldienst für Jugend- / Sozial- / Volksbildungspolitik.
Wir möchten gewählte Vertreter und Jugendbetreuer miteinbeziehen

Role 
Partner

Countries
Deutschland

PROJECT

Context
In der Normandie ist die europäische und internationale Mobilität Gegenstand einer langfristig  angelegten Förderungspolitik. Dieser Ansatz wird von dem französischen Staat, von dem Regionalrat, von den Gebietskörperschaften, von öffentlichen Verwaltungseinrichtungen und von einem Netzwerk stark engagierter Vereine unterstützt. Diese Mobilitätspolitik wird von dem regionalen Ausschuss für europäische und internationale Mobilität (CoRéMob) unter dem gemeinsamen Vorsitz von Staats-und Regionalratsvertreter gesteuert. Der CoRéMob hat dem NORMANBILITE Netzwerk mit der Umsetzung eines dreijährigen Aktionsplans beauftragt. Die Koordinierung übernimmt der in Caen ansässige Verein CITIM.

Im dritten Aktionsplan 2021-2023 wird geplant, die Bedürfnisse von jungen Menschen und von den sozialpädagogischen Fachkräften, die mit ihnen arbeiten (Lehrkräfte, Ausbilder, Berater, Erzieher, Jugendarbeiter) besser zu berücksichtigen. Dabei werden die Bedürfnisse fokussiert auf Kernthemen dargelegt, wie etwa das Erwerben neuer Kompetenzen zur Entwicklung der Beschäftigungsfähigkeit und die Auseinandersetzung mit unbesetzten Arbeitsstellen auf lokaler Ebene.

Outline 
Die »strategische Partnerschaft« Pfeiler des Erasmus+ Programms fördert internationale Zusammenarbeitsprojekte, den Austausch von innovativen Erfahrungen und Methoden sowie derer Umsetzung im Bereich der schulischen Bildung, der Ausbildung und der Jugendarbeit. Unterschiedliche Initiativen können auf der Basis einer Untersuchung und nach Feststellen eines bestehendem Bedarf gefördert werden, u. a. Studien, Umfragen, internationale Begegnungen, Job-shadowing oder Ausbildungen, Ausprobieren von innovativen Methoden und Hilfsmitteln, usw.

Bestehende Partnerschaften:
SEGA Koalition: Zusammenschluss von 27 Jugendorganisationen und NGOs in Nordmazedonien, Juvenil Inter in Jerez de la Frontera, Spanien. Europäische NGO, die mit Einrichtungen in der Normandie seit 10 Jahren zusammenarbeitet. Partnerorganisation, aber auch Trägerin eines Projekts des strukturierten Dialogs zwischen jungen Menschen und Amtsträgern (KA3 Erasmus+). Daran sind auch normannische Akteure beteiligt (u. a. das Europahaus des Departements Eure).

Activities 
Die Initiative des vorliegenden strategischen Projekts zugunsten der Nutzer des Normanbilité Netzwerks geht auf den Verein Maison Pour Tous Léo Lagrange in Cherbourg-en-cotentin, den Verein Citim und die Regionaldirektion DRJSCS zurück. Die Initiatoren fassen das Ziel dieses Projekts in der Normandie wie folgt zusammen: Begleitung von benachteiligten jungen Menschen, die entfernt von der gesellschaftlichen Eingliederung sind und Begleitung der Fachkräfte, die diese jungen Menschen unterstützen, mithilfe von innovativen Studien, Methoden und Hilfsmitteln. Die zusammen entwickelten innovativen Methoden und Hilfsmittel werden in den gezielten Gebieten mithilfe der beteiligten europäischen Partner verteilt.

Duration 
Die Projektdauer beträgt 36 Monate (2021-2024). Geplant ist die Teilnahme an der Aufforderung zur Einreichung von Vorschlägen des Programms ERASMUS+ Ende April 2021. Die Umsetzung des Projekts soll im September 2021 beginnen. Ein präziserer Zeitplan soll mit den beteiligten europäischen Partnern erarbeitet werden.

