Les Carnets de la Persagotière by Jean-Yves Le Capitaine

TITLE :
A mobility experience :education and support for deaf children with associated disabilities

Le texte de ce carnet a fait l’objet d’une présentation, au nom du réseau HIPEN, à une Conférence Professionnelle qui a eu lieu à KREMNICA (Slovaquie) les 9 et 10 octobre 2013 : Aktuálne trendy vo výchove a vzdelávaní viacnásobne postihnutých vo V4 (Current Trends in Education and Training or Individuals with Multiple Disabilities in V4)

Paper from Jean-Yves Le Capitaine (of La Persagotière in Nantes) written in partnership with Veronique Petel

SUMMARY :  
The  alternating  program  between  the  school  (or  the training  center)  and  a  company  is  one  of  the  usual methods  of  professional  training.  Before  entering  a  training  program,  it  can  be  a  form  of  preparation for professional orientation and for the choice of a training course. This is especially true for young deaf people who encountered various obstacles during schooling. Alongside academic teaching, the suggested alternating program includes :


* workshops  aiming  to  aquire  social  skills  and  make  a  rational  career  choice  (visiting  as  well  as understanding companies, training centers ...)

* business internships, not in order to learn a job, but in order to acquire social skills for a working life and to choose a professional training course. The internships, conducted between 14 and 16 years of age, are prepared and supervised by a multidisciplinary team.

 
With several years of experience, we can put forward this form of preparation for professional training has helped many young deaf people to make better choices for their career.  

KEY WORDS :  
Alternating program, young deaf people, orientation, training, social skills.

TITLE: L’alternance comme modalité de préparation à l’orientation professionnelle

SUMMARY :

The alternating program between the school (or the training center) and a company is one of the usual methods of professional training. Before entering a training program, it can be a form of preparation for professional orientation and for the choice of a training course. This is especially true for young deaf people who encountered various obstacles during schooling. Alongside academic teaching, the suggested alternating program includes :

* workshops aiming to aquire social skills and make a rational career choice (visiting as well as understanding companies, training centers ...) *

* business internships, not in order to learn a job, but in order to acquire social skills for a working life and to choose a professional training course. The internships, conducted between 14 and 16 years of age, are prepared and supervised by a multidisciplinary team.

With several years of experience, we can put forward this form of preparation for professional training has helped many young deaf people to make better choices for their career.

KEY WORDS :

Alternating program, young deaf people, orientation, training, social skills.

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