Italian secondary school school is looking for partners
the Italian school “ITET Federico II” is looking for partners to apply a project in Erasmus Plus Program - Key Action 2.
Please find below the description of the school and the contacts of the teacher in charge of school projects.
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Full Legal Name : Istituto Tecnico Economico Tecnologico "Federico II"
Address : Via Nazionale Appia – 81043- Capua (Region Campania)
Type of Organisation : Vocational or technical secondary school (EDU-SCHVoc) - PIC 945752717
Teacher Mrs. Maria Scialdone
Email firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone +390823965827
Briefly school presentation
Federico II Technical Secondary School was founded in 1989 and has 600 students, aged 14 to 19. They are trained in various professions: Management, finance and marketing, Tourism, Construction- environment and territory, Transport and logistics, Business information systems to improve business efficiency with particular regard to the storage system.odt and Sirio (evening course for adults).
Federico II Technical Secondary School it also offers an opportunity for working students, adults who already have a job but dropped out for any reason. Extracurricular activities are developed in order to improve the cultural and professional skills of the students. English, French, German languages courses, ICT, Maths , Art and History courses, Most of them are financed by the European funds empowering courses for certifications in foreign languages and European computer driving licence.
The school took part in the Comenius project “WAP”, 2012/2014, (We aren’t problematic) which focused on observing the classroom problems and developing strategies to resolve them, to prevent early school leaving with students at risks of failing, being dismissed, undisciplined and unmotivated.
The school is participating as a partner in Erasmus + KA2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices (2016) entitled “Inventions and cultural behaviour”.