On 25 April 2019, as part of the professional day, a meeting was organised for those students and expert colleagues from Békéscsaba Center of Vocational Training Trefort Ágoston Vocational-grammar, Vocational-secondary School and Dormitory who attended one of the 16 Erasmus+ VET mobility projects in the 2018/19 academic year. The event was open to all students and employees from the school.
As in the previous two school years, the meeting provided opportunity for 50 students, 13 accompanying teachers and 19 vocational experts to get insight into each other's project. Each group made a presentation about their professional and cultural activities in the mobility. During the presentation the learners commented the pictures of the slides, and recalling the time spent together and the nice memories.
During the event, the participants took the Europass Mobility documents and Certificates
from Director, Mr Mihály Kiss. As the part of the programme, the results of the Erasmus + photo competition were also announced.
The winner photo was took by Dávid Szarka, milling machine operator student who spent his practice in Slovakia. The picture was made in Bratislava, titled “All roads lead to the castle”. All applicants received prizes from the organisers.
The documentation of the professional day also was implemented in international environment. Estonian photographer students who spent their Erasmus + practice at Trefort took great photos about the events.
The program ended with cake tasting and informal conversation.
In every application round Békéscsaba Center of Vocational Training Trefort Ágoston Vocational-grammar, Vocational-secondary School and Dormitory has been working for provide foreign education and training experience as many students and teachers as possible. Achieving the good results is also thanks to our program organizers colleagues. We would like to thank the work of the management, the preparatory teachers, the accompanying teachers and especially the project coordinators, Mária Bohus, Edit Szabados and László Kruzsic!