ul. Kujawska 17 a 35-323
Katarzyna Jaworska- Stadnik
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Foundation FIS is a non- profit organization operated in Rzeszow in south- east of Poland where unemployment is very high ( 14,5 %). This situation leads to increasing number of people endangered of social exclusion. The main goals of the foundation is to react on current economical and social situation and support people in their professional and social life by creating equal opportunities for vulnerable groups, creating professional integration of people at risk of social exclusion, supporting economic development, including the development of entrepreneurship, promoting vocational and continuing training, promoting labor mobility in the European labor market and social cohesion.
Foundation collaborates with entrepreneurs/ designers, architects, handicraft artists, jewelery makers, florists, tourist guides and others/ inviting them for sharing experiences, for trainings, for helping people to find a job. Foundation has got good relationships and contacts with local stakeholders and regional labor office subscribing and supporting their employment politics and combating social exclusion. Proposed project is as an integral part of existing learning activities in foundation that could enrich international partnership and help to elaborate new approaches in vocational training. European outline, sustainable development, European and local labour market have always been in the interest of trainees and staff as well as European cultural and natural heritage.
The participation in Erasmus+ program is a great new challenge and space for sharing new ideas, experiences, communicate with other people who are interested to open small business and support them. It is also the occasion to getting know more about people from different culture and find solutions for similar social problems. It is a chance to create European added value, chance to create European dimension in vocational learning and validate acquired vocational knowledge, skills and competences using EU tools such as Europass or ECVET.