Fundación Docete Omnes

  • La Zubia, Granada, Granada, Spain
    Calle Padre Villoslada 2, 18140 La Zubia, provincia de Granada, España, 18198
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  • Teacher administrator: Beatriz Gallego Colombo

Overview

  • Sectors 01 Education , 02 Arts and humanities , 03 Social Sciences, Journalism and Information , 05 Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics , 06 Information and Communication technologies , 08 Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and Veterinary , 09 Health and Welfare , 10 Services
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  • OID Number E10090426
  • Specialising in sector 0112 Training for pre-school teachers0211 Audio-visual techniques and media production0214 Handicrafts0314 Sociology and cultural studies0611 Computer use0812 Horticulture0915 Therapy and rehabilitation0921 Care of the elderly and of disabled adults0923 Social work and counselling1012 Hair and beauty services1014 Sports1021 Community sanitation1022 Occupational health and safety
  • Type of work placements Student work placementsTeacher exchangesStudents with fewer opportunities
  • Erasmus Experience Yes
  • The Erasmus experience of this centre

Organisation Description

Fundación Docete Omnes: It operates as a non-governmental and non-profit organisation, officially recognised as an educational and public interest institution by a Ministerial Order. The Foundation operates as a comprehensive
social entity, focusing mainly on the educational and welfare sectors.

Today, it has grown into an organisation of considerable size, employing more than 140 people, including teachers and experienced experts such as psychologists, occupational therapists, social workers, etc. Their extensive experience is essential to the success of the programme we propose. The scope of the Foundation extends to several fields, with branches branching out in various directions.

Several activities are carried out within the Foundation, among which the following stand out:

Blanca Paloma Vocational Training School: 

  • Officially funded by the Spanish Government, it offers formal education to thousands of students
    annually (approximately 360 per year).
  • It specialises in formal training, such as occupational training and continuing education.
    • Emphasis is placed on adapting training to the current demands of the labour market to improve employability.
  • It has a team of qualified teachers and trainers involved in various projects with 40+ years’
    experience.
  • It offers higher and intermediate vocational training courses, as well as initial vocational training and online courses.
  • Since 1968, it is an active centre in the development of innovative policies, teacher training, development of research projects, etc.

Padre Villoslada Social Complex:

  • Founded in 1982, it is an occupational centre that cares for people with intellectual impairments, mental illness and at risk of social exclusion.
  • It offers workshops for the development of daily living and employment skills, adapted to
    various learning needs.
  • It is a centre that embraces people with different backgrounds and realities, promoting integration and an enriching exchange of experiences.
  • The team of professionals is made up of occupational therapists, psychologists, social workers, social educators among others. These professionals work hand in hand to provide a holistic approach to address the varied needs of those we serve.

Sheltered houses:

  • The care programme designed to provide specialised care and attention to people with mental disabilities in residential care.
  • This programme consists of seven supervised homes dedicated to the care of adults with intellectual disabilities.
  • Staff specialised in care and attention provide close accompaniment, facilitating access to medical services, therapies and recreational activities that contribute to the integral development of the residents.
  • Educational, cultural and recreational activities are promoted to foster integration and the
    development of social skills. The aim is to strengthen the self-esteem and independence of
    the residents, facilitating their integration in society and improving their quality of life.

Santa Clara (residence for the elderly):

  • Permanent residence programme at Santa Clara in Loja (a village 53 km from Granada city).
  • It has a capacity of 30 beds, of which 20 are subsidised by the Junta de Andalucía – the Regional
    Government of Andalusia.
  • The facilities are equipped with services designed to guarantee a welcoming, comfortable and safe
    environment for the elderly and their families.

EU funding programmes:

  • Since 1998, our Department of European Programmes has been actively involved in various
    European initiatives such as Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci Projects, Grundtvig Partnership Projects, Multilateral projects, Daphne, and Progress.
    • We also contribute significantly to the European Voluntary Service and have participated in seminars under the “Youth in Action Programme”.
    • Since then, our commitment has extended to the Erasmus+ Programme, where we implement
    projects to enhance the skills of young individuals and promote social inclusion for groups at risk.
    • Additionally, we’ve developed online courses to advance digital competences as part of projects in the field of key competences.
    • Our institution has also carried out mobility projects for the teachers of our centre.