VET Spanish trainees

The Asociación Building Bridges are preparing a project to gather organisations that can host VET trainees (Vocational&Education Training) with no cost for your organisation. Trainees will receive an allowance to pay their expenses, transport, accommodation, food and insurance. There is no funding for hosting organisations.

Trainees can come from many VET fields, specially interesting for your organisation might be:

Animation, Sport&Leisure, Administration&Finances, Graphic design&Multimedia, Marketing, Event management, IT & Communication management, Geriatric care, Environment management, Arts&Crafts and so on.

If your institution would like to host trainees you may fill:

 

Jorge Bravo – EU Programmes Coordinator

“Opportunities for Researchers: Calls in Europe and Spain” at Instituto Cervantes in Dublin

In this session on March 23rd at Instituto Cervantes Dublin, attendees will have the chance to get familiar with different fellowships, calls and contracts available for researchers in Spain at different career stages.

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First, Cristina Gómez, National Contact Point for Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions (MSCA) will explain the European research and development framework together with the European Comission calls for hiring researchers: Marie Skłodowska Curie and European Research Council (ERC) actions.

Next, Lorenzo Melchor, international scientific coordinator at the Spanish Embassy in London, will give information about hiring processes for researchers in Spain including calls and public contracts available at both state and regional levels, as well as some private initiatives. He will also present catalogues and websites where additional information regarding job offers for researchers can be found.

The session will end-up with a vino español that will foster discussion among participants.

This session is organized by the Spanish Research Society in Ireland (SRSI), the Instituto Cervantes in Dublin, the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT), and the Spanish Embassy in Dublin.

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