Presentation of other partners in the project- comparing vocational school systems

Classes start at the earliest at the Electric Technonal School in Kielce – at 7:30, and at the latest at Cinel in Lisbon – at 8:30. 

Classes end at the latest at Cinel – 17.00, and at the earliest in Salesianos Santisima Trinidad in Sevilla – 14:30. 

In Poland, the maximum number of hours per day is 8, while in Spain only 6.

There are two lunch breaks in the ZSE: the first one lasts 20 minutes from 10.45 to 11.05 and the second break lasts from 13.20 to 13.30; at Cinel the break is one and lasts 1 hour from 12:30 to 13:30, while in Salesianos there is also one break, but it only lasts 30 minutes (11.00-11.30).

During the week, the number of hours for youth in the ZSE ranges from 32 to 36 lessons, a similar number of hours is at Cinel (35 hours), while in Salesianos the number of professional subjects is 24, while general ones 6 (30 in total).

The most numerous classes are in ZSE – 34, the least numerous at Cinel – 20.

As far as vocational  education is concerned, at Cinel and Salesianos classes are not divided into groups (1 teacher takes the whole class), while in ZSE, depending on the specialization of the class, students are divided into 2 or 3 groups.