Name: E-Skills Training on Employability Practices & Solutions.The project envisages increasing the mobility of vocational school students from five EU countries by developing their knowledge and skills in the area of soft employability skills and the development of an European area of learning by improving the quality of teachers/educators. The project will directly involve 500 students, 100 teachers and a number of representatives of educational institutions. During the project, students will undertake a course on soft employability skills (6 competencies) implemented in two stages - workshops in groups of 10 people supported by an e-learning platform and as part of self-education.
- Innovative e-learning platform
- Teaching materials for workshops
- Online platform
- Didactic guides for educators- Film from a case study
Programme:KA2-Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices; KA202-Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training;
Duration:1.10.2020 – 30.09.2022Partners: STOWARZYSZENIE “EURO LIDER”- Poland, Asociacion Valencia Inno Hub- Spain, UNIVERZA V MARIBORU- Slovenia, Know and Can Association- Bulgaria, E.RI.FO- ENTE DI RICERCA E FORMAZIONE- Italy;
Name: Upskilling Pathways for Employability
Nowadays more than 15% of the of the EU population aged 15-29 falls in the group of NEETs (people Not in Education, Employment, or Training). One of the goals of Europe 2020 strategy is at least 75% of the 20-64 year-olds to be employed, therefore all member states launched various national programmes for continuous trainings of longterm unemployed citizens to raise their qualifications and employability.
The project aim is by exploring the diverse national experiences in supporting disadvantaged groups to introduce an innovative UPthEM training programme to empower employability and employment prospects of disadvantaged people. To focus on these target groups and engage them in asuccessful career path either as employed or as self-employed entrepreneurs.
The project targets adult educators and adults with disadvantaged backgrounds with special attention to the unemployed ones.
The activities of the project aim to target adults facing: sociocultural difficulties – related to experiencing discrimination because of gender, ethnicity or religion, economic – related to unemployment and poverty and geographical - citizens living in small towns or rural areas, where the employment opportunities are limited and the rate of long-term unemployment is higher in comparison with other regions, disabled people. These groups are often excluded from the opportunities for life-long trainings at central level.
• Innovative UPthEm training programme for disadvantaged learners
• 40 videos with motivating stories of disadvantaged people with successful professional development
• 25 adult educators trained to implement the programme
• 50 adults from disadvantaged groups engaged to explore the benefits of the programme through online dissemination activities and 5 multiplier events.
Programme: ERASMUS+; KA2-Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices; KA204- Strategic partnership for adult education
Duration: 1.11.2019 – 30.4.2021
Partners: Know and Can Association – Bulgaria
Association of Danube River Municipalities “Danube” – Bulgaria
STOWARZYSZENIE CENTRUM WSPIERANIA EDUKACJI I PRZEDSIEBIORCZOSCI – Poland
Asociatia de Dezvoltare Economico – Sociala – Romania
GROWTH COOP – Spain
STIMULI FOR SOCIAL CHANGE - Greece