Lista de projetos desenvolvidos pela linha de investigação "Recursos Humanos: potenciar pessoas, organizações e comunidades"
Alumni and career development throughout the life cycle
Name of the Project: Alumni and career development throughout the life cycle Project Number: 01-2018 Project Lifetime: 1st of September 2018 until 30th of June 2020 Project Coordinator: Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) Type of Project: Parceria com a indústria
Partners Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal), European University in Budapest (Hungary), Riga Technical University (Latvia), MD Emotional Branding (UK), Iuliu Hațieganu University (Romania), Kit United (France), NOYO (Spain), Holland Alumni network (The Netherlands)
Project Summary The strategic approach to alumni’s career development needs, throughout the life cycle, provides a valuable and unique framework to guide alumni relations. Within this framework, potential students/candidates, as well as students, are already considered as pre-alumni. Additionally, the distinction among career-life stages provides a useful outline to the alumni relations field. At the same time, this framework allows Higher Education Institutions to better prepare students and graduates to effectively navigate their working lives. This project aims to research alumni relations practices and its contribution to facilitate career development.
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Diana Aguiar Vieira Prof. Viviana Meirinhos (linha de RH do CEOS.PP)
BUiLD - Building Universities in Leading Disaster Resilience
Name of the Project: BUiLD - Building Universities in Leading Disaster Resilience Project Number: 610447-EPP-1-2019-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP Project Coordinator: University of Gloucestershire (England, United Kingdom) Type of Project: Erasmus+ KA2 Capacity Building for Higher Education Project Lifetime: 15th of November 2019 until 14th of November 2022
Partners Universitas Islam Indonesia (Yogyakarta,Indonesia) Universitas Ahmad Dahlan (Yogyakarta, Indonesia) President University (Jakarta, Indonesia) Universitas Andalas (Padang, Central Sumatera) Universitas Khairun (Ternate, Maluku Utara) Universitas Muhammadiya (Palu Sulawesi) Universitas Lambung Mangkurat (Banjamarsin, South Borneo) Universitas Surabaya (North Java, Indonesia) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) University College Copenhagen (Denmark) Hafelakar (Austria)
Aims and Objectives The project aims to create a Centre of Excellence in Disaster Resilience in each participating Indonesian HEI. These centres will oversee the implementation of a comprehensive Disaster Resilience Framework within the respective HEIs. This framework integrates resilience capacity building at multiple levels of HEIs, including the individual, programme, institutional and network level. It addresses several aspect of resilience capacity building, including HEI governance, disaster response and recovery capability, disaster awareness education, curriculum development, internal and external information exchange and knowledge transfer. Through this, the project seeks to increase the attractiveness of disaster resilience education at HEI level in order to build future research, innovation and leadership capacity in this field.
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Viviana Meirinhos
Other researchers involved Prof. António Marques (ESS-P.Porto)
GeNeus – Gender Neutral Performance and Aptitude Testings
Name of the Project: GeNeus – Gender Neutral Performance and Aptitude Testings Project Number: 2017-1-AT01-KA202-035051 Project Coordinator: Frauen im Brennpunkt (Austria) Type of Project: Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training
Partners Bimec Ltd. (BG) InovaMais – Serviços de Consultadoria em Inovação Tecnológica S.A. (PT) Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo Danilo Dolci (IT) Servicio Regional de Empleo y Formacion de la Region de Murcia (ES) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal)
Project Summary The project aims at the development, promotion and mainstreaming of a Set of Matrices of Gender Neutral Testing. These Tests will improve equal opportunities of both genders in educational and professional performance, especially also as these tools will be available for free and so many organisations will have access. (at the moment many organisations who cannot afford standardized tests are working with a kind of self-made testing forms, so there might be big differences in quality too).
