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Case description Kledi

by Dr Vittorio Lannutti, Professional Educator in psychiatry and researcher in the field of local situations and experiences of juvenile and adult migrants in Italy. He is employed at Social Cooperative COOSS MARCHE Onlus andin Walking For, he also collaborated with the Polytechnic University of Marche – Ancona (Italy). Since the 2002 he collaborates with the Department of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at the “G. D’Annunzio” University – Chieti-Pescara (Italy), where he become in 2014 PhD in Social Sciences: Theory, Applications and Interventions.

Initial situation

Kledi gets in contact with the Counsellor in order to improve his occupational situation. He joins the counselling sessions within the project Join in a Job! with enthusiasm and demonstrates a high level of cooperation.

The Counsellor knew Kledi before the interviews at issue, because two years before he met him for a research carried out for the Polytechnic University of Marche, about the condition of juvenile migrants that frequented vocational schools.

Counselling process 19 August 2009

He came to Italy 2004 in order to find better living conditions, to be obtained by a satisfactory work. He speaks Italian now very well and is personally confident with Italian people, he likes situations where reciprocal understanding is facilitated and promoted: for instance, he acts as a mediator for his friends with language limits and he likes to cover this task.

Kledi attended a professional secondary school in Italy, within a specific course to certificate his competences. After becoming a Blue Collar he attended a vocational training to obtain the Certificate of Electrician. Now he works part-time for a cleaning company but only when he is required for. He feels that this job is not good for him and without future perspectives. He thinks that he is not learning enough in this job. He is oriented toward a job related with his study and VET background, particularly those jobs where personal skills are a relevant aspect. He thinks to target his aims by any means, even if, at the moment it is important for him mainly to find a stable job, within a working environment where he could find friends and not only colleagues.

Therefore he would like to find a stable work. His main fields of interest are informatics and electronics; he likes to attend laboratory activities, to join stages and meeting new people. In the past he worked as a carpenter for few months in 2008, dealing with the recycle of materials. He had no particular issues in comprehending the tasks and the requests of colleagues. The job ended when the company had reduced work.

Kledi is aware that he must apply himself to reach his goals, and he is ready to show his skills. That’s why he appreciates to use the Join in a Job! Method in order to go through his capabilities in a deeper way and to put them on a due emphasis.

24 August 2010

In the further counselling process it becomes clear that Kledi needs support from a training and psychological point of view; he should be stimulate to find new job opportunities and to continually put on the due emphasis his self-esteem and self-confidence. He seems rather disheartened and discouraged, probably because of the fact that he found no work as electrician, besides the fact that, at the moment of the interview, he carried out a precarious and not at all satisfactory work for him.

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The major objective for Kledi, identified with the counsellor, is to find a work as electrician. The intermediate goal is to find a more stable job.

For these reasons, Kledi and the counsellor decided that it’s fundamental that he attends more often the Job agencies and the Job Centre, at least once a week, as above underlined. From the side of the counsellor, he will continue in stimulating Kledi in this task.

For him, the Action Plan suggested consists on periodic meetings with the counsellor in order to monitor his improvements in the job search and to improve his way to deal with job interviews. New meetings are expected for the incoming 2010. Kledi must periodically and more often than now go to the Job Center and the Job agencies to match new opportunities, both for stable as well as temporary works.

The counsellor will look for other job opportunities through different channels (newspapers, internet) and he will communicate them as they come. The counsellor is also looking for new VET opportunities.

Another task by Kledi is the personal research of job announcements every week; the counsellor will be engaged in the consultation of the trade unions, for other opportunities and ideas. At last, the required support is defined as a moderate one.

The next step in the counselling process is the identification of competencies with the tools of the Job box. They help to increase the process of awareness in the capabilities and skills of the boy, favouring the elements concerning his self-esteem.

Among his strengths, Kledi considers mainly his study title (secondary professional school), and, concerning his personality, he considers mainly his kindness and the capability to interact with other people.

He thinks that the most important values learned within his family are the respect, the value of the single individual, the capability to listen and respect others’ viewpoints, the capability to distinguish good from evil, and the value of friendship, learned within his relationship environment.

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Final situation

The major objective for Kledi, identified with the counsellor, is to find a work as electrician. The intermediate goal is to find a more stable job.

For these reasons, Kledi and the counsellor decided that it’s fundamental that Kledi attends more often the Job agencies and the Job Centre, at least once a week, as above underlined. From the side of the counsellor, he will continue in stimulating Kledi in this task.

The counsellor will look for other job opportunities through different channels (newspapers, internet) and he will communicate them as they come. The counsellor is also looking for new VET opportunities.

Conclusions of counsellor Estimation of case

Kledi needs a kind of educational and psychological support to enhance his self-esteem. He showed discouragement and mistrust, maybe because he didn’t find a work as electrician and because at the moment of the interviews he carried out a precarious job and not in the least satisfactory for him.

The Plan of Action consists in two monthly interviews with the Counsellor that should monitor the job contacts effected by the juvenile migrant and his modality to deal with. Time expenditure

The interviews were two, each one with a duration of two hours. Applicability of method

According to the Counsellor the following instruments are very useful: “I determine my strengths”, “Need for Action”, “Plan of Action” and “Personal Data”. The first three allow to establish a horizontal relationship with the young, to make him more aware about himself and about that he should do to improve his situation, to promote his self-esteem.

Because of there are many similar questions presented with different modalities about the training and job CV, it’s preferable to reduce them for each subject.

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