Mobility projects implemented

Mobility projects are one of the areas in which Magenta has been specialized in the last years.

Here you can see those projects that Magenta has managed: Programs as Leonardo da Vinci and, currently the mobility programs Erasmus +

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Active learning, ICT tools and intercultural communication skills

April 2016 Gijon

Erasmus + mobility course  KA1 of Adult Education held in Gijon with the participation of polish educational workers. With a methodology based on participation and active learning.

The aim was to raise awareness of the importance of active learning based on communication and exchange of ideas also recognizing its benefits. After lessons participants made visits and cultural activities in Gijon, Aviles and Oviedo.

Adult Education and European Projects

April 2016 Gijón

Erasmus + KA1 Course of Adult Education mobility, conducted in Gijon with members of an association from Poland. The aim of the course was to provide participants with the tools to manage and prepare European projects promoting the exchange of views and participation. The cultural visits took place in Gijon, Oviedo and Aviles.

Health and Safety in Kindergarden

March 2016 Barcelona

Course under the Erasmus + Mobility Program KA1. Magenta moved to Barcelona to teach the course First aid at Work for a group of teachers of Early Childhood School Halide Edip Adivar anaokulu Antalyan in Turkey.

European Vocational Training (Movilidad en el Mercado Laboral)

March to October 2016 Asturias

Mobility project Erasmus + KA1 (VET mobility) that facilitates the mobility of workers in Europe. Magenta, vocational school Oswiata-Lingwista’Nadbaltyckie Centrum Edukacji Ltd. of Poland and Intergenerational Center Ovida, managed the project in which 80 dentists, massage therapists and dental technicians participated to implement their professional skills in different companies from Gijon and Oviedo. In addition, students improved language skills with Spanish lessons three days a week  and knowing in depth aspects of Asturian culture visiting the most important places in Gijon, Oviedo and Aviles.

Muttual Assistance. Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo da Vinci (TOI)

Bulgary, Turkey

This Transfer of Innovation Project, in which Magenta represented the Spanish  partner, meant the opportunity to know the initiative promoted by Bhagavat Educational Trust thanks to that youngsters at risk of social exclusion have the  opportunity to help orphaned and “street” children going for several days to Bulgaria and Turkey. It is a Programme that, as the youngsters describe, changed their lives  because it is so motivated that this participation meant for them joining volunteer  projects, restart their training and accessing to the labor market.

T.I.C.T.2: Tourism and ICT for a sustainable development


Magenta was the intermediary organization that manages this Leonardo da Vinci  mobility project. Thanks to it, 8 young people from the Italian province of Belluno  participated who took part during 11 weeks in an internship in the following  organizations from the touristic sector: Vetusta Hotel, Recrea Asturias, ANCCP, Audiovisual Cluster of Asturias, Abba Playa Gijon Hotel and Mar Violeta Association.
Apart from this contact with the labor market, their stay in Asturias meant a high improvement of their communication skills in Spanish. During 40 hours they  attended to a Spanish language course directed by the Magenta team. At the end of  this training all of them had a C1 level in Spanish oral expression.

Seminario Web2U: Developing women’s skills for the future labour market

March 2012 Gijón 

In this seminar, held in March 2012, took part 17 women from different countries:  Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Bulgaria and Latvia.  All of  them were, until that moment, reluctant to use new technologies because they  believed it required special skills they did not have or that it was useless for finding  employment and access to the labor market.

Thanks to the participation in the seminar, they demystified the technology world.  They acquired the knowledge and skills needed to handle simple tools that allowed  them to recognize the potential of ICT. Throughout the week they created their own  blog, they developed their virtual CV and a video presentation, a portfolio EUROPASS,  Wikis, social networking accounts, etc.