Projects in realisation

WOT

WOT – Work-based Entrepreneurship Training for People with Disabilities
Duration: 01.12.2016 – 31.05.2019
Founding from the Programme: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2016-1- PL01-KA202- 026055
Project description:

Inclusive entrepreneurship is a concept of inclusion of disadvantaged social groups
on labour market, such as women, minorities or people with physical disability
(PWD). This inclusion is based on the use of competences and skills of those people
to help them reach their goals, mostly business, among others – to start their own
business.

Inclusive entrepreneurship is the opposite of social exclusion, hence the great
importance of projects supporting the development of this concept.
The main aim of WOT project is to promote inclusive entrepreneurship, with respect
to PWD, by developing a methodology based on job shadowing, mentoring and
coaching. The project is dedicated for PWD willing to become entrepreneurs or free
lancers, as well as for entrepreneurs and freelancers without a disability who could
act as mentors.

In this project, Partners plan to:

  • Develop the guide in the field of inclusive entrepreneurship development for
    mentors of PWD,
  • Prepare the e-learning course for mentors of PWD,
  • Develop the guide in the field of developing own business for PWD,
  • Prepare the e-learning course for PWD in this field.

Partners:

  • Centre for Education and Entrepreneurship Support – Rzeszów, Poland (coordinator)
  • Business and Development Center-Centrum Rozwoju Biznesu LCC – Rzeszów,
    Poland
  • Societa’ Cooperativa A.Fo.Ri.S.Ma.-ACLI Formazione Ricerca Servizi Management –
    Pisa, Italy
  • Fundacion Docete Omnes – La Zubia, Granada, Spain
  • Association pour le Développement de la Pédagogie de l’Individualisation – Paris,
    France

Changing lives. Opening minds

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute
an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the
Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information
contained therein.

RECAR

RECAR – Casebook for Career Counsellors for people with disabilities
Duration: 01.09.2017 – 31.08.2017
Founding from the Programme: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2014-1- FR01-KA204- 008548
Project description:

This project wants to increase the efficacy of career counselling delivered to people with
disabilities by developing a casebook addressed to career counsellors working with them, and
a set of additional tools to ease and spread its use. These will be two E-courses, one targeted
to career counsellors and the other one to trainers of career counsellors. For developing the
Casebook, every partner will collect and describe a number of case studies of career
counselling.

The Casebook will confront learners with a set of questions: are there some recognizable,
“generalizable” challenges in people with disabilities? What are and how to better overcome
the barriers to the labour market and to education and training? Are there strategies that seem
more effective and competences that are helpful? How can we better motivate and accompany
people in mobility situations and in adaptation techniques through a personal guiding process
that understands the condition of disability?

Partners:

  • Association pour le Développement de la Pédagogie de l’Individualisation – Paris, France
  • Business and Development Center-Centrum Rozwoju Biznesu sp. z o.o. – Rzeszów, Poland
  • Societa’ Cooperativa A.Fo.Ri.S.Ma.-ACLI Formazione Ricerca Servizi Management – Piza,
    Italy
  • Fundacion Docete Omnes – La Zubia, Granada, Spain
  • Dia-Sport Association, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Actíva, Sweden

Strona projektu: www.recar.info

Changing lives. Opening minds

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute
an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the
Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information
contained therein.