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Language Itinerary

The main objective of the Language Itinerary, which cuts across all BAC programmes, is to develop Catalan and Spanish skills among the participants on the different programmes. Supporting participants to achieve a good language level, in both Catalan and Spanish, allows them to access different training opportunities, create a social support network and expand their options in the labour market.

At the same time, it enhances the participants’ autonomy and allows them to create a better connection with their environment, thereby increasing their confidence in daily life and the workplace and boosting their independence and future prospects.

Thanks to agreements with the Coordinator of Language Associations (CAL) and the Consortium for Linguistic Standardisation (CpNL), the Language Itinerary offers people in the process of gaining social stability the possibility of obtaining official Catalan certification. This itinerary is co-financed by the Catalan government.

Training Itinerary

The Training itinerary, which cuts across all BAC programmes, promotes social advancement through training as the first step for the participants on the different programmes to find employment.

The itinerary seeks to facilitate academic inclusion in training programmes through guidance and support in signing up for training courses. Fostering the development of basic and professional skills helps improve students’ future prospects.

At the same time, we also promote networking and academic support from specialised professionals and volunteers who act as academic advisors or mentors by providing students with personalised monitoring and advice to ensure that they succeed in their training programmes. The key objective of this collaborative and personalised approach is to help familiarise students with the working conditions and professional situation in the sector that interests them, thus improving their job prospects and autonomy.

We collaborate with entities such as Mescladís, PES Martí Codolar and Escola PIA and receive scholarship funding for hosted students from Nous Cims and Fundació Espavila.

Employability Itinerary

The Employability Itinerary, which cuts across all BAC programmes, aims to promote employability through training, preparation for employment and networking with companies and entities in the sector to promote diversity in different professional areas.

This itinerary offers job coaching through workshops on career guidance, CV writing, profile management on job platforms and preparation for job interviews. This support is provided through the person responsible for the itinerary and expert volunteers, in collaboration with specialised entities and other companies that allow us not only to offer job opportunities to the people we support and accompany, but also to raise awareness about the circumstances of this group in our city.

The main entity we collaborate with is Fundació Integra.

Administrative and Legal Itinerary

The main purpose of the Legal and Administrative Itinerary, which cuts across all BAC programmes, is to ensure equal rights for migrants by working on administrative regularisation procedures with a view to fostering their social bonds and ensuring they have access to the world of training and employment.

To do this, the person responsible for the itinerary (a lawyer) provides personalised monitoring to the migrants we support and accompany through the administrative regularisation process. This can include support for registering with the municipality, applying for a health card and obtaining proof of stability. At the same time, we also offer a space with legal professionals, known as the legal and administrative information point, which provides information, training and assistance in handling legal and administrative procedures.

And to ensure that people receive all the support they need to achieve administrative regularisation, we collaborate with other specialised entities and organisations such as Creu Roja, Fundació Hada, FICAT, IACTA, Movimiento por la Paz, Càritas, Fundació Putxet and Noves Vies. Promoting and fostering networking makes it possible to offer a more comprehensive support system and, at the same time, to create training courses for volunteers and the people we support and accompany with a view to ensuring that everyone is aware of the procedures and is able to act in an informed manner.




Psychological and Emotional Itinerary

The Psychological and Emotional Itinerary offers individual or group psychological and emotional support to the people who form part of the different BAC programmes. We work to create support spaces through specialists, training capsules, workshops and listening circles to help the individuals we support and accompany learn how to manage and express their feelings, emotions and concerns associated with the real-life situations they encounter. We offer coping and emotional management tools to enhance the autonomy and resilience of all the people we support and accompany.

The itinerary also offers support for volunteers and, of course, the team that provides direct care to ensure that they have the tools to manage complex situations from an emotional standpoint.

The main entity we collaborate with is the Institut Integratiu GRAAS.