The aim of this European Leonardo Da Vinci project is to improve
the quality of workplace training in industries in Europe.

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It is normally the coordinator from the sending organisation who will initiate the placement process. There are many benefits, for all parties, that mobility can provide and the coordinator from the sending organization has a crucial role, be it in providing information, contacting partners abroad or following up the progress of the trainee.

Phase 1 - Before the internship period

All the steps prior to the actual stay of the trainee in the foreign company are essential to ensure a smooth transfer into the new environment: information to all parties, selection and matching processes and logistics.

Phase 2 - During the internship

The placements are a constituent part of the training, and therefore the trainees need to be advised, supervised and evaluated. Among other participants, the sending partner's coordinator has a very important role to play on the follow-up stage.

Phase 3 - At the end of / after the internship

All parties involved have an interest on getting a feedback of the process that will be useful for the evaluation, validation and certification of the skills gained abroad.