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Dissemination Meeting

1° Transnational Project Meeting Perugia (Italy) _ 11 December 2019

9.00 am. Registration of participants.

9.30 am.  Welcome Introductory greetings

Dr Fabio Madera, representing Ecipa Umbria Lead Partner, greets the Representatives of the Partners who attended Perugia for the Kick-off Meeting to start the SVoVE project. He thanks for the availability and collaboration of the partnership in the implementation of the work-program. Dr. Marina Gasparri of CNA Umbria spoke, reiterating the topicality of the objectives and the value of the results expected from the project. For the Region of Umbria, Associate Partner, Dr. Collesi of the Arpal Agency, responsible for the certification of skills and professional standards, intervenes by expressing interest in the project that starts a study path of a professional training standard in “social aesthetics”. Dr. Laura Grilli of CEPEC, Associated Partner, affirms the need for a “European training standard for social aesthetics”.

10.30 am. Project  Presentation.

The various descriptive sections that make up the project are presented through illustrative slides with a focus on:
– Partnership, general and specific objectives, and expected results at the end of the project.
– Work program of the activities: Management and internal communication within the partnership, verification tests and monitoring tools, n.3 transnational administrative management meetings, n.3 Multi-Lab_Joint Staff Transnational Training Events. Promotion plan and tools and external dissemination. -Presentation of the “Logo” to be used in all internal documentation material and external promotion and communication of the project. The logo will be available to Partners within Google Drive.

11.00 am. Visit to the Ecipa Umbria Training Center

With the collaboration and guidance of the teachers of the aesthetics courses that led the participants to the meeting in the classrooms and training laboratories. the methods of applied teaching and the technical equipment available to the students of the courses were illustrated.

11.30 am. Partener Presentation.

Each Representative of the partner delegations presented the organization they belong to and the operational experiences in the sectors of reference and in the territory of national competence. The slides and photographic and audio-visual material were used to express the reasons for joining the project and the expectations regarding the objectives and expected results. Particular interest for the Follow-up and the “Recommendations” for future sustainability. At the end, Dr. Chiacchella from Ecipa delivered the Attendance Certificates to those present.

1.30 pm. Lunch break

2.30 pm. Afternoon Session

1) Illustration of the budget and the methods of managing the contribution assigned to each partner, specifying the macro areas of expenditure present in the financial framework.
Comparison session with the partners on questions concerning the management procedures, the different types of expenditure and the related reporting documentation that will be requested by the Lead partner during the Progress and the Final Report.
Definition of the calendar of management meetings:
-2nd Intermediate TPM in Romania between 16 and 20 November
2020 Leading Partner: CNMRNC
-3rd TPM Final to be decided.

2) Definition of the schedule of Multi-Lab training activities:
1st Multi-Lab in Paris 16-20 March 2020 (excluding travel) Leading Partner: CNAIB
2nd Multi-Lab in Helsinky 7-11 September 2020 (Excluding travel) Leading Partner: DIAKONIA
3rd Multi-Lab in Athens 19-23 April 2021 (excluding travel) Leading Partner: OSEDAE.

3) Definition of the preparatory activities:
– promotion and dissemination activities to be carried out locally through press releases and conferences with private stakeholders and public institutions
– information and selection activities for participants in transnational training events (Multi-Lab). Illustration of the characteristics of the Target Group of the participants.

4) Definition of the Communication Plan for the INTERNAL flow through the partnership. Communication TOOLS:
– the Google Drive shared folder, each partner will have to provide a connected e-mail to access the folder and upload documents (eg presentation at the Kick-off meeting). All the documentation material for the project will be collected in the partnership folder for internal use, which will then be used for dissemination.
– the e-mail address of the named contact person, activation if deemed useful of what’up group and skype conference in need
– the Erasmus Platform Mobility Tool – institutional administrative management tool by the Lead Partner and in “read only” mode for partners.

5) Definition of the Plan for the promotion and EXTERNAL dissemination of the project to be implemented through the following tools:
– Website dedicated to the project realized by the Lead Partner
– Institutional sites of partner organizations
– Press releases, articles and press interviews and radio-TV, Social Net-work by the Partners.
– local promotion events and conferences and presentation meetings by the Partners.
– Erasmus + Dissemination Platform by the Lead Partner and in “read only” mode for partners.

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Meeting

Learning, teaching or training activities

C1 _ 1st MULTI-LAB _ Short-term joint staff training event

Objective: To facilitate participation, dialogue, multi-disciplinary and inter-sectorial comparison, to start and develop an efficient and effective exchange of experiences, skills, information and good practices, to set up working Groups (équipe) and to start the experience workshop. Definition of the structure and objectives of the common methodological Guidelines of the training course of “Expert in social aesthetics”.

