Transfer of existing training modules or existing training concepts to the partner countries i.e. to France (Lycée Peltier) and to the United Kingdom(Royal Forest of Dean College).
The existing training modules result from earlier projects Bekosch and eLvet: During the project Bekosch modules have been developed which help young performers to acquire vocational skills during the winter months. They can get basic knowledge especially in business administration, data processing, accounting welding and airbrushing. The EU project Elvet supplemented this training concept with e-learning modules, which enable young showmen during the summer travel months to complete their education and vocational training.Adaptation and improvement of existing training modules in order to develop a job description and to describe qualification requirements (business-oriented training) in the fairground business and their splitting into training units on the basis of the EQF (European Qualifications Framework) of vocational training.
Engendering of acceptance within the target group and educational institutions for setting up training and further education opportunities in order to introduce a vocational training "showman". Although the completion of individual learning units is already a success and could be sufficient for a particular occupation, the aim should be to acquire an entire qualification which represents the real workflows to get to know and understand interdependencies.
Development of a concept and an organizational framework for the profession "showman" which involves e-learning units and considers the acquisition of skills. This does not depend on learning venues and can also informally be achieved in the fairground business. Review of possible involving of technical and commercial contents and of skills required in the catering sector.