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WP2 - Quality Management
In the context of European project work, evaluation can be seen as a process that:
- supports the project and acts as a check on whether the targets have been met;
- allows the results to be improved based upon judgements made about the value and quality of the project and
- simplifies decision making while assisting with fundamental changes in the project, should these be necessary.
|Download: Quality Management Handbook|
WP4 - Exploitation and Sustainability
It was the aim of the exploitation phase to find possibilities for a sustainable use of the approach of Supported Employment in the systems and labour markets of the target countries BG, RO and TR. It was, therefore, necessary to define a strategy on how to further maintain this concept and the approach within the system after the project support for the transfer itself has ended.
|Download: Exploitation and Sustainability of Results|
Stakeholder Analysis is the process of identifying the individuals or groups that are likely to affect or be affected by a proposed action and sorting them according to their impact on the action and the impact the action will have on them.
|Download: Stakeholder Analysis Report|
|Download: Stakeholder Analysis Report - Annex BG1|
|Download: Stakeholder Analysis Report - Annex BG2|
|Download: Stakeholder Analysis Report - Annex RO|
|Download: Stakeholder Analysis Report - Annex TR1|
Finally, the Exploitation and Sustainability Strategy has evolved.
|Download: Exploitation and Sustainability Strategy|
Three exploitation seminars were organised as follows:
Bulgaria: 1st September 2014 in Plovdiv (BG) - 62 participants.
Romania: 29th April 2014 in Harghita (RO) - 80 participants.
Turkey: 16th October 2014 in Izmir (TR) - approx. 500 participants.
|Download: Exploitation Seminar Evaluation Report|
In order to provide a closer look on the sustainability of the T-EST project a Final Exploitation Report was created.
|Download: Final Exploitation Report|
WP5 - Analysis of Adaption
N25: Adaptation grid analysis for the identification of adaption potential of the Toolkit of Supported Employment.
N26: Adaption potential summary report and annex.
|For the summary report, please click the download button.|
|For the annex to the summary report, please click the download button.|
WP6 - Adaptation and Transfer Preparation
A two-day training workshop for implementation and transfer coaches was developed and implemented. Five coaches from Romania took part in the first workshop. A second workshop was held in December 2013 with ten participants from the other transfer countries (Bulgaria and Turkey). A third workshop for implementation coaches took place in Izmir (TR) from 5 to 6 June, 2014. During this workshop, selected employees of Konak İş-Kur were trained to apply the Supported Employment concept.
|Download: Agenda of training workshop I|
|Download: Agenda of training workshop II|
|Download: Agenda of training workshop III|
Further workshop material is available for download via our blog. Please follow the link.
N27 - N29: Toolkit manuals for supported employment, adapted to the respective requirements of Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey.
|Download: Manual Draft Version – Bulgaria.|
|Download: Manual Draft Version - Romania.|
|Download: Manual Draft Version – Romania (Hungarian translation).|
|Download: Manual Draft Version - Turkey.|
WP7 - Test Implementation of Supported Employment
During this workpackage period, the actual transfer and test implementation of Supported Employment in the countries BG, RO and TR took place. As an introduction to the test implementation phase a detailed feedback instrument had been developed to allow full recording of all experiences gained with the first testing of Supported Employment approaches in the three partner countries. On this basis the implementation coaches of the three countries, who hade been trained for this challenge, started implementing the steps provided by the national manuals for supported employment.
Within this testing phase, each partner country involved people with disabilities in the concept as well as organisations from the social sector and from the labour market (including public authorities). In order to give guidance and counseling during this crucial phase and to foster the sustainable integration of the system experienced coaches from Austria visited the three countries for support visits. These consultations took place during the test implementation period in May and June 2014.
|Download: Implementation Report Bulgaria|
|Download: Implementation Report Romania|
|Download: Implementation Report Turkey|
WP8 - Revision and Finalisation
Based on the feedback from the test implementation of the Supported Employment concept in the three transfer countries Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey, final revision activities were made and the manuals completed. The Romanian version is also available in Hungarian.
|Download: Toolkit manual BULGARIA in Bulgarian|
|Download: Toolkit manual BULGARIA in English|
|Download: Toolkit manual ROMANIA in Romanian|
|Download: Toolkit manual ROMANIA in Hungarian|
|Download: Toolkit manual ROMANIA in English|
|Download: Toolkit manual TURKEY in Turkish|
|Download: Toolkit manual TURKEY in English|
Furthermore, the original toolkit of the European Union of Supported Employment (EUSE) has been made additionally available in Bulgarian.
|Download: EUSE Toolkit in Bulgarian|