Erasmus +

Internationalisation is one of the strategic lines of the Strategic Plan of CIFP Don Bosco LHII and therefore we work to ensure that both students and teachers acquire an international dimension and can benefit from the opportunities that different European institutions and entities offer in this area.

The centre has extensive experience in the management of International Projects such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Erasmus+, Poctefa which began in the academic year 2003-2004. Since then, a large number of students and teachers have carried out training stays in different countries of the European Union such as: France, Italy, Portugal, United Kingdom, Ireland, Iceland, Poland and many more.

We aim to promote equity and inclusion of participants coming from disadvantaged backgrounds as well as to promote sustainability and digitalisation in the different actions.

As a vocational training student at Don Bosco, the Internationalisation service offers you:

– To receive extra training in languages with the courses offered by the Vice-Ministry of Vocational Training and taught at the centre.

– To participate in the Erasmus+ Programme with the aim of doing a 3-month internship in a European company.

– To make an exchange with students from other countries.

Come and participate!!!

SEPIE Erasmus +

“The benefits and results obtained, supported by numerous impact studies, are spectacular and show that a mobility experience in another country helps young people’s labour market insertion, increasing their employability and allowing them to improve their skills and experience, reinforcing their self-confidence and building a sense of European citizenship. Moreover, thanks to this experience, they are more tolerant, feel more European and will have the capacity to solve the problems they face in this changing and globalised life in a more creative, open and flexible way, more cooperative and with more initiative.”                                                                                                                       M.Marin Hellin