EU school of T-skills & self employment
Start date: Aug 22, 2016,
End date: Nov 15, 2017
This project includes 10 partners from: Serbia, Romania, Greece, Lithuania, Slovakia, Turkey, Spain, Bulgaria and FYROM, gathered together to implement the project "EU school of T-skills & self employment" applied by Youth organization of Europe for International Cooperation from Serbia. Youth employment is a priority for the European Union. One of the biggest challenges that youth is facing today is the economic and social crisis, a scenario that has had a major impact on the life of all European youngsters, challenging them to struggle with unacceptable youth unemployment rates and the decrease of quality education, training and job opportunities.Modern, knowledge-based economies require people with higher and more relevant skills. Most employers believe soft skills are important to their business and over half rated them more highly than academic qualifications. There are five critical skills most likely to increase odds of success across all outcomes and which employers expect employees to have: social skills; communication; and higher-order thinking skills (including problem solving, critical thinking, and decision-making); supported by the intrapersonal skills of self-control and positive self-concept - the skills that will be tackled during the activities of project which are:1. Coordination meeting2. Training course 13. Training course 24. Online final evaluation meetingMethods used: team building exercises, brainstorming, round tables, working in a pairs, problem solving games, self - esteem building activities and exercises, role play, presentations, team building games of critical thinking, creative thinking activities, role-storming.
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