International projects

Here you can read more about the different projects Aarhus Social- and Health Care College is involved in.

If you are interested in our previous projects or are you trying to find project results, please follow this link to the Previous projects page. 

These are the projects that the College are currently involved in.

 

 

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“Ask Dad and/or Mum - Parents as Key Facilitators: an  Inclusive Approach to Sexual and Relationship  Education on the Home Environment”

http://www.askproject.eu/     

 

 

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The European countries are getting more and more multicultural and the aim of this project is to strengthen the employees in the eldercare sector managing value systems based on different cultural background both in their inter collegial communication and teamwork but also to strengthen the communication skills of the nursing staff communicating with their clients.

http://www.multicultincare.eu/Home.1712.aspx

                     

 

                                                                 

 

                     

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Storytelling simply means the activity of telling a story, and digital storytelling means telling a story which is rendered in digital format. Stories have played a relevant role in  the teaching and training environment for a long time, thanks to  their ability to engage learners, foster attention and involvement,  communicate strong messages and values.

http://storyshop-llp.eu/

 

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Active ageing as one of the biggest challenges in modern EU still lacks the true understanding of the concept of ageing actively. There are mixed concepts and methodologies, but there is no general or common approach to active ageing as such. There are activities for older adults that support their will for lifelong learning, but there are only a scarce number of those addressing the topic active ageing in general.

http://www.activeageingproject.eu/                                    

 

 

 

 

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Time@Net is an European project funded by the European Commission within the Erasmus+ Programme - Key Action 2 Cooperation and innovation for good practices- with the aim of promoting social and work inclusion, active citizenship and participation to learning among young people with intellectual disabilities.

http://www.timenet.eu/

 

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NETnotNEET is a European project aimed at NEET people, “Not (engaged) in Education, Employment or Training”. It is considered one of the most problematic groups in the context of youth unemployment. VET system, employment services and appointed public authorities are the key actors in preventing the NEET phenomenon.

http://www.netnotneet.eu/