Human Sciences High School- Socioeconomics
Decree on Equal Education N. 2684
Mechanographic Code: MIPMRI500E
Transversal Skills and Orientation Projects (formerly ASL).
For the S. Freud Institute, the PCTO Project plays a role of primary importance .
The committee in charge of this activity designs, defines and coordinates the training plan.
The planning of the course starts first of all with the definition and stipulation of agreements with entities, companies and firms that will host our students in carrying out the practical internship.
The selection of host companies is very carefully taken care of, so that high standards are ensured in workplace safety and real opportunities to carry out tasks inherent to one's training project and course of study.
As per regulations, the host facility is a place of learning in which the student develops new skills, consolidates those learned at school and acquires the culture of work through experience: in fact, the collaborations have as their objective the co-design of training paths that jointly engage school and the world of work.
The PCTO project makes it possible to introduce an innovative teaching methodology that aims to broaden the teaching-learning process, an experience that gives concrete support for orientation and future choice; an opportunity that includes periods of student presence in the company.
Three figures are involved in the project: the students, the business mentor and the school mentor.
The alliance between schools and host realities takes the form of collaboration between internal tutors and external tutors aimed at the positive development of the student's alternation experience. Good collaboration is based above all on the clarity of roles, which we define here.
The functions of the internal tutor (teacher):
The teacher is designated by the educational institution from among those who, having applied for it, possess documentable and certifiable qualifications.
The external tutor, selected by the host structure among individuals who may also be external to it, represents the student's reference figure within the company or institution and, in particular:
The interaction between the internal tutor and the external tutor aims to:
PCTO contact person for our Institute is the teacher Luigi Santino Pulvirenti, who, thanks to a consolidated expertise also in the business field, make high contribution in the activity of project which, thanks to expertise also established in the corporate environment, make high contribution in the design and monitoring of activities.
To implement flexible and culturally and educationally equivalent learning mode, with respect to the outcomes of the second cycle paths, which systematically link classroom training with practical experience.
THE MISSION OF THE SIGMUND FREUD INSTITUTE
The Institute intends to ensure educational offerings aimed at:
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE FAMILY IN PCTO
PCTOs also involve families.
Parents are the most valuable allies in spreading awareness that this experience enriches their children's growth path. It is always parents who become active promoters of alternation experiences for their children's peers, becoming educators in the work realities in which they work.Every parent, in fact, knows the individual value of work, one of the most incisive tools for the realization and expression of one's identity in society. A lever of social mobility and a multiplier of opportunities thanks above all to a work culture not limited to knowing how to do, but above all to knowing how to be, how to relate to others, how to organize one's time, one's life. The PCTO within the school curriculum takes on this value, recognizing in the teachers and the referents of the host realities the safe guides to deal with an experience that has united, in different capacities, different generations.The activities planned in the school-work alternation project and their respective purposes are made explicit, as well as in the Educational Offer Plan, also in the Educational Co-responsibility Pact signed by the student and the family at the time of enrollment. They are experiences that take place in safety, with insurance obligations.Families, therefore, we ask families to support this innovation with us, to encourage host organizations to offer quality pathways and, above all, to propose them, making available to students their own knowledge acquired in the course of their working and life careers.The success of any change always passes through strong responsibilities shared by all actors in the field.
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