Here are photos from four different TrainEEE workshops in the ELLA project.
TrainEEE stands for my train to Equality, Education and Europe.
Young people with special needs from Austria, Serbia and France completed internships in the jobs they chose.
The first week of TrainEEE took part in April 2014.
Five people with disadvantages worked from April 7 until April 11 2014 in a job they chose: These jobs included administration, gardening, cooking and senior care.
The second TrainEEE week was working with the partners of the organisations, these were from France, Serbia and Austria.
Five participants from each organisation travelled with their trainers to Vienna, Austria.
Each job training is made in a different workplace within the association ÖJAB
The workplace and training is chosen individually by the participants.
The choice of different work is:
• Facility Service of ÖJAB
(placement of simple craft skills like cleaning, repairing
and janitor work)
• Administrative areas of ÖJAB
(accounting, public relations, front desk, student hostel
• Intercultural Nature Garden Greifenstein
(placement of skills as a gardener or florist)
• Hospitality and restaurants (service, kitchen, maid)
The participants of trainEEE have the opportunity to get to know what it is like doing paid work in an experimental environment.
The joy of work and the joy of learning are the most important.
The skills and competencies that are learned are advantages for choosing a career and for starting a job.