ICC 2019 Hereford, England
Voor visueel beperkte jongeren in de leeftijd van 16 tot 21 jaar
22 – 31 juli 2019
ICC 2019 in Hereford, England, is a very special opportunity to learn how Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Assistive Technologies (AT) enrich the life of blind and partially sighted people.
Students from about 15 European countries will enjoy plenty of intercultural activities, communication and networking, planning for future studying, job integration, fun and leisure time activities.
Come and get involved!
ICC: Much More than Technology
Handling ICT and AT have become a prerequisite for blind and partially sighted persons for inclusion in education, vocational training, leisure, culture, politics, … Skills in handling ICT and AT in the information society with a growing awareness for accessibility became a key success factor.
ICC’s focus is on making use of ICT in the best way for
- interaction and communication
- integration in education (school/university)
- enhanced opportunities in the labour market
- independent living and leisure time activities
ICC is an incentive to acquire the skills needed for your own future!
ICC is international, a unique occasion to enjoy yourself and to get the feeling of being part of a greater international community of colleagues with similar interests.
Based on your needs and previous knowledge you are invited to select from a list of more than 20 workshops (3 and 6 hours each), focusing on
- latest ICT / AT (e.g. Internet, music, speech input, games, coding)
- social and presentation as well as daily living skills
- ICT and AT supported mobility
- managing to start to study at university
- job search and labour market integration skills
National co-ordinators support you in putting together your individual workshop programme for the camp.
Leisure Time Activities
ICC is fun! Enjoy fascinating and challenging activities you never thought of – together with peers from all around the world!
The language used at the camp is English. Having good skills in speaking English is absolutely necessary to benefit from the programme.
The general participation fee, covering all expenses for the camp, will not exceed € 500 per participant (travel costs are not included).
Participants enjoy the training and supervision by professionals coming from universities, schools and special organisations from all over Europe.
A trainer : participant ratio of 1 : 3 – that also applies to the varied leisure time programme (days out, swimming, games etc.) – guarantees individual support.
All equipment, including individual AT, will be made available on site.
ICC is managed by the International Association ICC, a non-profit organisation with national co-ordinators in more than 30 countries. Each year one partner acts as the Host of ICC.
Host for ICC 2019:
5 Douglas House
32-34 Simpson Road
Milton Keynes MK1 1BA
Hereford HR1 1DT
International Association ICC:
National Co-ordinator voor Nederland:
Opgave voor ICC 2019 kan naar het e-mail adres:
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