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  1. Kick-start Your Soft Skills

    Project

    Soft skills have great influence on the proper functioning of employees, both in the workplace itself and in interactions with partners and customers. Kickstart Your Soft Skills (KYSS) aims to encourage and support young adults to further develop their professional development in the field of soft skills. For young adults and job seekers it  delivers materials (e.g. an online tool) to gain insight in their soft skills. For workplace counsellors the project provides materials (and methods) to coach these young people. By extension, the tools are also likely to be used in career counselling and development of generic competences of older employees.
    TPI-1434
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BEnl 2018 Coordinated Call - Call 409 - Transnationality III
  2. Good practices to provide employment

    Project

    The project proposal embodies the ambition of Parvomay Municipality to improve the capacity and capabilities of the municipal administration to resolve the existing long-standing problems in the Municipality Parvomay - availability of unemployed youth and marginalised communities, and at the same time ensuring equal opportunities and non-discrimination in working conditions.
    TPI-1771
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BG 2018 Coordinated Call - Transnational partnerships
  3. IN.S.I.E.ME. Inserimenti Sostenibili in Etico Mercato Plus AnglonaCorosFigulinas

    Project

      "Measures to engage more professionals to enable people with disabilities to be involved in the work process by identifying individual projects. Promote the distribution and personalization of the ICF (Territorial Classification of Functioning, Disability and Healt) model on a territorial scale. Active actions and policies specifically targeted at people with disabilities. " 
    TPI-2722
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
  4. Participatory video as a new toolkit for inclusion of people with mental disabilities

    Project

    TPI-1825
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    PL 2016 Coordinated Call under Priority Axis IV Social innovation and transnational cooperation, Measure 4.3 TC
  5. Senior municipality boards for local elderly active inclusion

    Project

    TPI-1826
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    PL 2018 Coordinated Call - Common Framework within the Axis Priority IV Social innovation and transnational cooperation, Measure 4.3
  6. IN.S.I.E.ME. Inserimenti Sostenibili in Etico Mercato Plus AnglonaCorosFigulinas

  7. Amicus society partner project

    Project

     The project aims at introducing new learning technologies which meet the expectations of marginalised communities in the field of vocational training, in the context of stimulating the development of education at the workplace. It is envisaged to build a web-based platform for joint activities between employers and vocational training centres for the purpose of specialised training of the Roma and their preparation for active inclusion in the labor market.  The project will provide an opportunity for the transfer of innovative European practices to enhance the integration of information technologies in teaching through the implementation of joint initiatives, exchange of ideas, knowledge and know-how as well as promoting cooperation for generating added value in the field of vocational education and training.    
    TPI-2710
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    PL 2016 Coordinated Call under Priority Axis IV Social innovation and transnational cooperation, Measure 4.3 TC
  8. STC- Start To Can, for students with special needs in transition towards employment

    Project

    The current problem throughout Europe is to how to motivate young people who have difficulties in learning and promote their motivation to obtain skills needed in VET and work life. The main challenge is how to close the gap between school and labour market. The proposed project will aim to enhance the well-being of young people who have been outside of labour market and/or school and prevent drop-out from education as well as re-integration young people.  The common interest among the partners in this proposal is to how to promote 1) well-being of young people at VET; 2) learning for working environment; 3) combining labour market and learning; and 4) transition from formal education/VET to the labour market.
    TPI-1359
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BEnl 2018 Coordinated Call - Call 409 - Transnationality III
  9. Entrepreneurial training in the 21st century

    Project

    In a nutshell, this project aims for a thorough renewal of the complete system of entrepreneurial training in Flanders, also including the non-subsidised courses offered on the free market and without any government involvement. The focus is on 4 aspects: the reaching of the target group and guidance towards trainings, the renewal of the formal side (digitalisation, flexibilisation, customisation, and new pedagogic methods and tools), the renewal content-wise (innovation-oriented and focus on all phases of an enterprise’s life cycle), and the government’s involvement in the different aspects of entrepreneurial training. Horizontal targets are inclusion and gender mainstreaming, co-creation, and the set-up of an enduring transnational network which acts as a knowledge hub, promotes transnational mobility of entrepreneurs, and raises awareness of the EU internal market.
    TPI-1360
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BEnl 2018 Coordinated Call - Call 409 - Transnationality III
  10. Increase employment intentions of employers towards persons with work-limiting disabilities.

    Project

    The main question of the project is: “How can we enhance employer involvement in creating labour market opportunities for persons with an occupational disability?” The focus of the project is on the role of the job intermediary or coach and their relationship with employers.   In particular, we use good practices in order to determine which factors positively influence employers’ intentions: intention boosters! We also pay attention to the intersection of these intention boosters and gender. We then link these intention boosters to national and international tools used by job intermediaries in other European Union countries. New tools can also be developed, which delivers the transnational end product, the basis for mutual learning.   Then, each partner can continue with these tools. The intended Flemish end-product is an enrichment of the Supported Employment model for employer involvement.
    TPI-1344
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BEnl 2018 Coordinated Call - Call 409 - Transnationality III

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