Europlacement 1

Europlacement - Expertising and Sharing Lifelong Guidance for the Placement

 


 

The main project aim is to promote the transfer of a kit of products, enabling people to enter the labour market through job orientation placement. The focus lies on the development of graduates’ transferable skills, and provides them with procedures for quality work experience, adapted to improve their own existing competence sets.

Together with EU-partners the transfer of the tools should be brought together in order to promote an integrated system of good practices, non-formal and informal learning as well as lifelong guidance (LLG) - support regarding employability.

Hafelekar elaborated a report on lifelong learning. Furthermore indicators have been collected and outlined that describe the interface between university and labour market. In particular it will lead the validation of informal and non formal learning work package in European countries.

 

Project website

www.europlacement-llp.eu  

 

Project period

October 2008 to September 2010  

 

Partners

Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy, www.unipr.it  

CERES, Centro di Ricerca Economica e Sociale, Rom, Italy.

Università degli Studi di Catania, Italy, www.unict.it

Università di Bologna, Italy, www.unibo.it

St. Cyril und St. Methodius Universität Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria, www.uni-vt.bg/2

Tellus Group Limited, Plymouth, Great Britain, www.tellusgroup.com  

Badegruber & Partner GmbH (B&P), Linz, Austria, www.clickandlearn.at

Uniwersytet Jagiellonsky Kraków,  Krakau, Poland, www.uj.edu.pl

Slovakischer akademischer Verband für internationale Kooperation, Bratislava, Slovakia www.saaic.sk

ASAEL, Aragonische Verbindung der Kommunalbehörden, Zaragoza, Spain, www.asael.es

ONECO, Gemeinnützige Bildungsorganisation, Sevilla, Spain, www.oneco.org

Technische und Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Universität Budapest, Hungary, http://portal.bme.hu

 

 


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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] 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.


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