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Sábado 16 de febrero de 2019
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General Organisation of Programme activities
 

C1. General Organisation

The institution is structured in departments. The mobility Erasmus programme is managed by the principal director toguether with the language teacher and the director of studies' support. They will be in charge of the organization and mobility of the students to other countries and they will receive the foreigner students to our institution (lodgement, food, credits system and practise in companies). All communications will be done by means of e-mail or telephone. The rest of the staff will teach the catering industry, will follow the attendance and evaluate the students.

C2. Fundamental Principles

Respect in full the principles of non-discrimination set out in the Programme and ensure equal access and opportunities to mobile participants from all backgrounds.

Ensure full recognition for satisfactorily completed activities of study mobility and, where possible, traineeships in terms of credits awarded (ECTS or compatible system.). Ensure the inclusion of satisfactorily completed study and/or traineeship mobility activities in the final record of student achievements (Diploma Supplement or equivalent).

ECTS credits are based on the workload students need in order to achieve expected learning out-comes. They relate to level descriptors in national and European qualifications frameworks.

Workload indicates the time students typically need to complete all learning activities ( lectures, seminars, projects, practical work, self-study and examinations) required to achieve the expecting learning outcomes.

60 ECTS credits are attached to the workload of a fulltime year of formal learning (one academic year) and the associated learning outcomes. It corresponds to 1.000 hours by year, and 30 hours of work weekly.

Credits are allocated to entire qualifications or study programmes as well as to their educational components. They are awarded to individual students on full-time or part-time. And they awarded in one programme may be transferred.

Charge no fees, in the case of credit mobility, to incoming mobile students for tuition, registration, examinations or access to laboratory and library facilities.


C3. When Participating in Mobility Activities - Before mobility

Publish and regularly update the course catalogue on the website of the Institution well in advance of the  mobility periods, so as to be transparent to all parties and allow mobile students to make well-informed choices about the courses they will follow.

Provide guidance to incoming mobile participants in finding accommodation.

The course taught at our institution is MANAGEMENT IN COOKING. It is taught in Spanish.

Carry out mobility only within the framework of prior agreements between institutions. These agreements establish the respective roles and responsibilities of the different parties, as well as their commitment to shared quality criteria in the selection, preparation, reception and integration of mobile participants.

The institutional procedure for the approval and monitoring agreements for study and teaching mobility and learning agreements in case of traineeships, is monitored by the goverment in education in Andalusia. All procedures for these agreements have been prepared by them and our institution makes the decision about the participation in this project.

Ensure that outgoing mobile participants are well prepared for the mobility, including having attained the necessary level of linguistic proficiency.

All our students receive English language lessons during the course. No special courses are attended in case they participate in a mobility programm.

Ensure that student and staff mobility for education or training purposes is based on a learning agreement for students and a mobility agreement for staff validated in advance between the home and host institutions or enterprises and the mobile participants.

Provide assistance related to obtaining visas, when required, for incoming and outgoing mobile participants.

Provide assistance related to obtaining insurance, when required, for incoming and outgoing mobile participants.

C4. When Participating in Mobility Activities - During Mobility

Ensure equal academic treatment and services for home students and staff and incoming mobile participants.

Integrate incoming mobile participants into the Institution’s everyday life.

Have in place appropriate mentoring and support arrangements for mobile participants.

Each student will have a mentor teacher who follows him/her in the mobility program, their studies and their traineeships.

If a traineeships is done, an agreement between our school and the company will be done. It will be signed by both the director and the representative of the company.

There will be a responsible for the lodgement and all the documents that they could need.

There is a student residences near our school where staff and students could lodge there.

Provide appropriate linguistic support to incoming mobile participants.

In case any student or staff would need any help with languages, they could receive support to look for a place to improve them. We no have any extra languages classes. They will pay for all the cost of these lessons in a languages school in the village.

C5. When Participating in Mobility Activities - After Mobility

Accept all activities indicated in the learning agreement as counting towards the degree, provided these have been satisfactorily completed by the mobile students.

Provide incoming mobile participants and their home institutions with transcripts containing a full, accurate and timely record of their achievements at the end of their mobility period.

Students will have a mentor to follow their studies achiviements and traineeships. They will have a weekly meeting with him/her in the institution and if they develope training in a enterprise, the student will receive the visit of the mentor once a month to follow their learning process.

The school sign agreements with the enterprises to support the students and the students must carry a book to register all their traineeship.

Support the reintegration of mobile participants and give them the opportunity, upon return, to build on their experiences for the benefit of the Institution and their peers.

Ensure that staff are given recognition for their teaching and training activities undertaken during the mobility period, based on a mobility agreement.

The staff mobility is supported by The goverment of Andalusia . Teachers are offered projects in other countries to teach and to follow the traineeships, so that they must be trained in languages capacities. Also they can be offered some teaching courses inside Comenius project.

 

C6. When Participating in European and International Cooperation Projects

Ensure that cooperation leads to sustainable and balanced outcomes for all partners.

Provide relevant support to staff and students participating in these activities.

International and European co-operative activities, student and staff mobility play

a key role in our institution and for the goverment of Andalusia. The goverment will provide measures to support, promote and recognise the participation.

The goverment undertakes student and staff mobility programmes with some european countries. They organize the mobility program and help our institution to follow it.

Exploit the results of the projects in a way that will maximise their impact on individuals and participating institutions and encourage peer learning with the wider academic community.

C7. For the Purposes of Visibility

Display the Charter and the related Erasmus Policy Statement prominently on the Institution's website.

Promote consistently activities supported by the Programme, along with their results.