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Ana Cláudia Rodrigues Prof. Ana Luisa Martinho Prof. Ana Isabel Couto Prof. Manuel Salvador Araújo (linha de RH do CEOS.PP)
SOCS - Strategic Organisation Counseling using Symbols for Visualization
Name of the Project: SOCS - Strategic Organisation Counseling using Symbols for Visualization Project Number: 2019-1-ES01-KA202-064348 Project Coordinator: Asociación Caminos - Asociación para el intercambio educación y desarrollo social (Spain) Type of Project: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for VET Project Lifetime: 1st of November 2019 until 30th of October 2021
Partners Hafelekar Unternehmensberatung Schober GmbH (AT) Bimec Ltd. (BG) CSI Center for Social Innovation Ltd (CY) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal)
Aims and Objectives
The objective of the SOCS project is to improve entrepreneurial practice by improving the skills of the responsible staff, especially those in charge in small organizations by the approach of symbol work. During the two years project period, partners aim to identify the areas of interventions most needed by the targets, by finding the existing tools most adequate for use, adapt them if needed or to develop new tools based on symbol work, especially for the final download versions or online versions of the tools for free use.
Regarding the specific Intellectual Outputs, partners aim to focus on the different intervention areas of business counselling: IO1 - Symbol - Toolset for Strategical Organizational Development IO2 - Symbol - Toolset for Team Development IO3 - Symbol - Toolset for efficient Communication and Conflict Interventions IO4 - Symbol - Toolset for Work Place - Quality Check and Evaluation of Staff Satisfaction
and to ensure their multiplication and mainstreaming, via an effective dissemination and exploitation strategy.
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Viviana Meirinhos Prof. Ana Cláudia Rodrigues Prof. Ana Luisa Martinho
Other researchers involved Prof. António Marques (ESS-P.Porto)
SymfoS Youth Care - New pathways and Training models for Counselling in Youth Services
Name of the Project: SymfoS Youth Care - New pathways and Training models for Counselling in Youth Services Project Number: 2018-1-DE01-KA202-005183 Project Coordinator: Sozialwerk Dürener Christen (Germany) Type of Project: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for VET Project Lifetime: 1st of September 2018 until 31st of August 2020
Partners Hafelekar Unternehmensberatung Schober GmbH (AT) University of Gloucester LBG (England, UK) Asociación Caminos - Asociación para el intercambio educación y desarollo social (ES) Colegio Oficial de Doctores y Licenciados em Ciencias Políticas y Sociología de Andalucía (ES) Associação A3S (PT) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal)
Aims and Objectives 1) Basic research report for Symbol work in Youth Welfare provision in the different project countries; 2) Development of a self-assessment tool; 3) Curriculum for Training competences of Symbol coaches; 4) International train the trainer workshop and following National train the trainer Events. 5) Peer and Mentoring Concept to support the implementation of personalised pathways; 6) Integration /cooperation within existing networks / Education for Youth Welfare on Partner Countries level and promotion on European Level by HE partners; 7) The external Evaluation and quality assurance; 8) SymfoS for Youth Care Learning platform and virtual network space.
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Viviana Meirinhos Prof. Ana Luísa Martinho
Project Website https://www.symfos-youth.eu
ULISSE Understanding, Learning and Improving Soft Skills for Employability
Name of the Project: ULISSE Understanding, Learning and Improving Soft Skills for Employability Project Number: 2018-1-IT01-KA203-048286 Project Coordinator: Università di Pisa (Italy) Type of Project: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education Project Lifetime: 1st of September 2018 until 30th of June 2021
Partners Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) Miguel Hernandez University (Spain) University of Latvia (Latvia) Erre Quadro (Italy)
Aims and Objectives The general objective of our project is to unveil soft skills, agreeing on a new frame for “not-so-soft-skills” and creating training paths for addressing the real company’s NSSS needs, to easing the matchmaking between companies and students. In other words, the main objective is providing ad hoc tools and methods, organized by structured courses, which could ensure effective and Pareto efficient results.
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Diana Aguiar Vieira Prof. Isabel Ardions Prof. Manuel Salvador Araújo Prof. Paula Carvalho Prof. Viviana Meirinhos