- · Increase the level of expertise of the employees in the mental health sector.
- · Increase the level of skills of monitors trainees by training based on scenarios and feedback’s experience.
- · Creation and distribution of tools allowing future Tutors to accompany young professionals.
- · Enhance the attractiveness of the professions linked to mental health.
- · Impact on the motivation of the professionals as well as young than old and reduce absenteeism.
- · Create a link between the generations via a formal and non-formal transmission of knowledge.
- · Make the socio-professional integration of the young employees easier.
- · Propose numerous, flexible and quality job openings to the young persons in training.
- · This project also aims for the consolidation of a European network of centres specialized in psychiatry and mental health in close cooperation with the research and academic fields.
- · Destigmatisation of the mental health field by media and communications events and also with a reinforcement of the link between academic world and mental health.
- · Programme granting 10 ECTS credits, delivered by Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania , and Haute Ecole de la Province de Namur, Belgium , on 4th June 2021 at a reception in Centre Neuro Psychiatrique Saint-Martin, Belgium .
- · Numerous welcomed partners taking part to a good practices network.
- · Access to collective publications for professionals who are not familiar to productions about their practice.
A Europe-wide project
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- Project acronym:
- VETMH TuTo+
- Agreement number:
- Start (dd-mm-yyyy) :
- End (dd-mm-yyyy) :
- Project total duration:
- 36 months
- Centre Neuro Psychiatrique Saint-Martin, Belgium
- National Agency of the Applicant Organisation :
- Key action :
- Vocational education process in European tutoring for immersion trainees in the mental health sector
- Action Type:
- Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training
- Kick-off press conference:
- 12nd October 2018
- Project expert ACSEA:
- Dr. Laurence Fond-Harmant