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About This Project

In February 20 motivated Polish students made the long journey to Sevilla in order to take part in a life-changing traineeship in their respective fields of work: construction, food technology, IT and hairdressing. During their stay the students managed to greatly improve their professional skills by putting their technical skills into practice.

Their main tasks – across the different sectors – included:

  • Assisting in maintaining a complete inventory of all systems, peripherals, and networking equipment
  • Sharing responsibility for system and data backup including the maintenance
  • Installation, maintenance and configuration of IT software
  • Detection of errors in a computer equipment operation
  • Understanding the cosmetics and hair-care technologies used by Spanish hairdressers
  • Understanding the work organization and equipment usually used by Spanish hairdressers
  • Work planning and workplace organization in accordance with health and safety regulations
  • Estimating food needs, reviewing inventory to assure that adequate supplies are available
  • Assisting in coordinating food service activities to have meals prepared at scheduled time
  • Learning about the typical Spanish cuisine and also Mexican and Italian food

During their stay the trainees gained a lot of useful knowledge and skills that would help them to encounter a better job in the future. But apart from their hard work there was plenty of time left for them to explore the Sevillian sights and take part in cultural activities, such as: cultural trips to Cádiz and Córdoba.



Angelika Agnieszka Piskorz:

‘I came to Sevilla because I wanted to improve my skills with regards to food technology. Thanks to the practice I have learned many useful tricks that will simplify and improve my work in the future. I learned how to prepare many dishes, which are different from those we prepare in Poland. My expectations were quite high and I wasn’t wrong about it at all! During the project I did not only gain knowledge related to food, but I also gained a lot of knowledge about the history of Spain and Seville.’

Dominika Adamczuk:

‘I came to Spain to assist and improve my professional skills and meet new friends. I feel at ease in my job and I would like to develop my skills even further in the future. Thanks to the POWER program my knowledge and skills have increased, I have grown and gotten to know the process of preparing new dishes. I’m happy I took part in this program and I encourage everyone to participate in this project!’



Project Details

Project Title: Dobre praktyki – lepsza praca
Project Number: 2014-1-PL01-KA102-001607
Number of participants: 20
City & country: Zamość (Poland)

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