–Increasing employability rates of disadvantaged young people: a peer learning approach

Increasing employability rates of disadvantaged young people: a peer learning approach
Project in Belgium
January 28 - February 2

Project name: Increasing employability rates of disadvantaged young people: a peer learning approach

Country: Belgium

Date: January 28 – February 1

Given the vital role played by young people in shaping Europe’s employment and social policies, policymakers and social actors should empower NEETS and youth workers working on daily basis with NEETS to ease their entry into the European job market.

This project focuses on the importance of addressing the skills mismatch between the available jobs and the digital & technological competencies of young people, mainly NEETs: this digital skills gap will be filled by raising youth workers’ awareness and training them to be digitally competitive in the European job market.

 

The age of the participants: 18+ years old.

Accommodation and meals during the project will not cost anything, travel expenses will be reimbursed upon return.