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Elect e uropean l earning c ommunities for t raining of people with mental ilness

ELECT- European Learning Communities for Training of people with Mental Ilness

ELECT-CONSORTIUM MEETING 1

Malmö 3-5th March 2008

Ville Grönberg


Content of this presentation

Content of this presentation

What is Life Long Learning Programme and Grundtvig Subprogramme?

ELECT-project in Brief (activities, outcomes, workpackages)


Life long learning programme

Life Long Learning Programme

  • European Commissions Life Long Learning Programme (LLP) supports learning opportunities from childhood to old age in every single life situation.

  • It has a budget of € 7000 millions for the period 2007-2013, and is the successor to the current Socrates, Leonardo da Vinci and eLearning programmes.

  • It is composed of 4 sectoral sub-programmes, 4 transversal programmes and the Jean Monnet programme.


Structure of the life long learning programme

Structure of the Life Long learning Programme

Source: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/projects/events/february_2008/documents/grundtvig_programme.pdf


What is adult education learning

What is adult education / learning?

Source: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/projects/events/february_2008/documents/grundtvig_programme.pdf


Backround of the grundtvig subprogramme

Backround of the Grundtvig subprogramme

Source: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/projects/events/february_2008/documents/grundtvig_programme.pdf


Challences of the grundtvig subprogramme

Challences of the Grundtvig subprogramme

Source: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/projects/events/february_2008/documents/grundtvig_programme.pdf


Additional information

Additional information

  • More information on LLP and Grundtvig:

  • http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/index.htm

  • Brussells Grundtvig infodays presentations:

  • http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/projects/events/february_2008/index_en.htm


Our contribution to the grundtvig program

Our contribution to the Grundtvig program

  • ELECT-PROJECT


Elect project in brief

ELECT-project in brief

  • ELECT project promotes learning opportunities and access to education and employment of people with long-term mental illness

  • Project's purpose is to create a set of supported education methods and tools for people who are recovering from mental illness and wanting to develop their personal qualification, educational pathway and inclusion in the mainstream education and labour market.

  • The project enhances cooperation for education and training support between the Clubhouses' psychosocial rehabilitation, Clubhouse Training Bases, Clubhouse Coalitions and the formal educational institutions in consortium countries


Elect history

ELECT history

  • European Clubhouse Conference in Munich 22th-24th November 2006 – Visions for the Future: More speed in Europe to the Clubhouse development (Esko Hänninen)

  • Project planning meeting in Taastrup, Denmark 2nd February 2007

  • Second project planning meeting and agreement on European Clubhouse Development Partnership (EPCD) in Stockholm 19th March 2007.

  • March 30th 2007 - Submission of the ELECT-project proposal for European Comission.

  • October 18th 2007 - Elect project has been selected for community co-financing

  • 1st November 2007 – Project starts

  • 29.-30.11.2007 Steering group meeting in Helsinki

  • 3.-5.3.2008 Kick of meeting in Malmö


Epcd and elect

EPCD and ELECT

EPCD – Agreement

EPCD - EuropeanPartnership for ClubhouseDevelopment

Objective

to promote the development of the Clubhousemodel in Europe

Partners

Openpartnership – 14 partnerssofar

Coordinator

Stakes

Funding

None, EPCD partnersorganiseplanning and otherpreparationsaiming at Europeanfunding for Clubhousedevelopment

Duration

19.3.2007-31.12.2010

ELECT- Project

ELECT - EuropeanLearningCommunities for training of peoplewithMentalIlness

Objective

to developesupportededucationactivities in EuropeanClubhouses

Partners

13 partners

Coordinator

Stakes

Funding

EuropeanCommission, Life Long Learningprogram, 300 000€.

