Polish trainees from Jawor working in Ubeda | Euromind
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About This Project

A group of 19 students from Jawor (Poland) spent in May three weeks in Ubeda for an internship as mechanics, economics, logistics, and CNC. They came to Spain to learn more about their future jobs in theoretical and practical training courses and enhancing their knowledge and skills.




The economics trainees were creating and modify documents using office software and preparing, printing or scanning and placing documents in electronic and paper filing systems documents.
The car mechanics were assisting in car body repairing i.e. welding, brazing, riveting and performing basic mechanical operations like oil and filter change, disassembling, assembling and replacing defective parts, washing of engine and other car components.
The logistic interns were receiving the supplies and they were in charge of placing products in the warehouse and in the shop.
The trainees from the CNC sector were preparing computer numerical controlled (CNC) machines and monitoring the machining process.
All trainees took part in a Spanish course, what helped them to communicate at work and in everyday situations during their stay.



The group had the opportunity to visit many beautiful Spanish places and participate in various cultural activities.
In the first week of their internship, they went for a “tapas night” to try typical Spanish dishes in relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Another afternoon they made your own soap using only natural ingredients on the Natural Cosmetic workshop.
The group went on a trip to Monachil to walk alongside and through the Monachil river, and enjoy contemplate beautiful views, waterfalls, and the famous hanging bridges.



We hope that our trainees learned a big deal during their internship and that it will help them in the future in their privet and most of all in their professional lives.



Wiktor Jaworski:

‘I am very happy with my practice. My tutors and colleagues from work are very supportive and friendly. They always help me when I need their consultation. During my internship, they used to give me some tips how to behave in the workshop. I am sure I will use it in the future. I would like to repeat this experience’!



Malwina Martyniak:

‘In my internship, I have met a lot of lovely people. My duties are quite easy for me, as I have to ass products to the website and to archive docs. During this practice, I learned how many combinations I must do to create some product. My tutor and colleagues are very kind. We do not speak English, but we always find some way to communicate!’.


Alan Stańczak:

‘I am very satisfied with my internship. The team is friendly and helpful. Our tutor is also friendly and easy-going. I learned how to use specialistic machines which are in the warehouse. The language barrier was a little problem but we are dealing with it. I really recommend this project to other students. I would repeat this practice because the only disadvantage was that I missed my girlfriend and my family.’.



Project Details

Project Title: Hola Erasmus + w Hiszpanii
Project Number: 2017-1-PL01-KA102-037333
Number of participants: 19
City & country: Jawor (Poland)

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