ESF-Projekte bringen jedem Einzelnen echte Verbesserungen und steigern seine Berufschancen. Sie öffnen die Tür zu Arbeitsmöglichkeiten und helfen Menschen beim Zugang zu besseren Arbeitsplätzen.
Supporting asylum seekers in southern Sweden (08/06/2016)
A project that brings together six municipalities in Sweden in order to support asylum seekers’ integration into the jobs market – and wider society
ESF Contribution : SEK 24 953 751 – Number of Participants : 1 400
Healthcare reforms seek to empower staff (07/06/2016)
A project in northern Sweden is introducing reforms to healthcare services that ensure staff can focus on the work for which they are specifically trained.
ESF Contribution : SEK 7 427 059 – Number of Participants : 190
Training helps employees stay on top of their game (25/07/2014)
A project in Sweden provided training that helped more than 1700 employees from 27 companies keep their skills up-to-date.:
ESF Contribution : EUR 1 500 000 – Number of Participants : 1 700 employees from 27 companies
Getting marginalised youth into the labour market (10/06/2014)
In Sweden, a project achieved to get students off to a successful career start by rethinking the way in which internships are organised.
ESF Contribution : EUR 3 000 000 – Number of Participants : 2 500
Innovative job method ensures no one left behind (19/05/2014)
A project in Sweden applied a product/service development approach to help the long-term sick and unemployed find work or start businesses.
ESF Contribution : 968 000 EUR – Number of Participants : 261
Meeting young people in their own space (28/02/2014)
In Sweden, a successful project contributes to getting young people back into work or education by reaching out to them through ‘youth ambassadors’.
ESF Contribution : EUR 2 816 974 - Number of Participants : 354
Helping drop-out prone students stay the course (20/01/2014)
In Sweden, a project is taking a comprehensive approach to tackling early school leaving by combining personal follow-up with actions targeting municipalities, schools and society at large.
ESF Contribution : EUR 10 930 000 – Number of Participants : Around 50 municipalities
Supporting young people back to education or work (25/10/2012)
The Utsikten project in Sweden aims to help young adults with special needs, either related to mental health or a disability, to re-enter education or the workplace.
Number of participants: 90
Lending peer support to enter the job market (22/10/2012)
Job College in Sweden supports young people to access the labour market, helping to prevent youth unemployment and support youth at risk. The project places a great emphasis on peer learning.
Number of participants: 2 483
Coaching people back into work and study (26/07/2012)
Immigrants often face difficulties finding work in their host country when factors such as a new language, unrecognised qualifications and social changes come into play. Barriers to employment also confront many young people. As a result, both groups face the danger of benefit dependence.
Participants: 700 – 1 000 - ESF contribution: SEK 19 592 496
Workplace learning in focus (03/10/2011)
In-service training for healthcare staff develops skills and improves quality assurance to address the needs of nursing staff based on the demands in the work place.
Participants: 5,000 nursing assistants and auxiliary nurses - ESF contribution: SEK 7.9 million
Coached to succeed (29/09/2011)
An ESF-backed project in Malmö, Sweden, is trying to integrate socially excluded youth between the ages of 18-24 into society using a number of innovative methods.
Participants: 450 (expected 900) - ESF contribution: €502 794
Training your way into work (15/07/2011)
Work Factory’ was a successful project implemented in Amal, Sweden, from 2008 to 2010. It focused on getting young unemployed people into work, studies or training.
Participants: 322 - ESF contribution: €432 557