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BEnl 2016 Coordinated Call - Transnational Call 357
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Learning Business Parks
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Approved with TCA
|Project Idea summary||
The project ‘Learning Business Parks’ focuses on lifelong learning of employees in SMEs, united in business parks.
We are facing common challenges in Europe concerning the labour market, for which we need to find adequate solutions. We go by the common challenges and relate them to a specific objective.
- ‘Lifelong learning: a long way to go?’
- ‘The ageing problem: lifelong working – happily ever after?’ and ‘Low working participation rate in European countries’ and ‘Labour shortage in Europe’.
- Knowledge economy: are we there yet?
‘Lifelong learning: a long way to go?’
In this project, we want to increase the involvement in lifelong learning for the target group, employees in SMEs. Therefore we will create a varied training offer, tailor-made for the employees of SMEs in business parks.
‘The aging problem: lifelong working – happily ever after?’ and ‘Low working participation rate in European countries’ and ‘Labour shortage in Europe’
Everyone lives longer, thus needs to work longer in order te preserve our welfare. In some European countries, there is a structural deficiency of talented available workforces for certain jobs. By mapping competences, talents and knowledge of the workforce in business parks, we want to get a better view on employability and motivation of employees of the SMEs in those business parks. Next to that we want to have an overview of training needs and the job offers on business parks. These overviews eventually will result in an employability matrix of the business park. This matrix serves as a starting point for the promotion of internal and external mobility of employees.
Knowledge economy: are we there yet?
The knowledge economy is another common challenge for Europe. Flexibility with the possibility for job rotation, knowledge sharing and lifelong learning possibilities have to increase the employability of our employees.
To achieve above objectives, we foresee in the following actions:
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Tuesday, 31 December, 2019
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