ˈI Canˈ and ˈI Can Do Betterˈ

ˈI Canˈ and ˈI Can Do Betterˈ
Description

As employers in Bulgaria are often hesitant to invest in training their staff, the National Employment Agency launched the 'I Can' project to motivate workers themselves to take more control of their careers and get involved in lifelong learning. Through the 'I Can' project, any employed person could apply and receive a voucher for key-competences training and/or a course leading to professional qualifications – according to their wishes and needs.

Results

Training for professional qualifications was delivered by over 540 education centres, and key-competence teaching took place in more than 720 training organisations throughout the country. In the first two phases of the 'I Can' project, 140 000 employees took part, while in the follow-on 'I Can Do Better' project, a further 81 000 participants were expected by the end of 2013. In total, more than 221 000 employees participated in the project.

Programme name
European Structural and Investment Funds
EC’s priorities
Jobs, Growth and Investment
EU contribution
€60 844 000
Project location
Bulgaria
Time frame
2009 to 2013

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