Between November 20 and 26, 2017, Anghel Kancev University students took a practical visit to Romania, Calarasi County. After arriving, they were presented with a working agenda, presenting the objectives they had visited during the 6 days.
On the first day, they participated in a work shop session on safety and health at work. The content of the training was in accordance with Law no. 319/2006: risks and measures, access and evacuation routes, SSH training, OSH signaling, ways of acting at fire, specific risks to office activities so that they do not expose themselves to the risk of personal injury or illness. other person who may be affected by his actions or omissions during the work or workplace visit.
On the second day, the practice started with the visit of the Calarasi County Agency for Employment, where the students were welcomed by Deputy Director Mariana VASILE and EURES inspector for Calarasi County, Magda Neculae.
The agency manages human resources management, mediating occupational issues, training and professional development as well as protecting the unemployed,
The students participated in the presentation of the employment policies, the employment conditions of the foreigners in Romania, the forms to be filled in order to find a job. There were presented methods of informing and professional counseling for people looking for a job.
The EURES expert presented informative materials useful for people looking for a job, for those who want to change their jobs or want to attend vocational training courses for the European space market.
Practitioners were very interested in the Romanian labor market, comparing the information received from the two Romanian experts with the conditions, legislation and similar institutions in their country.
The group’s working day continued with the Calarasi Adult Training Center.
The Deputy Director of the institution, Claudia Popa, made a presentation of the institution and its activity.
Regional Center for Adult Vocational Training (CRFPA) Calarasi is distinguished as an institution of public interest, which has an active role in employment through the high quality services it offers.
Another point on the agenda was the visit to Calarasi City Hall. Here they were received by deputy mayor, Viorel Ivanciu. It presented the structure of the institute, the activity developed by it for the development and modernization of the city.
Director of Development Directorate, Luminita Trifu talked about the opportunities offered by the European Funds during the 2014-2020 programming period, as well as the documents elaborated by the Calarasi City Hall requested in order to access the European instruments.
On the third day of practice, Silistra students went to the Calarasi County Council, a local public authority led by President Vasile ILIUTA.
The Director of the Regional Development and External Relations Department presented the organization and functioning of the County Council’s specialized apparatus.
The Public Manager presented similarities and differences between the local public administration in Romania and the administrative organization in the Republic of Bulgaria, all with the help of the students.
Considering that Calarasi County is predominantly agricultural, the group of students was taken to visit ILYA AGRO, PROD CARN ILIUTA and Vilcelele Rural Development Consortium.
Visit at SC DENCAR SRL – agricultural company, headed by Denisa Ciulinaru, whose main activity is the cultivation of cereals (excluding rice), leguminous plants and oilseeds. The manager made a tour of the farm with the students, presenting their equipment, warehouses and workspace.
On the fourth day, the students had the opportunity to make the following visits: Visit to SC MEDIA AGROFARM JEGALIA – young successful entrepreneur. Dairy producing company (cheese, cheese, urda).
Visit to SC Artex Conf SRL – Catalina Badea – young successful entrepreneur (recently established company having the activity of textile garments – own creations). Baden11 wants to position itself in the fashion industry as a young brand with a bold identity.
Visiting SC MEDIA PRINT SRL – printing and publishing house. Established in 1994, the MEDIAPRINT printing house offers offset and digital printing services. Here the students were welcomed by the owner of Aurelia Ion, who presented their full flow from the preparation of the mold to the printing of the product.
Day 5 was dedicated to the educational domain through visits to the following high schools in Calarasi:
Visit to Dan Mateescu Calarasi Technological High School – dual and professional education.
Dual education is a form of organizing vocational and technical education, organized on the initiative of interested economic operators, as potential employers and practice partners.
Ensures increased education and training opportunities on the basis of a partnership contract and individual training contracts, through practical training organized under the primary responsibility of economic operators.
Economic operators provide students with practical training, scholarship at the level of public funds and other expenses for student quality education;
Visit to Stefan Banulescu College Calarasi
The College has the following subjects in the curriculum:
Vocational Branch: Profile: Pedagogic, Profile: Visual Arts, Profile: Music, Real Profile – Specialization: Natural Sciences.
Technological line – Profile: Services – Specialization: Technician in gastronomy.
3 years professional education – Food and Food Industry.
Second Chance Program – Domain: Food Industry.
On the last day of the visit, the students of the University Angel Kanchev were invited to the Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture Calarasi. Here the organization’s Director presented her work, the projects implemented and the ongoing ones.
FLAG Presentation –
FLAG “Calarasian Danube” is a Romanian legal entity, private law, non-patrimonial, independent, organized, founded on the basis of Ordinance 26/2000 on association and foundations. The “Carpathian Danube” FLAG has been set up as a public-private partnership with partners from three sectors, namely the public sector, fisheries sector operators and fishermen associations and civil society. The partnership is made up of 22 members.Handing Certificates of Participation – a special moment at the end of the practice.