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Rebecca Gutkas (2020): Entwicklung von Schulungsunterlagen für Menschen mit Behinderung in Tagesstrukturen und Beschäftigte in Sozialeinrichtungen und Gartenbaubetrieben.
Master / Diploma Thesis - Institut für Landtechnik, BOKU-Universität für Bodenkultur, pp 117. UB BOKU obvsg FullText

Data Source: ZID Abstracts
Abstract:
Inclusion means equal participation for all people in social life. This was introduced by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The project ‘Socially Sustainable Inclusion of People with Disabilities’ (IRMA) aims to give people with disabilities, who are currently cared for and work in social institutions with occupational therapy, also known as day structures, a part in the professional activities of society. This should be achieved in a socially sustainable manner and the barrier-free schooling in work processes is an important aspect of implementation. Therefore, this study was a survey based on eight qualitative expert interviews on the design of a training for people with disabilities in daily structures for social sustainable inclusion in the work processes of horticulture. Subsequently, the training materials were evaluated by the participants according to Green Pedagogy. The interviews conducted were descriptively evaluated by using Mayring’s qualitative content analysis, and the standardized questionnaires of the interviewed stakeholders and disabled people were additionally analyzed and described. As promising measures of the theoretical and practical training for the implementation of inter-company cooperation in the completion of work up to an employment relationship, clear and easy language, practical training, willingness and appreciation as well as the training concept according to Green Pedagogy were determined. Suggestions for improvement of repeated trainings are concentration on the essential contents to be trained, clear text through the use of the easy language and well-coordinated time frames. Targeted support and a learning process via barrier-free training materials are essential to include people with disabilities in public working life.

Beurteilende(r): Quendler Elisabeth
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