We have completed the Bvb Migration project, coordinated by Diakonische Werk des Kirchenkreises, Rendsburg-Eckernförde, Germany, with very serious results, deeply reflected and tested fruits of the two years of hard work carried out by the partners. GOOD JOB!

As part of the project „Vocational preparation and integration into apprenticeship of juvenile refugees and youth with emigrational background” several experts were involved in the production of the results.

The main aims of the project were the prequalification and preparation of apprenticeship for juvenile refugees and youth with emigrational background and to support the choice of an apprenticeship and professional orientation focused on the specific barriers of the target group.

A great work has been done and, as part of the project aims, this work is now available for all interested stakeholders under an open licensee.

The project results address the following topics:

  1. Concept of Measures for vocational preparation of juvenile refugees and youth with emigrational background
  2. Area of profession related qualification modules in the core areas of profession
  3. Supplementing qualification modules concerning social skills
  4. Qualification concept for experts
  5. Good-practice-guideline for advice and support of the target group with the integration into apprenticeship
  6. Guideline for implementation of the concept of measures
  7. Assessment instrument to identify the capability of apprenticeship


Bellow, in the links, you can access all of the results in a PDF format. All of the results are available in English and in one more language (depending on the country of the experts that produced them you can find documents in Spanish, Italian, German, Bulgarian or Slovenian languages).

As part of our efforts for sustainability and follow-up of the project we are implementing we are happy to share these results with us and to support other users in using them into their work with the targeted groups.

  1. General folder (contains all listed bellow):



1.1 Assessment instrument:



1.2 Specific modules:

General link



Sub links Contained

Vocational preparation in relation to professions in the commercial field


Vocational preparation for professions in the craft sector – especially plumber professions”


Vocational preparation in relation to professions in the industrial-technical field – especially electrical engineering professions


Vocational preparation in relation to professions in the environmental field – especially recycling professions


Vocational preparation for professions in the service sector – tourism, hostelry and catering


1.3 Additional Modules

General link



1.3.1 “Social skills II in relation to the vocational preparation – regarding search for training and training in general”


1.3.2 “Social Skills I in relation to Vocational Preparation – General Social Skills Required”


1.4. Good-Practice guideline for the consultation and support of juvenile refugees and youth with emigrational background in the integration into training / apprenticeship


1.5 Guideline for implementation of the measure concept for vocational preparation for juvenile refugees and youth with emigrational background


1.6. Measure concept for vocational preparation for juvenile refugees and youth with emigrational background


1.7 Qualification concept for specialists in vocational preparation



AIFED is part of several working groups or networks both at local and international level. In these networks it collaborates with other partners and stakeholders to create mutual exchanges, to share knowledge and opportunities for our respective cities with the aim to improve the lives of young people and adults.

Mousiko Scholio Trikalon, Grecia

The Music School of Trikala is one of 49 currently operating in Greece. It is based in Trikala, seat of the county of Trikala, and accepts students from all over the county. Currently, it has 310 students and employs 85 teachers of which 50 are General Education teachers and 35 teach music studies. The students are selected via entry exams and they study in our school for all six years of high school. Upon finishing school students can participate in exams for entrance to the university, both on music studies and any other subject they want.

The school was founded in 1997 and has been operating continuously for 21 years. The students study European and Byzantine music, both vocal and instrumental. The school runs courses for students across all grades for traditional, assorted, symphonic, byzantine and electronic music as well as jazz music. Students present their work at the end of each year to our town as well as other music schools with which we collaborate. We have participated at competitions with distinction, gaining first prizes for piano, guitar and choir. Our students have taken part and gained first prize at competitions of varying subjects such as the French language, photography, musical setting and orchestration and a world competition of fairy tales in Spanish; they have also gained distinctions in short film production on solidarity and racism. Some of our talented students have continued their music studies at Universities abroad and are building a career on the subject. Some of our students have returned to our school as teachers which demonstrate their association and comprehensive presence at our school. At the same time, many of our students continue to take part in oratory events organised by another high school of our town as well as a poet’s symposium for students and staff, also organised by a high school of our town. Our school has also collaborated with the Department of Music of the University of Arta in a concert of traditional music with our choir and orchestra. We participate in the European exchange programme of Erasmus+ as well as the music festivals of Xanthi and Kavala; we are frequently visited by other music schools from Alimos, Karditsa



I.I.S.S. “Carlo Maria Carafa” Mazzarino, Italy

The school, located in Mazzarino, is a three-storey modern building, there are 33 school classes,1 gym, 3 IT labs, 1 language lab. School classes are large, comfortable and sunny most of the time. Mazzarino is a very ancient town, its origin can be traced back to the XIII century. Lifestyle is very quiet and even a bit boring for young people, there are few pubs, and no cinemas, theatres, or discos, there are just one swimming pool and a few playing fields. Agriculture is the main economic activity.

The school year starts mid- September and finishes in early June, we have a fortnight holiday at Christmas and 5 days at Easter. Lessons start at 08.00 and end at 14.00.

In school there are four types of courses:

1) Liceo Classico where Latin and Greek are the most important subjects;

2) Liceo delle Scienze umane in which students are concerned mainly with Social Studies;

3) Tecnico Commerciale (Accountancy and Business)

4) Tecnico Geometri (Topography and Constructions)

5) High School (predominant disciplines biology, science, chemistry, etc.)

6) Hotel Institute address where students are formed for catering and facilities albeghiere

7) Textiles Institute address where students are formed in the field of fashion and tailoring.

Pupils attending fall in Bucket 14/19 and the total pupils 1320

Common subjects for all courses are: Italian, History, Mathematics, English.  Students are not only from Mazzarino but also from Riesi and Butera, near towns. The social environment is friendly and relaxed, there are no acts of vandalism or bullying. Students are involved in most decisions concerning them.