SWING presented at the Erasmus+ Infoday in Rome

SWING presented at the Erasmus+ Infoday in Rome

An incredible visibility for SWING project!

The Italian Erasmus+ national agecy INAPP (Istituto Nazionale per l’Analisi delle Politiche Pubbliche) has invited FEDERSID, the coordinator and applicant of the project, to present the project at the Infoday for the project management and invite to submit new proposal for 2019. This event took place in Rome on 7th of November.
During this event, Laura Granvillano, coordinator of the project, has showed the aims, the activities carried out and the future goals related with SWING project to an audience composed by more than 100 people, among VET teachers, trainers and project managers.

If you are interested to the contents about this infoday please check this link (all the contents are in italian).

Stay tuned for further news!

II Transnational Meeting in Budapest

II Transnational Meeting in Budapest

The 2nd transnational Meeting of Swing project took place in Budapest on 18th and 19th of July 2018. All the partner organizations took part of this amazing moment in which they could discuss about the activities carried out in these first 9 months of the Project.

Federsid, CETEM, CEIPES and ILI partners has been hosted by Munka-Kor association, which arranged the meeting in the beautiful capital of Hungary.

Partners has discussed about the list of words that will compose the final video-dictionary and it was possible to see already how this final output will be.

The presence of a Hungarian Sign Language translator has allowed people with hearing impairment to attend the meeting.
An hard work is waiting for our partners that are going to meet again in Yecla (Spain) on April 2019.

For further news and updates, stay tuned to our website and our facebook page.

More than 40 enterprises observed!!

More than 40 enterprises observed!!

A great result of SWING project team. More than 40 enterprises have been observed for collecting the 150 words necessary to the development of the Video-dictionary in Sign Language.
The enterprises belong to 3 main work environment, related to:

  • Tourism
  • Forniture
  • Cooking

Hotels, tour operators, forniture designer enterprises and restaurants employers have been observed among Hungary, Italy, Germany and Spain to collect the necessary words, thanks to the work of our 5 organization partners.

Stay tuned! Follow our website and facebook page for all project updates and results!

SWING KICK OFF MEETING IN PALERMO

SWING KICK OFF MEETING IN PALERMO

Tuesday and Wednesday, 28th and 29th December, Ceipes and Federsid organized the Kick off Meeting that launched the beginning of a new exciting Erasmus Plus project, KA2, Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Best Practices. “Swing” (this is the name of the project, standing for Signs for Work Inclusion Gain) aims to create a sign dictionary in the field of vocational training for people with hearing impairment.  The wider objective of the project is to facilitate the integration of people with hearing problems, to improve the communication in the work-place and suppressing communication barriers. The Consortium is made up, beyond Ceipes and Federsid (as coordinator) by Cetem association (Spain); the Friedrich-Alexander-Universitaet Erlangen Nuernberg (Germany) and the Fondation Munka-Kör Alapítvány (Hungary). Each partner will focus on a specific professional field (including tourism; cooking and carpentry) and therefore they will develop the dictionaries of the specific terms in each sector.

Beyond representing the first meeting of the Consortium, the meeting allowed to get through the steps and passages of the project, the assignment of the tasks and intellectual outputs and schedule of the next deadlines. Moreover, at the end of the morning and afternoon sessions, some visits have been organized to local stakeholders (such as the National Association of Deaf People; the Vocational School “P.Piazza” and the “Social Tailoring Shop”) working for the social and professional integration of people with special needs.

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