Posted on the 28/08/2019 - The toolkit created along the project to enhance skills for youth employment has just been published. The material is a useful resource for those working with young people (especially those at risk of exclusion) and contains all the activities and practices collected and tested by the project partners.
Posted on the 26/08/2019 - The partners from Poland and Spain have met last week in Logroño (Spain) to work on this material for youth workers and facilitators to enhance inclusive skills for youth employment. The final count down has started!
Posted on the 03/06/2019 - Representatives of the 6 partners of EXPERTISE have implemented their sixth official meeting in Lodz, Poland from the 29/05/2019 to 01/06/2019. Two representatives of each country and organisation have met on this city to carry out the last project event that will meet together all its partnership.
Posted on the 12/04/2019 - All ready for the next meeting of the project partner organisations to be implemented on Lithuania towards the development of its materials and outputs.
Posted on the 05/11/2018 - The fourth transnational meeting of EXPERTISE has taken place from the 28th to the 31st of October 2018. The town of Póvoa de Varzim has hosted two representatives of each partner country and organisation in order to participate in this Erasmus+ initiative. The main objective of the meeting was to get know better Proandi and its practice to work with young people.
Posted on the 12/06/2018 - The organisations of EXPERTISE have been working in their good practices and met from the 6th to the 9th of June 2018 in Bulgaria to learn about design thinking and experiment how to implement this methodology.
Posted on the 20/02/2018 - EXPERTISE project carried out its second transnational meeting in Athens (Greece) where members of the six partner entities met from the 14/02/2018 to the 17/02/2018. During the meeting the participants implemented some exercises about the topics of the project and established in the first meeting such as communication and interculturality (based on the good practices of the Greek partner of the project).
Posted on the 18/12/2017 - Representatives of the six project partners met together in Logroño (Spain) in order to participate on the first transnational meeting of EXPERTISE. During the two days of activities attendees had the chance to discuss about the project administrative issues, its calendar and presented their programmes about youth education and employability. Besides general arragements of the project, participants could visit the facilities of the Paula Montal school as hosting organisation. They also interacted with the students of the school and learnt different good practices related to the labour guidance of young people that will be afterwards replicated and tested in all the project countries at local level.
Posted on the 01/12/2017 - From the 13th to the 16th of December of 2017 the first transnational meeting (M1) of EXPERTISE will take place. Two representatives of each partner country and partner organisation will meet in Logroño (Spain) in order to start with the exchange of good practices of this European project. “EXPERTISE: Exchange of practices to educate, recognise and train inclusive skills for employment” is a 24-month strategic partnership at international level that will be implemented between the 01/09/2017 and the 31/08/2019 thanks to the support of the Key Action 2 of the European Commission and its Erasmus+ programme.
Posted on the 25/11/2017 - This has been a busy week for the project partners and especially for the coordination team of the Paula Montal. The projectstaff is currently working on the electection, adaptation and design of the good practices that the Paula Montal school will share with the other project partners as hosting organisation of the first project transnational meeting (that will take place in December 2017 in Logroño, Spain).
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