Duration

1.11.2007-31.10.2009


The life cycle of a project

Contractual Period

Agreements

Kick-off Meeting

Action

Selection

Results

Contract

Application

Evaluation

Dissemination

Partner Search

Idea

Final Report

’Post-Project’ Phase

The life cycle of a project


Elect project activities 1 2

Elect-project Activities 1/2

  • Finds out the Clubhouse members’ educational goals and career plans for building up individual learning pathways;

  • improves learners basic skills and learning to learn abilities by activating and motivating them to take part in different kinds of short courses, e.g. in career guidance, ICT and languages;

  • organises two European transnational short courses by using Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL)-technology;


Elect project activities 2 2

Elect-project Activities 2/2

  • develops a set of support measures and tools for assisting the clubhouse member trainees to study with success in formal educational institutions in cooperation with institutions concerned;

  • enhances cooperation and awareness-raising activities between formal adult education and training institutions and non-formal Clubhouse learning communities;

  • organizes a supported education pilot course for qualified trainers and peer trainers and creates a curriculum of supported education.


Project outcomes 1 2

Project outcomes 1/2

  • A review of the good practices: Education and training in the European Clubhouses. Members' educational needs and goals. Learners' experiences.

  • A Document of the support methods. support measures and tools for assisting the clubhouse member trainees to study with success in formal educational institutions

  • Two short courses by using Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL)-technology


Project outcomes 1 21

Project outcomes 1/2

  • Supported education pilot course for trainers and peer trainers

  • A curriculum of the Supported Education training course for the European Clubhouses

  • Five project meetings

  • Website, brochures, newsletters

  • Evaluation report

  • Interim and final report


Project partners

Project partners

  • Stakes - National Research and Development Centre for Welfare and Health (FI) - Coordinator

  • Swedish Fountain House. Sweden (Lead partner)

  • Fountain House Fonden Danmark. (Lead partner)

  • Mosaic Clubhouse. United Kingdom (Lead partner)

  • Ersta Sköndal University College. Sweden (Lead partner)

  • Paritaetischer Wohlfahrtsverand Bayern e.V. Sozialpsychiatrisches Zentrum

  • Finnish Fountain House Coalition. Finland

  • Foundation Fountain, Fountain House in Oslo. Norway

  • Klúbburin Geysir. Iceland

  • Helsinki Clubhouses registered association. Finland

  • Stiftelsen Vänskap och arbete, Fontänhuset Org. Malmö

  • Caledonia Clubhouse. United Kingdom

  • ICCD (Associated partner)


How do we organise project activities workpackages

How do we organise project activities?Workpackages

  • Management

  • Activation and motivation

  • Support methods for education and training

  • Training of trainers

  • Quality and evaluation

  • Dissemination and exploitation.


Workpackages and staff days

Workpackages and staff days


Elect e uropean l earning c ommunities for t raining of people with mental ilness

European ICCD Clubhouses - Beneficiaries of the ELECT project

Albania 1

Austria 3

Denmark 6

England 19

Estonia 1

Finland 20

Germany 3

Iceland 1

Ireland 4

Italy 1

Kosovo 1

Macedonia 2

Netherlands 1

Norway 3

Poland 2

Romania 1

Russia 4

Scotland 7

Sweden 9

TOTAL 90

About 90 Clubhouses serving over 11000 members annually


Vision for future next steps after elect project a network

Vision for future: next steps after ELECT-project  A network

Source: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/projects/events/february_2008/documents/grundtvig_programme.pdf


Elect project contact information

ELECT-project contact information

  • Management/Coordination:

  • Ville Grönberg

  • Project Manager

  • Stakes

  • Innovative Employment initiatives –group

  • Stakes

  • P.O Box 220

  • (Lintulahdenkuja 4 – street address)

  • FI-00531 Helsinki

  • Finland

  • Mobile +358 400 259 029

  • Tel. +358 9 3967 2130

  • Fax. +358 9 3967 2201

  • E-mail: [email protected]

Reports & payments

Mirva Piispa

Financial secretary

Stakes

Innovative Employment initiatives –group

Stakes

P.O Box 220

(Lintulahdenkuja 4 – street address)

FI-00531 Helsinki, Finland

Tel. +358 9 3967 2609

Fax. +358 9 3967 2201

E-mail: [email protected]

(Mirva wishes that you send questions considering payments by e-mail!)


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