Sequa gGmbH
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The objective of sequa’s mobility programme is the improvement and internationalisation of vocational education within Europe. It supports the mobility of trainees and professionals in vocational education. Throughout the project duration from 2018 to 2020, the project offers more than 1000 slots for trainees and VET professionals.

sequa, as the lead applicant, is responsible for the financial controlling and the coordination and steering of the programme in close cooperation with the partners. These are mostly chambers and associations.

sequa’s commitment to support vocational mobility began already in its founding year. From 1991 to 2017 sequa has carried out more than 2,600 mobility measures for apprentices, journeymen and professionals in the TVET sector. Since 2012, sequa’s programme comprises of three programme segments:

SINDBAD and TRANSDUAL
The target group for the mobility programme segments SINDBAD and TRANSDUAL are trainees and young professionals. SINDBAD supports study trips for apprentices of all professions; the study trips are mostly group activities of three to four weeks. The programme segment TRANSDUAL addresses trainees in commercial occupations and supports business language and skills training in France, the UK or Spain. SINDBAD and TRANSDUAL allow the participants to learn new techniques within their occupations in the host country, to increase their language skills and intercultural competences and thus, improve their competitiveness. Through the development of professional, methodical, and social competencies of the participants the programme segments make a small contribution to the fight against youth unemployment in Europe

Since 2012, sequa offers additionally a programme segment for professionals in vocational education of the consortium partners.

Move-it (mobility of vocational educational institutions and trainers) enables individual professionals in vocational education to exchange work experiences and techniques with other professionals abroad. The designs of the study trips can vary significantly, according to the needs, and give the participants the opportunity to get insights about European VET structures, to increase their language and intercultural competencies and to develop a European network. Teachers and trainers can use their learning experiences abroad to enhance their teaching and the development of new training concepts. Furthermore, they can motivate their apprentices to become more open to working opportunities abroad.

Für weitere Informationen kontaktieren Sie bitte sabine.schacknat@sequa.de oder unter Tel. +49 (0) 228 98238-35.

224 Ecuador comundus

comundus GmbH is a provider of enterprise portals and IT solutions for medium-sized companies and public institutions based on open source products.

Within a develoPPP.de project, funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) via sequa, which began in December 2017, comundus wants to develop and implement in Ecuador a qualification program for sustainability managers for tourism professionals and employees of local governmental destination agencies in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism of Ecuador.

225 Oel Hydrauliker

Oel-Hydrauliker GmbH works in the field of mobile and stationary hydraulics.

Within a develoPPP.de project, funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) via sequa, which began in January 2018, Oel-Hydrauliker GmbH plans to improve the deficits existing in waste management logistics in the Jordanian Greater Zarqa Municipality.

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The export of horticultural products (cut flowers, fruits, vegetables) is of high importance for the economic development of Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Horticulture Producer Exporters Association (EHPEA) represents over a hundred farms/companies from the sector. Since 2015 EHPEA has been supported by the Import Promotion Desk (IPD) of sequa in individual activities that help strengthen their members’ trade relations to the European market, e.g. support in the organisation of trade fairs and export-oriented workshops.

To enable a more comprehensive promotion of EHPEA as interest representative and service-provider of the horticultural sector IPD has also facilitated a German BMZ partnership with EHPEA.

745 PK GIZ

From December 2017 to October 2019 sequa supports the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in integrating the private sector into Pakistan's vocational training system. To achieve this, business membership organisations should be actively involved in the implementation of training and further education at both national and provincial level.

The current GIZ project to support vocational training reform aims at enabling young people to acquire vocational skills and improve their employability.

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