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About This Project

Twenty enthusiastic trainees made the long journey from their home town Sarajevo in Bosnia-Herzegovina to the beautiful city of Sevilla, in order to take part in a month-long traineeship. During their stay they will improve both their Spanish linguistic skills as well as their professional knowledge and skills. Their different host companies tried their best to make them feel welcome.

Their main tasks included the following:

  • Division of therapy
  • Preparing and applying the patient’s medicine
  • Assistance in performance active and passive exercises
  • Assisting with rehabilitation
  • Providing kinesiotherapy
  • Balancing exercises, proprioception, coordination

During their stay the trainees managed to considerably improve their working skills. But apart from their remarkable work ethic, they also had time to relax and explore the beautiful city of Seville and its surroundings by taking part in cultural trips to Cádiz and Córdoba.

PARTICIPANTS’ OPINIONS

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Marija Sebelic:

‘From the first day everybody was kind and helpful. Nurses had a lot of patience with us, despite the language barriere, and they tried their best to explain everything to us in a calm manner. During these past three weeks I have witnessed firsthand how gentle and genuinely nice all the nurses, physiotherapists and the rest of the staff are with the patients. I really like the working atmosphere. Everybody knows what they should do and they are all excellent at it.’

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Antonija Jozic:

‘My work placement is located at a very modern building and it disposes of new materials and equipments. If you want to spent your final days with permanent smile on your face, then you should definitely come to Fundacion Geron. I like how staff cares for each and every patient and how they connect with each other as well. I’m happy because I have learnt a lot of new things and I have upgraded my professional skills. Nurses and physiotherapists have a lot of understanding for our lack of Spanish knowledge but on our final day we managed to have a nice conversation. I met a lot of nice people and I can recommend this place to everyone.’

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Location

Sevilla

Project Details

Project Title: Work, research and Innovation for the Tomorrow Education
Project Number: 2015-1-HR01-KA102-012807
Number of participants: 20
City & country: Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina)

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