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As part of their Vocational Educational Training project in Malta, two vocational trainees created a How To guide “Low Season Bird Keeper”.

This project is part of Moving Feet Opening Minds, supported by the Mediterraneo Marine Park Malta and funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

This project guide has been created by Clare Barker and Jessica Watson.

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A new exhibition about our Vocational Educational Training project has happened at Askham Bryan College. This time their trainees who went to Malta who shared their experience with other students.  In this exhibition they explain the activities they took part in, as well as what they’ve learnt personally and professionally.

Their project was hosted by the Tomasina Cat Sanctuary . This opportunity is part of Moving Feet Opening Minds, funded by the Erasmus+ project of the European Commission.

 

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As part of their Vocational Educational Training project in Aruba, two vocational trainees created a guide explaining “How to prepare the visitor centre at the aruba donkey sanctuary”.

This project is part of A Different Kettle of Fish, supported by the Aruba Donkey Sanctuary and Askham Bryan College and funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

This project guide has been created by Rebecca Hewick and Jessica Watson .

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Two trainees from Askham Bryan College, who went to the Vocational Educational Training (VET) in Aruba produced a guide about the project at their return. This guide explains “How to prepare an animal for a veterinary procedure”.

This project guide has been created by Rowan Halligan and Neve Bray.

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As part of their Vocational Educational Training project in Aruba, two vocational trainees created a guide explaining “How to complete a husbandry routine and general maintenance at the aruba donkey sanctuary”.

This project is part of A Different Kettle of Fish, supported by the Aruba Donkey Sanctuary and Askham Bryan College and funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

This project guide has been created by Rebecca Hawkins and Casey Wilson.

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Askham Bryan College / Newton Rigg College trainees who went to the Vocational Educational Training (VET) in Aruba produced a guide about the project. Their objective was to give future trainees all the information they need to know how to best prepare for this experience. This includes a list of material to pack, health and safety advice: and lots of other top tips to know before departure.

This project guide has been created by Bryony Allan, Meg Harrison, Becca Cooksey.

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As promised before their Vocational Educational Training (VET) project in Aruba, trainees from Askham Bryan College (with support from Newton Rigg College) have organised an exhibition at their return in the UK. In this exhibition they explain the activities they took part in, as well as what they’ve learnt personally and professionally.

They’ve launched the exhibition on the 14th July with a presentation by the trainees themselves. On the picture you can see Meg explaining what she has learnt during the project. Everything is Possible director, Clair Brown was there for the opening.

The exhibition has been developed by Nicola McGarr, Bethany Backhouse, Katie Sharrock.

Their project was hosted by Aruba Donkey Sanctuary and Convet. This opportunity is part of Moving Feet Opening Minds, funded by the Erasmus+ project of the European Commission.

 

 

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Some of the trainees who undertook a Vocational Educational Training (VET) in Martinique produced a guide about the project. Their objective was to give future trainees all the information they need to know how to best prepare for this experience. This includes a list of material to pack and a list of French word to know before departure.

This project guide has been created by James Teixeira, Chloe Myers, Adam Williams, Billy Liptrot and Caius Jenkins

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Back from their Vocational Educational Training (VET) project in Martinique, our young trainees from Wigan Warriors are holding an exhibition to share their experience with other students, teachers and visitors. In this exhibition they explain the activities they took part it as well as what they’ve learnt personally and professionally.
The exhibition has been developed by Evie Sheppard, Josh White, Megan Birchall, Declan Lannon and Dylan Brown.

Their project was hosted by Youth In The Town in Martinique. This opportunity is part of Moving Feet Opening Minds, funded by the Erasmus+ project of the European Commission.

 

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