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Exchange Standards ICX & OGX


Introduction

Dear ICX & OGX Fellows, In this booklet, you will be introduced to all the Exchange Standards that should be delivered by the HOME & HOST Entity in order to make the Exchange Participants go through a memorable experience full of new learning skills. Every Standard will be explained individually in the next pages. Make sure you read them very carefully and if you still have questions, approach your LCVP to cease all your doubts and questions. Thank you!


Exchange Standards


DEVELOPMENT Personal Goal Setting Every Home Entity should organize a space or a meeting for the EP to check his/her LDA and make them set their own goals before starting their experience abroad. Link: http://bit.ly/2jEkWNH

Outgoing Preparation Seminar Every Home Entity needs to organize a space for EPs to introduce:  AIESEC way, LDM and Goal Setting.  Expectation Setting.  Culture Preparation. Link: http://bit.ly/2yc01Wy


Expectation Setting The Host Entity needs to send each approved EP a booklet that includes information about the country, political situation, safety and the basic living cost.

PS. Every LC has already its own Expectation Setting booklet to be sent for EPs after their approval.

Incoming Preparation Seminar The Host Entity needs to organize a space for all EPs to prepare them for their new experience. The space will tackle these following points: • LDA & Goal Setting. • Your Project. • Your responsibilities. • Country’s Culture. Link: http://bit.ly/2yc01Wy


Spaces with OPP Provider Every Enabler needs to deliver a space for all EPs to align the Job Description with their Personal Goals at the beginning and end of their experience. Link: http://bit.ly/2yW4118

Debrief with AIESEC Home The Home Entity needs to contact each EP after their experience to check how was their experience and invite them for a reintegration seminar. Link: http://bit.ly/2ARJDQc


LOGISTICS Visa & Work Permit Every Host Entity needs to send the EP the required documents for the Visa or Work Permit. Link: http://bit.ly/2BQdc1I Link: http://bit.ly/2ArtBO3

Arrival Pick up Every Host Entity needs to communicate to each EP the arrangement for the Arrival Pick-Up. Link: http://bit.ly/2kigvYf

Departure Support Every Host Entity needs to explain to EPs the legal procedure on how to leave the country 2 weeks before their departure or drop them off at the airport. Link: http://bit.ly/2BrYIcs


JOB

Job Description Every EP needs to respect and execute the JD that was mentioned in the opportunity that he/she applied for. Link: http://bit.ly/2AsotZS

Duration The duration of each experience needs to be minimum for 6 weeks. Link: http://bit.ly/2kiJxqW


Working Hour Every EP needs to work at least 25h/week for the GV program and 35h/week for GT program. Link: http://bit.ly/2BQvxvF

First Day of Work An AIESEC Representative needs to assist the EPs at their first day of work. Link: http://bit.ly/2BqnedH


LIVING Insurance Every EP needs to purchase the travel insurance for the period of his/her stay. Link: http://bit.ly/2AbeO61

Accommodation The Host Entity needs to provide the EPs with the accommodation that they promised for their EPs. Link: http://bit.ly/2BS5X9H

Basic Living Cost Every Host Entity needs to inform their EPs about any compensation ( Subsidy or meals) before their travel. Link: http://bit.ly/2iPCW7b


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Exchange Standards | MC Orenda  

This booklet is made to explain all the standards to every member of AIESEC in Algeria in order to be implemented for every Exchange Partici...

Exchange Standards | MC Orenda  

This booklet is made to explain all the standards to every member of AIESEC in Algeria in order to be implemented for every Exchange Partici...

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