APEL project

Erasmus+ KA205 APEL project combines the efforts of 4 partners, reflecting current challenges and trends in the field of youth work from different regions of Europe – Central (Slovenia and Austria), Eastern (Bulgaria), and Western (Netherlands). Our overall aim is to equip to equip youth workers with necessary methodology and resources to empower youth leaders, so that they can be more effective in encouraging participation of young people in the policy-making process on local and national, and eventually EU level.

Project 4Youth

The aim of 4Youth project is implementation of elements of motivational approaches into youth work, combining them with recognition of learning outcomes. The analysis of the youth work in all involved countries (Slovenia, Ghana, Bulgaria, Tanzania and Malawi) shows that youth is not interested to be active, to take part in the activities, to exploit possibilities, they are not interested to co-develop society they live in and they lack soft skills, needed in the economy. Youth workers need new skills, knowledge to address those challenges.

Project YESSS

The aim of YESSS - Young Entrepreneurs at Secondary Schools project is developing and fostering entrepreneurial thinking of students at secondary schools through equipping teachers with relevant coaching and soft skills training methods and approaches. The proposal offers universal integrated modern approach to the work of teachers in class that does not require their extensive training and investing additional resources for using project products after its completion.

Social Innovators

EEA and Norway Grants

SOCIAL INNOVATORS presents an innovative model of simultaneously addressing the challenges of high rates of youth unemployment and low employment rate in NGO sector, which all present a tremendous waste of human potential and missed opportunities for greater contribution to the social transformation not only in partner countries but in EU in general. In NGOs, young people will hater work experience and become involved in some of the most relevant initiatives and programmes dealing with social challenges in Europe today.

Working together to inform about progress in combatting youth unemployment

EEA and Norway Grants

The official launch of the Youth Employment Magazine is announced on the UN International Day of Friendship. Nearly 200 institutions from 26 European countries implementing projects financed by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway unite to share results of their initiatives aimed at combatting youth unemployment in Europe.

SLEVET

SLEVET is a European funded, Erasmus plus project aimed at the development of an enterprise Leadership Programme (LP) for VET schools which uses cycles of p2p coaching and p2p training to develop leadership and entrepreneurial skills, attitudes and mindset of VET students. The ambition of the consortium is to equip VET students and teachers with the necessary knowledge, skills and tools for adequate development according the labor market requirements.

vidubiology project

vidubiology is a European funded, Erasmus plus project to improve the teaching and engagement with Biology and science, for students at school (10 – 14 years). This is a critical age where student’s interest in their own education can be lost, especially in sciences.

Website: http://vidubiology.eu

DECO 2 project

In order to better identify and manage the availability of required skills, competences, and qualifications, and to help preventing skills gaps and mismatches effective communication and cooperation between the labour market and the education and training sector is vital.

YOUTH MOVE project

YOUTH MOVE project will help improve, using the possibilities of ICTs, the entrepreneurial competences of young people in the social services area by developing at transnational level a high quality training material that will provide useful tools and tips that can motivate and increase the competence of youngsters to start a business venture in this social field.

YounGO project

YounGO

YounGO is a proposal that seeks to implement innovative work methodologies to benefit European youth generating strategies, between social entities, universities and organizations to improve the access to quality employment, in order to develop new opportunities for youth in area of employability.
This project, which involves seven partners from various European countries, enhances social entrepreneurship as a strategy and method to be applied to work with young people, encouraging their creativity and generating opportunities.

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