On November 4 and 5, 2021, CAP ULYSSE and thepartners of the MAKE ITHAPPEN project finally metin Chemnitz where Solaris(Fürderzentrum für Jugendund Umwelt) presented aState of the art on disabilityin Germany: Opportunitiesfor vocational training andAccess to the world of workfor learners with disabilities.
It was also an opportunityto visit a local companyspotted as a best practicefor the inclusion of disabledworkers. The comparisonand the reflections with theproject partners led to newideas… which should seethe light of day in a fewmonths!
On November 18 and 19, 2021, all the partners of the PR.E.S.T.O. project met in Seville to make progress on the production of a brochure intended to raiseawareness among decision-makers in vocational training of the opportunities thatthe ERASMUS program represents for learners with learning disabilities.
It is clear that learners’mobility with disabilities remains deeply rooted in our vision and the good news is that we are not the only ones.
To be continued…