Project JEB is an institutional initiative – duration three years – financed by ODA funds (Official Development Assistance) provided by the Italian Cooperation and based on an agreement between ELIS and DOLISA. The project involves the carrying out of traditional training activities – updated to the most advanced criteria on the matter – such as the revision of school curricula; training of trainers; the supervision of the training courses. There will also support and training activities for the benefit of the institutions operating in the field of education / provincial labor system (school boards; DOLISA, MOLISA, etc .; personnel of employment offices, etc.).
The project also includes minor support for the improvement of school facilities and educational facilities.
The qualifying part of the project derives from the adoption of a very innovative training method based on the creation and management of direct relations between training centers and industrial enterprises, in order to allow in early orient training activities to the real needs of companies, thus promoting the access of young people trained to work.
Creating closer links between schools and enterprises, as well as allowing adequate “orientation” of the training courses, will allow trainees to carry out training periods (stages) at the Companies themselves.Finally, the performance of the project will develop a training model that is expected to be sustainable and therefore replicable in other contexts of the country
The project is aimed at the following three training centers of the Province of Bac Ninh:
- Technical Vocational College of economics and technology of Bac Ninh
- Technical Vocational College electromechanical and construction of the Bac Ninh Province
- Vocational Training and Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Bac Ninh
and, in particular, it will cover the last two years of the five that make up the whole educational cycle, limited to the following areas: ICT (information and communication technologies); mechanics; electromechanical – industrial electronics; renewable energies. As for the Disabled College, the training activities: the clothing-weaving industries, embroidery and handicrafts. It will be about
- 1080 students who are trained and trained for work during the three-year duration of the project; and also:
- 260 trainers and school officials trained
- 3,800 students of the three colleges who will benefit from new training types and new services
In addition to the issue of disability, the project will address, in educational terms, specific issues concerning the world of women and youth in difficulties.