Outcomes


01. Need analysis report

  • to determine the existing situation with regards to VET and the evaluation of soft skills.
  • to identify the soft skills that are considered to be necessary for unemployed youth to enter the labour market.
  • is expected to reveal the need for well-targeted training areas and the development of tailored curriculum for the development of soft skills.

02. CURRICULUM for unemployed youth / soft skills

  • will enable and promote the identification, development and enhancement of soft skills of youth. The curriculum will outline the skills, performances, attitudes and values that youth are expected to learn, while it will include the syllabus, methods to be implemented and other such aspects.

03. E learning platform

  • the target groups will be able to attend on-line courses and receive training from a distance so as to enable the active participation of individuals from different regions who are not always able to be physically present to workshops/seminars/events.
  • the e-learning platform will provide with the open on-line courses, that will be available for VET trainers and staff.
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04. Toolkit on soft skills

  • for unemployed youth entering the labour market. A number of different tools and methods for the development of soft skills, which will be taught to unemployed youth, in complementarity to the curriculum.

05. Toolkit User guide

  • which will include guidelines on how to implement and successfully put to use the different tools available and provided in the toolkit.

Other Intellectual Outputs

06. Quality plan

07. Final Quality Management Report

08. Dissemination and Communication plan

09. Dissemination and Communication review report

10. Business plan

11. Exploitation plan


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.