Type of participants: managers, technical-administrative staff, coordinators, professors, trainers and other expert operators active in the sectors of reference (aesthetic, psychological-social, medical, social-assistance) The participants were selected in the preparatory phase of the project based on the their motivations, functions, experiences, knowledge, in particular the knowledge of written and spoken English (level B1).

Methodological and procedural lines. The LAB will be carried out based on an integrated approach between Coaching Team Building principles and processes through the application of Metaplan techniques, a technique aimed at optimizing the communication process within work groups, to activate participation processes and explore new perspectives. Each work group can be formed by a min. of 5 to a max. of 10 participants.
The division into groups is functional to three variables: x = country of origin, y = role / function, z = sector. In this first experience for each group the x remains fixed in such a way that each group participates in people of equal geographical origin, but active in different sectors and with different roles.
During the course of the LAB there are many moments of pause and relaxation, but of short duration. The intense work sessions of the groups will be followed by non-formal demonstrative and experiential activities. The moments of guided discussion and participatory training will be coordinated through solicitation inputs to be answered individually by writing on colored cards which will then be collected and arranged in special discussion schemes prepared by the coordinators themselves. The discussion will then be animated and self-regulated by reflection on the answers. This and other specific group management techniques will be alternated with moments of interpersonal relationship and standard training.

Leading Organisation _ CNAIB-SPA

Duration (days) _ 5 (excluding round trips)

Total participants expected n. 45

Country of Venue _ FRANCE Starting Period _ March 2020

C2 _ 2nd MULTI-LAB _ Short-term joint staff training event

Objective: To facilitate participation, dialogue, multi-disciplinary and inter-sectorial comparison, to start and develop an efficient and effective exchange of experiences, skills, information and good practices, to set up working Groups (équipe) and to start the experience workshop. Definition of the strategies and indicators of the common methodological Guidelines of the training course of “Expert in social aesthetics”.

Type of participants: managers, technical-administrative staff, coordinators, professors, trainers and other expert operators active in the sectors of reference (aesthetic, psychological-social, medical, social-assistance) The participants were selected in the preparatory phase of the project based on the their motivations, functions, experiences, knowledge, in particular the knowledge of written and spoken English (level B1).

Methodological and procedural lines.  The LAB will be carried out based on an integrated approach between Coaching Team Building principles and processes through the application of Metaplan techniques, a technique aimed at optimizing the communication process within work groups, to activate participation processes and exploring new perspectives. Each work group can be formed by a min. of 5 to a max. of 10 participants (total expected participants: 40-50).
The subdivision into groups is functional to three variables: x = Country of origin, y = role / function, z = sector. In this second experience, for each group, the y remains fixed so that each group has people with the same role / function (eg managers / managers or teachers / trainers or technicians / experts, etc.) but with different geographical origin and active in different sectors. During the course of the LAB there are many moments of pause and relaxation, but of short duration. The intense work sessions of the groups will be followed by non-formal demonstrative and experiential activities. The moments of guided discussion and participatory training will be coordinated through solicitation inputs to be answered individually by writing on colored cards which will then be collected and arranged in special discussion schemes prepared by the coordinators themselves. The discussion will then be animated and self-regulated by reflection on the answers. This and other specific group management techniques will be alternated with moments of interpersonal relationship and standard training.

Leading Organisation _ SUOMEN DIAKONIAOPISTO SDO OY

Duration (days) _ 5 (excluding round trips)

Total participants expected n. 45

Country of Venue _ FINLAND Starting Period _ September 2020

C3 _ 3nd MULTI-LAB _ Short-term joint staff training event

Objective: To facilitate participation, dialogue, multi-disciplinary and inter-sectorial comparison, to start and develop an efficient and effective exchange of experiences, skills, information and good practices, to set up working Groups (équipe) and to start the experience workshop. Definition of the common methodological Guidelines of the training course of “Expert in social aesthetics” (version 1)

Type of participants: managers, technical-administrative staff, coordinators, professors, trainers and other expert operators active in the sectors of reference (aesthetic, psychological-social, medical, social-assistance) The participants were selected in the preparatory phase of the project based on the their motivations, functions, experiences, knowledge, in particular the knowledge of written and spoken English (level B1).

