Projects

Developing Social Rehabilitation through education

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Heimerer College is one of the partners of “Developing Social Rehabilitation through education”. a program funded by Erasmus+. The program aims to change the poor social conditions of the elderly, disabled and chronically ill people in Kosovo. Through our courses at Heimerer College, students will acquire the knowledge and master the skills that aim to improve this specific group people’s social capability.

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Transcultural Open Badges Platform for Migrant’s Transition Mentoring in EARLY LIFE FAMILY CARE

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The Transcultural Open Badges Platform is an EU-funded 3 year project that pays a particular attention to non-recognition of foreign qualifications and prior learning in post-industrial societies.  The aim of the project is recognition of the migrants’ skills and competences and assisting to upgrade the Early Life Family Care services in order to align them with the needs of migrants.

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Student-run Multidisciplinary Allied Health Practice Center

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The Student-run Multidisciplinary Allied Health Practice Center is a project coordinated by Heimerer College with partners from Kosovo and Finland. The project clearly represents the philosophy of Heimerer College which aims to provide opportunities for students to learn by doing. Through health practice centers, students and faculty will have access to facilities to learn and teach in an environment that mimic conditions of a workplace environment. The project will be implemented in different forms such as: workshops, study visits, and seminars. We hope that the center will shape new student generations and will increase the number of researchers and innovators.