As planned, the first flow of mobility within the “THRIVE” project has begun. On August 13, the first group of participants went to Kiskunhalas (Hungary), the location where the training course was held – Competence Balance for Roma – a training designed to develop the skills and knowledge of participants to assess formal and non-formal skills and abilities of the students with whom they work, especially Roma students.
5 teachers from the two school units (Anghel Camelia Luminiţa, Purnavel Melania – from the “Crafts and Services” Technological High School and Olteanu Viorica, Moloca Ioana Cristina and Petrişor Adeluţa – from “Dimitrie Filipescu” Technological High School) participated in this training, together with participants from Germany.
During the training, we have set up with the participants how to monitor the activities so there is a real feed-back on the main aspects of mobility such as accommodation and meals, leisure activities and, of course, the actual training .
Participants were asked during the training to wear, as far as possible, the t-shirts and caps made in the project and take pictures, thus dressed, next to the roll-up dedicated to the event, for use them in promotional activities and, of course, for final reports.

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