Methodological and procedural lines. The LAB will be carried out based on an integrated approach between Coaching Team Building principles and processes through the application of Metaplan techniques, a technique aimed at optimizing the communication process within work groups, to activate participation processes and explore new perspectives. Each work group can be formed by a min. of 5 to a max. of 10 participants (total participants expected: 45-50)
The division into groups is functional to three variables: x = country of origin, y = role / function, z = sector. In this third experience for each group the z remains fixed in such a way that each group participates in people active in the same sector, but who differ in geographical origin and role / function.
During the course of the LAB there are many moments of pause and relaxation, but of short duration. The intense work sessions of the groups will be followed by non-formal demonstrative and experiential activities. The moments of guided discussion and participatory training will be coordinated through solicitation inputs to be answered individually by writing on colored cards which will then be collected and arranged in special discussion schemes prepared by the coordinators themselves. The discussion will then be animated and self-regulated by reflection on the answers. This and other specific group management techniques will be alternated with moments of interpersonal relationship and standard training.

Leading Organisation _ FEDERATION of Associations of professional Aestheticians in Greece 

Duration (days) _ 5 (excluding round trips)

Total participants expected n. 45

Country of Venue _ GREECE Starting Period _ February 2021

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Meeting

Transnational Project Meetings

1st T.P.M. KICK-OFF MEETING

Where: Italy – Perugia (ECIPA Umbria Headquarters)
When: November 2019
Duration: 1 day / work (excluding round trips)
Participants: For each hosted partner n. 2 staff members (1 Project Manager + 1 Resp. administrative) + n. 3/4 staff for the host partner (1 technical coordinator + 1 administrative coordinator + 1 institutional / legal representative + 1 technician with organizational coordination functions).
Objectives:
-Start of interpersonal relationships and exchange and networking actions between partners
-Presentation of partners, their projects and experiences and expectations for the project
-Presentation, sharing and comparison of the EXECUTIVE PLAN for Management, Monitoring and Communication
-Sharing and definition of the Project AGENDA (Time-table)
-Sharing and definition of the administrative planning and financial management procedures of the project
-Sharing of common management documentation (models) and communication procedures and internal management of reports
-Presentation of the Brand / Logo of the Project
-Definition and sharing of the Project Launch actions
-Any other business
Deliverables: minutes, attendance register, audio and video recordings, photos and images, communication and internal information material
Responsible partner of the organization: ECIPA Umbria (Applicant)

2nd T.P.M. – Intermediate meeting

Where: Romania – Bucharest (CNCRNC Headquarters)
When: October 2020
Duration: 1 days of work (excluding round trips)
Participants: the hosted partners n. 2 staff members (1 technical coordinator + 1 administrative coordinator) + n. 3/4 staff for the host partner (1 technical coordinator + 1 administrative coordinator + 1 institutional / legal representative + 1 technician with organizational coordination functions).
Objectives:
-Presentation Report on the Progress of Experimental Actions (Intermediate Experimental Evaluation)
-Presentation and sharing of the interim financial report of the project
-Presentation and sharing of the Interim Evaluation and Monitoring Report on project results and quality
-Possible comparison on critical and problematic situations and identification of the Miscellaneous possible solutions
Deliverables: report, attendance register, audio and video recordings, photos and images, communication and internal information material, Report on the progress of experimental actions (LABS), Intermediate financial report, Interim evaluation and monitoring report on results and the quality of the project
Responsible partner: CNCRNC

3rd T.P.M. – Final meeting

When: September 2021
Where: Poland – Poznan (TEB headquarters)
Duration: 3 days of work (excluding round trips)
Participants: hosted partner n. 2 staff members (1 technical coordinator + 1 administrative coordinator) + n. 3/4 staff for the host partner (1 technical coordinator + 1 administrative coordinator + 1 institutional / legal representative + 1 technician with organizational coordination functions).
Objectives:
-Discussion and comparison on the level of final satisfaction of the partners regarding the development of the project through guided questionnaires
-Presentation, sharing and definition of the Final Financial Report
-Collection of financial reporting documents and simulation of the same Presentation and sharing of the final output of the Lab activity
-Presentation and sharing of the Final Evaluation and Monitoring Report
-Presentation and sharing of the final impact assessment report
-Sharing and operational planning of the final dissemination actions of the project results
-Comparison and sharing on transferability and project sustainability strategies
-Signing of Recommendations for the transferability and sustainability of project results Possible comparison on critical and problematic situations and identification of solutions Miscellaneous
Deliverables: minutes, attendance register, audio and video recordings, photos and images, communication and internal information material, Final Financial report, materials and reporting tools for simulation, Final Evaluation Report for learning outcomes, Final monitoring report and Evaluation Document, Presentation of the Methodological Guidelines, Final Impact Assessment Report, Key Reccomandation.
Responsible partner: TEB (P4)