CEPER Cehel is a permanent training center in the Andalusian region. They have won recognition in the provincial-regional level (“Antonio Domínguez”) and national (Contraviesa and Sierra Nevada) Migration Award and received an acknowledgment by Miguel Hernández and the University of Granada at the 4th Migration Conference.
60% of students are immigrants who need to learn a second language. Currently, C.E.P.E.R. organizes adult courses aimed at obtaining the basic qualifications; Teaching then develops at a secondary level and with training plans to promote active citizenship.
The activities also focuses on curriculum, methodological strategies and C.E.PER. Cehel has developed and co-ordinated primary adult education activities that use new technologies, or innovative learning activities in adult learning literacy.
Spanish language programs are available for adults with difficulty in integration and low level educational background. C.E.P.E.R. realizes adult education programs for the transfer of democratic, social and cultural principles, and, within the framework of the Grundtvig projects, lifelong learning programs, education (innovative training) and working life (with other institutions). C.E.P.E.R Cehel collaborated on the “Rural Project” (European Commission) and the 2007 Social Responsibility Report.
Juan Cristóbal Ruiz González
The Foundation for Women and Welfare is engaged in matters of social importance such as first and second line health care, voluntary work, education, and reintegration, Mediation & Life coaching.
Through training, courses and theme days we share our knowledge about social issues that affect ethnic groups. We also fulfill an advisory role for professionals to apply the acquired knowledge in practice.
The Foundation for Women and Welfare has an interesting training offer for policy staff, professionals and volunteers who work in the field of care & welfare. We offer training throughout the year.
In addition to knowledge transfer, we also organize activities and projects for groups of different ages and backgrounds.
We guide the implementation of projects and activities using volunteers.
The projects and activities relate to meetings, Dutch language classes, recreation, sport, art, culture and / or citizenship.
Our projects and activities have the following objectives:
• Promoting the emancipation and participation of vulnerable groups in Dutch society;
• Women and children must be fully part of society in all forms.
• Increase the self-reliance and labor market position of vulnerable groups.
Throughout all of our interventions whether with private clients or professionals in the field we emphasize the need for improving language skills and help building bridges. All to the final purpose of having the private person integrate as as fast as possible and find their way and place in Dutch Society.
BURGED is an organisation which nurtures and coaches individuals and organisations who have no previous experience in social entrepreneurism, social innovation, opportunities in education and European projects. Burged coaches in disadvantaged communities, marginalized communities and support those who seek to make a difference with their work and quality of education. Burged is focused on reducing dependency on the state, on enabling disadvantaged individuals, disadvantaged communities to develop and successfully deliver their own solutions to unemployment, poverty, marginalization,social exclusion and deprivation.
Burged is working with Local public bodies, Municipalities about many educational issues, social duties and responsibilities to reach all related stakeholders and make them aware.
– networking platforms for community organisations, to increase young people’s understanding of global issues, and their access to international projects
– cooperation with Universities to make education strong and innovative.
– providing in-service trainings such as PCM,IT,English Speaking Sessions.
Veli Cihad Elyak
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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