The results of the project ‘INCLUTRAIN – person-centered vocational training for people with special needs’ are now published on the website of the National Agency at the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (NABiBB) and on the project website INCLUTRAIN.
On the NABiBB website you will also find a short video that gives an overview of the project (in German).
The strategic partnership “INCLUTRAIN” deals with the topic of person-centered education and has developed a vocational training framework concept that focuses on individual skills. What is special: Trainees and trainers work out the learning goals and paths according to the trainees’ abilities together during the course of the training. It was tested in an agricultural context at the Hofgemeinschaft Weide-Hardebeck in Germany, at Loidholdhof in Austria and at Urtica de Vijfsprong in the Netherlands. All three partners are social therapeutic communities with biodynamic agriculture.
The training concept developed in the Strategic Partnership “INCLUTRAIN” makes it possible to further open up vocational training to people with disabilities and to design individual solutions and individual lines of development. The project has succeeded in developing a systematically structured manual for training and accompanying specialists on how this process of changing perspectives can be successful. The materials and contact information are available on the websites.
(This article contains extracts from the NABiBB website).