The first pilot training of the In2C project carried out in Spain

In2C Noticia Formacion WP4Last week, the Cantabria Construction Labor Foundation and DOCUMENTA carried out the first pilot training of the In2C project "Integration of Third Country Nationals in the Construction sector" at the FLC Training Center (Barreda) to a group of NTPs participating in the Red Cross program.

Throughout four days, the participating TCNs were able to carry out training in Health and Safety (Prevention of Occupational Risks), Labour Legislation and the Labour Market, and also learned about the different online tools that the project has designed to improve the competencies of TCNs interested in working in the Construction Sector: Terminological Glossary, Technical Vocabulary based on images, E-Platform and SOnAT.

The training was received with great interest by the participants, who took advantage of these days to improve their knowledge and skills in the Construction Sector, as well as to learn about the European In2C project.

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FENCE, newsletter 2

FENCE 2 enDo you want to keep up to date with FENCE project progress? Discover the latest news about the project in newsletter number 2:

  • The first result: The Review Paper
  • The FENCE Curriculum
  • Next steps

Presentation of the In2C project at the facilities of the CLF of Cantabria

In2C PresentacionFLCLast November 11th, the Cantabria Construction Labor Foundation and DOCUMENTA presented the In2C project, "Integration of Third Country Nationals in the Construction Sector", in the facilities that the CLF has in Maliaño.

The presentation of the project was carried out by José Antonio Válcarcel, manager of the Foundation, and Javier Farto, president of DOCUMENTA, who explained the objectives of the project and the different work packages such as training in Labor Legislation and Health and Safety at Work or applications developed in the project (Technical Vocabulary or the SOnAT). The event was welcomed with great interest by the attendees, most of them TCNs interested in working in the Construction Sector.

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FENCE project: The Review Paper

FENCE ReviewPaperThe Review Paper, presents the analysis and evaluation on gender equality and fight against gender bias. The paper arises from the research on training and learning needs in adult education in this topic within the organisations.

The methods and tools used for the review are interviews with experts, desk research, focus groups and online surveys.

The results of the review are depicted in a description of the situation in FENCE partner countries. This includes a general framework, the training methodological models regarding gender equality, an analysis of the learning needs, the profile of trainees in gender equality and the analysis and assessment of the existing learning environments. The research also provides a collection of 12 best practices, a section of conclusions, and literature and resources.

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