One of its main goals is to develop an e-learning platform dedicated to innovations in the regional development sector and the coming major economic, environmental and social changes that…
The project aims to support the integration of migrant women into society and the labor market in 7 countries - Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy and Spain.
The project will deliver a new digital transformation curriculum dedicated to quality training in key technologies for advanced manufacturing. The training will increase the workforce of technicians capable of understanding, installing, configuring, monitoring, analyzing, data transfer and maintaining digital systems in an advanced manufacturing environment, so as to address the critical gap in the skills gap of workers in the field of Industry 4.0 .
The creation of adapted training, improving the professional path and the discovery of new perspectives in the professional growth of women are the two main tasks of the We Get! project. Partners from 6 European countries joined forces to enable women to improve their soft skills, creativity, abilities and innovative thinking and improve their digital and ICT skills.
The main objective of the project is to create a new educational curriculum to acquire new basic digital skills and competences for over 900 low-skilled adults affected by the COVID-19 pandemic crisis and more specifically for persons living in rural areas from at least 9 European local communities .
The overall objective of the GoDigital project is to improve the employability of NEET people aged 18 to 30 through various initiatives.
The project aims to help more than 50 people from different Bulgarian cities to start their own business.
The main goal of the RESTART project is to qualify new professionals capable of supporting the digital transformation of European companies using the advantages offered by Industry 4.0 technology. It works to improve and expand the provision of high-quality learning opportunities tailored to the needs of individual less experienced or low-skilled adults
The project aims to increase the competences of the long-term unemployed and young job seekers, human resources (HR) directors or any type of specialist.
Development of a European training toolkit to practically support the introduction of work-based learning
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