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Be Creative!

Practical projects

Be Creative!

Be Creative!

Practical projects

Be Creative!

Be Creative!

Practical projects

Be Creative!

Be Creative!

 

Practical projects

Be Creative!

Be Creative!

Practical projects

Be Creative!

Be Creative!

Practical projects

Be Creative!

Project description

The goal of practical projects at the vocational and technical school “Górnolaskie Centrum Edukacyjne (GCE)” in Gliwice, Poland, is to provide students with the opportunity of deepening their general and professional knowledge, thereby expanding their skills and qualifications in order to meet the demands of the labor market. The school regularly organizes various courses for increasing vocational qualifications for school students from across Poland. The students are offered the chance to take part in various practical lessons to improve their chances on the job market.

As part of the “Be Creative!” project, a group of students was given the task of independently planning and producing souvenir medals or a statue bearing the Frank Hirschvogel Foundation logo using the graphic software Corel Draw and a laser plotter.

The main goals of the project were to:

- Increase team spirit and creativity

- Learn how to operate the graphic programs and the laser plotter

- Increase the profile of the company Hirschvogel

The project led to highly motivated and enthusiastic students who – besides developing and producing the promotional items, such as medals and displays – also made Christmas gifts, cellphone holders and even a robot with hydraulic drive.

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Project details

Topic: Practical projects

Age category: from 13 years

Venue: School or training center

Duration: 1-2 days

Participation requirements: Project team with a maximum of 10 school students

Project funding

The Frank Hirschvogel Foundation gladly supports practical projects which have a concrete reference to the learning content of the curriculum. The Foundation generally assumes the material costs incurred. Simply contact us!

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