The MiCare project combines the bottom-up approach and the European project approach by using common references as the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) and the European Quality Assurance in Vocational Education and Training (EQAVET). The combined methodology provides, in one hand, a better understanding of the target group specific needs, and, in the other hand, ensures strong compliance with European standards, facilitating the adaptation and integration of project tools to different contexts.
1. Benchmarking report
A comparative report about the existing opportunities to support integration and training for migrant caregivers in Europe. The reports deliver an overview on the different training for migrant workers and the tools to recognise their degree in each partner country.
- A repository of 25 good practices to support migrants integration, especially migrant women, into the labour market.
- A synthesis of recommendations from experts to better train and integrate migrant women.
- Identification of competences and skills needed to work in the care sector.
- A repository of existing legislation in partner countries as regards health and care system, education, training and certification in social and healthcare
Identification of five core areas essential for carers working with older people
- Care work as a professional service.
- Legal regulations relating to care work.
- Household and everyday Help .
- Personal aid.
- Care work
An online questionnaire, embedded on an interactive digital tool, AssessmentQ, and translated in all partner languages.
- Includes auto-assessment questions, to measure the level of confidence of migrant women in their capacities, and assessment questions, to measure prior knowledge and competences in an objective way.
- Can be used as tool for guidance professionals and trainers working with migrants.
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4. Training toolkit
The training toolkit includes modules and materials to support professional and social integration of migrants. It pays attention to cultural aspects, national language, communication, and relational skills. Diverse and responsive teaching and training work styles are possible in the training.
- 5 modules based on skills highlighted in the Competence Framework.
- A blended learning format: Face to face modules and online activities embedded in the moodle platfrom.
- A set of activities (collective and individual).
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A practical guide on how to use MiCare tools and materials. The document is intendent to career guidance, counseling and trainers working with migrants in order to contribute to the improvement of the learning offer for migrant home caregivers, and the quality offer for care recipients. The guidelines also offer an overview of the project challenges and the lessons learned.
6. Position paper
Final deliverable of the project, it is aimed at decision makers and any stakeholder interested in MiCare-related topics. It offers a clear and contextualised summary of the project and its potential for the integration of migrants in the PHS sector.
- Key points related to the project methodology and results
- Recommendations on how, and why to use the MiCare material
- Reminder of the EU challenges related to the long-term care and integration of migrant workers into the PHS sector