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Declaration on ERASMUS strategy

Declaration on strategy ERASMUS'IRFSS Nord-Pas-de-Calais has anchored and reported an ambitious European mobility project relevance to the National French Red Cross institutional project: to train professionals open to the world.

These goals translate from 3 priorities:

  • Interculturalism, for a report of reciprocal exchange in the understanding and respect for the identity of partners.
  • The cross, which is expressed through knowledge cooperate with other professionals, facilitating links between the structures, services, health actors and European social where the pooling of skills is a major asset.
    • Integrative alternately, allowing the development of skills deployed in professional practice enriched experiences (internships diversity, diversity of populations in its care, diversity of health and social contexts).

The choice of our partners wants to be more qualitative, it is by listening to the wishes of students, and the inclusion of individual contacts of students and staff. It relies on the contribution of the Institute training of health cadres (IFSI trainers and field) and is already a central point in the IRFSS in terms of nursing research, education and management; particularly as regards mobility: the  warranty identify qualifying courses, the creation of reception and accompanying protocols of the students and sharing of training opportunities tailored proposals for a more professional way. This choice is expanding with the help of the Red Cross network (volunteers, Red Cross European schools, our partners and their network). The educational criteria including relevance to our training manual, mastery of the language are preferred. The differentiation of selected structures must be relevant to the objectives of the student. The geographical selection has been made in fact in connection with the above criteria and also taking into account the ease accessibility for students.

Currently we contacted the following universities: Hanover (Germany), Leuven (Belgium) Bielsko Biala (Poland), Zlin (Czech Republic). Initially mobility is on the course, which will allow us to better understand our partners before expanding on mobility studies. Our training is highly regulated exchanges allow us to verify the feasibility and compatibility of two training systems. Priority will be given in the personal trainers at the heart of student support and educational engineering and administrative staff to enable the exchange of best practices and know the administrative procedures and monitoring students. This weaving of European links should be a source of professional expertise to search our sites, an increase of the quality of our teaching, and the guarantee of new knowledge for students who have gained access to mobility. The criteria for validating student projects are: commitment, motivation and project feasibility; investment in learning; serious behavior; the language level.

We welcome both students and staff to develop the European miscegenation and create a space for permanent and sustainable exchange. Regarding incoming students it seems important that our mobility offering is in line with their expectations and needs.

The terms of access for people with disabilities

Erasmus programs are open to people with disabilities. Every person with disabilities, or employee of IRFSS student nurse sector, wishing to participate in the Erasmus program, should contact Mr Guffroy, ERASMUS regional coordinator IRFSS NPDC.

Preparation and linguistic support

For our students participating in ERASMUS, we offer an English seminar before their mobility as well as support the use of OLS platform.

The implementation of the recognition of mobility

Internship offered mobilities are within the framework of mandatory interim Internship nursing education and provide, in effect, granting associate ECTS.

Note that IRFSS NPDC no offers so far for study mobility.




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