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a) Please describe briefly your institution's strategy, objectives and priorities for its Erasmus activities ( mobility, multilateral projects and thematic networks, etc. ) and any other actions in the context of the Lifelong Learning Programme ( 2007-2013 ).
b) Please also provide information on the following points:
What specific actions are planned to give visibility to Erasmus activities and what type of publicity will be given to the Erasmus University Charter and the EPS?
What kind of arrangements, if any, does the Institution ensure to comply with non discrimination objectives (e.g. actions related to gender equality, integration of disabled students and staff, enhancement of social and economic cohesion and combating of xenophobia and racism? - box allows maximum 3.000 characters
The strategy for the participation of Higher Vocational State School in Wloclawek in the Socrates-Erasmus Programme in the years 2007-2013 involves establishing cooperation with new partners, including schools in the countries which became EU members on 1st January 2007. The school intends to expand its activities concerning student, academic teacher and other staff exchange, which will enable the school to become part of the European educational area. Another priority relating to the Socrates-Erasmus Programme is concerned with our students' internship and professional training abroad. To accomplish this, Higher Vocational State School in Wloclawek will maintain cooperation with institutions and companies in various European countries that it has already established links with. The school will also attempt to establish cooperation with new partners. The school intends to organize both short holiday student training sessions and longer half-year and one-year professional internship and training sessions. This will help the school to achieve the objective to assist students in entering the labour market and planning their professional development. The completion of tasks related to the expansion of student and teacher exchange as well as student professional training abroad will proceed gradually and will be based on the already acquired experience and on further participation in the programme. Since many of the academic teachers employed by the school are experienced in international cooperation projects, the school is going to participate in multilateral projects and thematic networks. Higher Vocational State School in Wloclawek offers postgraduate studies and takes part in the University of the Third Age project initiated by the municipal authorities. Therefore, another priority of the school is to engage in lifelong learning programmes, in particular in linguistic projects for adults and professionals. In the future, the school will continue to publicize its activities within the Socrates-Erasmus Programme in the local media, i.e. television, radio, press, and its own website. All the publications associated with the programme, including publicity materials, will be marked with its logo and name. The Erasmus Charter and the Erasmus Policy Statement will be displayed on the boards devoted to international cooperation and the Socrates-Erasmus Programme and on the school website. The school also intends to promote the programme by means of organizing Erasmus Days with the participation of the Socrates National Agency representatives, student and teacher participants of the programme as well as foreign students visiting Higher Vocational State School in Wloclawek within the framework of the programme. All the incoming programme beneficiaries, including disabled ones, will be encouraged to engage in the school activities in order to facilitate their integration with the local community and to promote social and cultural cohesion. As all the buildings belonging to Higher Vocational State School in Wloclawek have facilities for disabled people, the handicapped can fully participate in all sorts of activities in the school. The school enables the visiting students to integrate with the student community by means of offering accommodation in the school hall of residence.
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What kind of specific measures are implemented in the institution to ensure high quality in academic mobility activities?
Details should be provided on recognition and credit systems, the provision of information on curricula, information and counseling of outgoing students, tutoring and integration of incoming students, provision of student services ( in particular accommodation ), preparatory and refresher language courses, support and acknowledgement of staff mobility. - box allows maximum 2.000 characters
In the academic year 2006/2007 Higher Vocational State School in Wloclawek carries out the project based on the grant for the introduction of ECTS system in the field of study of management and marketing. In the academic year 2007/2008 the ECTS system will be implemented in all the fields of study and specialities. The school curricula are available from the Institute offices and its website. The curricula include the description of the fields of study and specialities, the description of qualifications of graduates, and schedules for particular subjects. To ensure the high quality of student and teacher exchange the school prepares a full information package for students and academic staff. The package contains, among others, the following: (1) For Socrates-Erasmus incoming students and academic teachers: accommodation and assistance in board organization; a course in Polish for those interested; leaflets and brochures in English providing information about the school, its location, fields of study, student organizations, library, etc.; information about the town, its location, free time activities; the programme coordinator's meetings with exchange participants; participation in the academic life and sports and team-building events, e.g. Erasmus Day; involvement of former Erasmus participants in integrating the student community, including student organizations (organization of trips); assistance in solving problems and inconveniences. (2) For Socrates-Erasmus outgoing students and academic teachers: organization of information meetings; preparation of information package about the school, the school town and country; assistance in the arrangement of curricula; information about free time activities; organization of additional language courses for outgoing students; assistance in travel arrangements: air tickets, accommodation, insurance. To achieve a high standard of services and monitor it, the school will request incoming students and teachers to complete a survey questionnaire containing open questions related to the services.
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Quality of student placement activities:
What kind of specific measures are implemented to ensure high quality in student placements? Give details on how the work-programme and the placement agreements are prepared and implemented. Please describe the practical arrangements agreed between the parties. Please specify also the monitoring and evaluation of the placement(s) period as well as its recognition in the curriculum. - box allows maximum 2.000 characters
One of the priorities of Higher Vocational State School in Wloclawek concerning the Socrates-Erasmus Programme is student training and internship abroad. The school intends to carry out this part of the programme on its own, without the assistance of any intermediaries. The school is going to develop cooperation established while preparing an application within the Leonardo da Vinci Programme and to seek new partners among companies and institutions. Project partners will be requested to send letters of intent to Higher Vocational State School in Wloclawek in order to ensure the feasibility of the project and student enrolment. The student training and internship programme will cover both those students who have to undergo obligatory training specified in the curriculum and those who do not have to undergo training, but who, nevertheless, want to acquire professional experience through training. The school will cooperate with the project partners in setting the terms and conditions of training, i.e. the period of training, responsibility, accommodation, insurance, potential pay, and extra bonuses (e.g. free meals in the company canteen, free transport, social and sports programme). Also, the language for the practice will be determined. The school will participate in the arrangement of contracts between students and foreign partners. Careers Office and Student Training Office will cooperate with International Cooperation Office in this part of the Socrates-Erasmus Programme. The above-mentioned sections will be responsible for finding new partners and development of cooperation, travel, accommodation and insurance arrangements, and solving any problems emerging during student training and internship sessions. The sections will also monitor the course of training by means of staying in contact with the student and the training supervisor in the partner institution. Monitoring will be concerned above all with the formal conditions and the range of tasks performed by the student. Student Training Office will ensure that the scope of training complies with the specifications of the curriculum in the case of obligatory training. All the students concerned will be notified of the possibility of applying for a certificate confirming their training and internship (Europass).

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