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TRAVORS2 project group

 

TRAVORS2 is supported by the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme.  The partners are the Department for Work and Pensions, Merosystem SRO, Rehabilitation Network Ltd, Selcuk University, Stan Lester Developments, Univerzitetni rehabilitacijski inštitut Republike Slovenije – Soča, and VšĮ Edukaciniai projektai.  This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

 

 

 

 

TRAVORS2 (Training for Vocational Rehabilitation Services) was a European Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation project led by Rehabilitation Network Ltd.   It is designed to improve practitioner effectiveness in assisting disabled people to return to work through transferring skills-based training in tested, modern methods of rehabilitation practice.  TRAVORS2 ran between 2010 and 2012, with partners in the UK, Czech Republic, Turkey, Lithuania, and Slovenia. 

TRAVORS2 developed and agreed the standards for the European Practitioner Certificate in Disability Employment (EPC). 

 

  Project summary

  Presentation by Jenny Chapman, the project leader

  An article by Stan Lester on TRAVORS2 and the development of the EPC

  Article by James O’Malley on training for vocational rehabilitation

  Article by David Imber on skills for VR practitioners

  Guidance on work-based assessment.

 

The project partners were: 

 

  Merosystem, Czech Republic

  VšĮ Edukaciniai projektai, Lithuania

  URI-Soča, Slovenia

  Selçuk University, Turkey

  Rehabilitation Network Ltd, UK

  Stan Lester Developments, UK

  Department for Work and Pensions, UK.