Training the Trainer in C-MAP started on 25 of January 2021 and will last 3 days until 27 of January 2021. Sixteen participants from the C-MAP project countries Ireland, the U.K., the Netherlands, Italy, Portugal and Bulgaria will learn about the newly developed coaching-based methodology and a new performance management tool, developed under the C-MAP project. Read More
There was considerable cause for celebration in IT Tralee last month after the college won a European Language Label Award in recognition of its achievements in the field of European projects.
To learn more for the award and why IT Tralee and European programmes have enjoyed a long and illustrious relationship, what the programmes brought to the college and those participating, and whether the pull towards the programmes tend to be personal, professional or a mixture of both, you can find out watching the interview with Kristin Brogan. With her 17-years’ journey in European programmes, Kristin is IT Tralee’s coordinator and promoter of Erasmus+, including C-MAP Project Manager.
Led by Learning Hub Friesland, partners IO2 sees partners develop a new C-MAP Toolkit using the C-MAP methodology and concept developed in the IO1 VET Curriculum and Course. The toolkit creates a set of Coaching MAPS as an ‘off-the-shelf’ solution for managers addressing many of the common performance problems faced by team leaders and managers. Each C-MAP will be presented as a template plan thereby saving managers time and giving them a clear, practical plan to deliver a coaching session using the C-MAP methodology. These common problems are selected based on the varied experience of the project partners, who work individually to develop Coaching MAPS based on the problems their best suited to tackle before peer reviewing all of the C-MAPs to ensure optimum transferability. All of the finalised C-MAPs will be translated added to the project website where they can be downloaded.
The first transnational meeting for the C-MAP project took place on 12 January 2020 in Tralee, Ireland marking the beginning of the project activities with a strong kick-start. The event was hosted by the Irish project partner – Institute Technology Tralee.