AECA – Associazione Emiliano-romagnola Centri Autonomi

  • Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy
    Via Vittorio Bigari 3, 40128 Bologna città metropolitana di Bologna, Italia
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  • Teacher administrator: Giulia Zambon

Overview

  • Sectors 02 Arts and humanities , 04 Business, Administration and Law , 07 Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction , 10 Services
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  • OID Number E10125937
  • Specialising in sector 0211 Audio-visual techniques and media production0415 Secretarial and office work0416 Wholesale and retail sales0713 Electricity and energy0714 Electronics and automation0715 Mechanics and metal trade0716 Motor vehicles, ships and aircraft0721 Food processing0722 Materials (glass, paper, plastic and wood)0723 Textiles (clothes, footwear and leather)0732 Building and civil engineering1012 Hair and beauty services1013 Hotel, restaurants and catering1015 Travel, tourism and leisure
  • The centre is able to provide work placements for students with special needs Yes
  • Type of work placements Student work placementsTeacher exchangesStudents with fewer opportunities
  • Erasmus Experience Yes
  • The Erasmus experience of this centre The projects financed by the Erasmus+ programme are part of the multi-year process of internationalisation of the regional Education and Vocational Training (IeFP) system launched by AECA in cooperation with the Emilia-Romagna Region. Thanks to our Erasmus+ KA1 mobility project, we have provided internship experiences for thousands of students over the past 1o years. We have Erasmus+ Accreditation in VET program (KA121) and every year we plan: mobilities for teachers in jobshodowing or visiting foreign partners to exchenge best practices mobilities for students going abroad for a period of 3 weeks for an internship experience. In the past, we also have welcomed groups of students from abroad and arranged accommodation and placement for them. We also have experience in KA2 projects, both as leaders and partners, and are always looking for new opportunities of cooperation.
  • It is a consortium Yes

Organisation Description

AECA has been operating in Emilia-Romagna region since 1973, proposing an educational project that intertwines the acquisition of professional skills with the development of the person’s potential. The activity of AECA centres responds to the individual’s needs for orientation and accompaniment for integration into the world of work. The paths offered by AECA seek to facilitate entry into the world of work for young people and those belonging to weak or marginalised social groups.

AECA as association of organisations now brings together 13 vocational training organisations. These synergies guarantee AECA a complete and diversified educational proposal throughout the Emilia-Romagna region.