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I-151972
Ref: I-151972
Date: 02/03/2018

I-143426
Ref: I-143426
Date: 13/09/2017

I-143108
Ref: I-143108
Date: 13/09/2017

I-140400
Ref: I-140400
Date: 20/06/2017
Visite par Marianne Thyssen, membre de la CE, du centre d'accueil pour demandeurs d'asile "Petit-Château", à Bruxelles: déclaration
On 20 June 2017, Marianne Thyssen, Member of the EC in charge of Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, visited in Brussels the "Petit-Château" (Little Castle - Klein Kasteeltje), a reception center for asylum seekers managed by the Belgian Federal Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers (Fedasil). On the occasion of the United Nations' World Refugee Day, the European Commission launched on the same day the EU Skills Profile Tool for Third-Country Nationals, and off – and online web editor that would make it possible for non-EU nationals to present their skills, qualifications, and experiences in a way that was well understood by employers, education and training providers and organisations working with migrants across the whole European Union. The Skills Profile Tool was a first instrument for reception centres, integration services, public employment services and other organisations offering services to non-EU nationals to make sure their skills and education were recognised, and to further guide them to training, education or employment. In addition to giving an overview of a non-EU national's skills profile, comparable with a CV, the tool helped migration organisations to identify individuals' specific needs for integration into the labour market. Ultimately this would simplify the process of matching jobseekers to vacancies. This video shows a statement made by Marianne Thyssen during her visit.

I-140407
Ref: I-140407
Date: 20/06/2017
Conférence de presse conjointe de Dimitris Avramopoulos et de Marianne Thyssen, membres de la CE, sur le lancement de l'outil européen de profilage des compétences des ressortissants de pays tiers
On 20 June 2017, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Member of the EC in charge of Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship, and Marianne Thyssen, Member of the EC in charge of Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, gave a joint press conference on the release of the EU Skills Profile Tool for Third-Country Nationals. On the occasion of the United Nations' World Refugee Day, the European Commission launched this off – and online web editor that would make it possible for non-EU nationals to present their skills, qualifications, and experiences in a way that was well understood by employers, education and training providers and organisations working with migrants across the whole European Union. The Skills Profile Tool was a first instrument for reception centres, integration services, public employment services and other organisations offering services to non-EU nationals to make sure their skills and education were recognised, and to further guide them to training, education or employment. In addition to giving an overview of a non-EU national's skills profile, comparable with a CV, the tool helped migration organisations to identify individuals' specific needs for integration into the labour market. Ultimately this would simplify the process of matching jobseekers to vacancies.

I-140401
Ref: I-140401
Date: 20/06/2017

I-140412
Ref: I-140412
Date: 20/06/2017
Extraits de la conférence de presse conjointe de Dimitris Avramopoulos et de Marianne Thyssen, membres de la CE, sur le lancement de l'outil européen de profilage des compétences des ressortissants de pays tiers
On 20 June 2017, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Member of the EC in charge of Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship, and Marianne Thyssen, Member of the EC in charge of Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, gave a joint press conference on the release of the EU Skills Profile Tool for Third-Country Nationals. On the occasion of the United Nations' World Refugee Day, the European Commission launched this off – and online web editor that would make it possible for non-EU nationals to present their skills, qualifications, and experiences in a way that was well understood by employers, education and training providers and organisations working with migrants across the whole European Union. The Skills Profile Tool was a first instrument for reception centres, integration services, public employment services and other organisations offering services to non-EU nationals to make sure their skills and education were recognised, and to further guide them to training, education or employment. In addition to giving an overview of a non-EU national's skills profile, comparable with a CV, the tool helped migration organisations to identify individuals' specific needs for integration into the labour market. Ultimately this would simplify the process of matching jobseekers to vacancies. This video shows extracts of the joint press conference.

I-132827
Ref: I-132827
Date: 26/01/2017

I-132662
Ref: I-132662
Date: 24/01/2017

I-132252
Ref: I-132252
Date: 23/01/2017

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