Budget 
TBD

PARTNER SEARCH: Green deal 10-2 and 10-3

The Centre of Expertise in Pedagogical support at the KdG University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Belgium, Antwerp is seeking a consortium for (one of) the following Green Deal calls:

  • Behavioural, social and cultural change for the Green Deal (LC-GD-10-2-2020)
  • Enabling citizens to act on climate change, for sustainable development and environmental protection through education, citizen science, observation initiatives, and civic engagement(LC-GD-10-3-2020)

Context:
In the past years, the Centre of Expertise conducted action research to understand what is needed to implement SdG's in Early Childhood Centres. The Centre is also conducting research connected with separate sdg’s: on green spaces in childcare settings, on decent work in childcare settings by exploring how shortly educated practitioners experience their jobs. And this year, we are working on a project on how to organize transitions in Early Childhood Settings in an inclusive way, addressing all staff members as well as the families who make use of the childcare.

Philosophical frameworks:
The Centre adheres to Care Ethics, considering care for one another and for one’s environment as a key element in a democratic society, and with a stress on the interconnected nature of the care-giver and the care-receiver as a starting point (Tronto, 2009).

Data gathering and analysis:
The centre uses participatory methods to gather and analyse data. Practitioners gather data along with the researcher, for instance by interviewing parents, organizing focus groups with parents, taking part in photo-voice inquiry and by pedagogic documentation of their practice. We try to capture children’s experiences in similar ways, taking care of their agency. We experiment with co-analysis

of these data. Making complex matters tangible for all participants, is an important concern in these processes.

Results:
Our results range from policy recommendations over action frameworks to a practical guide to work on sdg’s as a childcare centre.

With respect to the call Behavioural, social and cultural change for the Green Deal (LC-GD-10-2-2020) we would like to:

  • experiment with childcare settings as possible loci of behavioural change; as they are able to reach out to families, other organizations and neighbourhoods while at the same time counting on a, largely female, workforce with low salaries and low social status;
  • elaborate on our understanding of the ways shortly educated staff members look at sustainable development and how issues such as gender, power and inequality relate to this look and to possible behavioural change.

Regarding Enabling citizens to act on climate change, for sustainable development and environmental protection through education, citizen science, observation initiatives, and civic engagement(LC-GD-10-3-2020) we would like to

  • further explore what sustainable development can mean for children younger than 3;
  • investigate how exchange Early Childhood practitioners can gain strength in working on sustainable development with the youngest children by collaborating with schools.

Centre Of Expertise:
The Centre of Expertise in Pedagogical Support conducts practice-oriented research for and with professionals working with children under 12 years of age.

Following competences are relevant to the calls:

  • Extensive experience with practice-oriented research for stakeholders in the field of Early Childhood Education and Care, After School Care and Leisure Time facilities.-Strong network in local organisations working with a diverse public of children (schools, childcare, leisure time and cultural activities, reception centers) and willing to participate in pilots and action research.
  • Extensive experience in mixed -methods research, including experiential research with children, action research, evaluation research, research by design, as well as narratological analysis.
  • Extensive experience in coaching methods for professionals working with young children, including coaching on the floor, coaching of low-skilled professionals.Experience in developing hands-on tools, such as a practical guide on how to introduce Education for Sustainability in Early Childhood Centres, and the INDYGAME, a playful method to discuss intercultural awareness.-Experience with creating digital learning platforms.

The centre is currently involved in several EU projects:

  • Two social innovation projects in the Interreg 2seas Programme: PACE (Providing Access to Childcare and Employment) and VRAC (It takes a Village to Raise A Child)
  • One Erasmus + (Value+ project on the principle of Educare).
  • The centre is also member of a COST action on parental participation and co-presiding the national preparatory committee of OMEP.

Contact:
Dietlinde Willockx, Head of the Centre of Expertise of Pedagogical Support KdG University of Applied Sciene and Arts +32 3 613 15 28 or +32 483 03 80 53 dietlinde.willockx@kdg.be.

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