Best practices – Una orientación para todos

Una orientación para todos 

Esment Escola Professional, Spain

It is an integrated training project within a business environment. 

We want to present a labour training model of attention to young people and people with intellectual disabilities that combines guidance, training and employment in the hotel and catering sector (cooking, catering and bakery) mainly, but also in professions such as: printing, cleaning, administration and gardening. 

The model consists of a 3-year training programme through training and apprenticeship contracts, based on a combination of accredited training (level 1 and level 2 certificates of professionalism) plus other training specialities designed to develop technical as well as personal and social skills. With an eminently practical approach, based on the “learning by doing” methodology, consisting of practice in a real work context.

Objectives: To improve the employability of young people and people with disabilities through guidance and support throughout their professional qualification process.

Target group: Young people with Intellectual Disabilities, from 16 years of age Young people between 16 and 29 years of age

  • Who may or may not have completed compulsory secondary education.
  • Unemployed
  • With professional qualification needs that favour their access to employment.

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CEPA Paulo Freire, Spain

The needs of the students are the center’s priority, and its objectives are:

  • Improve the educational community and optimize the educational environment by promoting activities that promote the psychosocial well-being of students and teachers.
  • Motivate to study and fight against school dropout, taking into account the needs of each student
  • Help students develop as individuals, trying to improve their quality of life through education.
  • Be open to changes and innovations.


  • Help and advise in your academic, professional career and personal development.
  • Collaborate in decision-making
  • Show research mechanisms for academic and professional exits
  • Promote the skills required for their access to different studies, through workshops and dynamics
  • Help the teacher to resolve doubts about qualifications, validations and academic issues
  • Guide teachers in non-curricular adaptation tasks for students who need it
  • Advise students with learning difficulties on methodology issues

The recipients are 484 secondary education students aged 17 to 55.