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Enhancing Employment Skills and Experience, Best Practice Training & Expanding the EU partnership
Start date: Oct 1, 2016, End date: Dec 31, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The increase in members of the Training Partnership explores the potential of sharing experiences and gaps in local knowledge around issues of engaging young people in democratic /civic processes, responding to austerity and the recession through employment, self employment and youth entrepreneurship programmes in order to find ways of earning a living against a background of migration, diversity and European citizenship. We will develop a partnership to look at the models of democratic engagement and how they lead to employment and training opportunities. We will work with the partner countries to look at how these structures work and to share knowledge, experience and practice through our planned activities and project meetings. The network will explore methods and models in each partner country giving youth workers and young people the opportunity to see and experience these models. This will include models of youth democratic engagement and how these relate and how transferable skills can be created that young people can use to enter the labour market. It will increase opportunities and generate ideas for youth employment and self employment. This will be developed through non formal training opportunities with the different countries sharing their specialist knowledge and experience, and young people/workers and workers to experience mobility and intercultural experience.The project Is to share and experience the best practice of Alingsas youth and employability training participant will experience all phases of the project. working through all elements of the training. Looking at the context and talking to business community that support this training and employment programme and make it so successful in terms of pathways leading to actual employment opportunities and sustainability. Participant will also get a chance to work with the young people involved and how they see this programme from thier perspective.There is also opportunity to share best practice around you engagement system Lewisham young mayors project will run a day workshop on thier unique youth engagement and democratic participation model which involves all young people in lewisham school having the opportunity of being involved in electing A youth mayor.The activities will run over 5 days we will have a non formal arrival activities, ice Breakers and name games getting / know you games, followed by intro to the week, . non formal workshop on the core content which is about training and pathways to employment and how to prepare yourself for entry to the labour market. Participants will be able to use the skills they have gained through being involved in local democratic and youth participation processes, and identify the links between the two.The main impact at local and regional levels of the project is on developing the skills and knowledge and confidence of the Participants to develop lasting partnerships for collaboration work. Follow up would involve young people delivering presentations to groups within the local communityThis will enable them in the future, to manage and create their new projects within the Erasmus + programme. This project will impact on the participants giving them many valuable skills they may need in their future working lives. Further impact of our project will be developed through our youth Networks

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