OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
The reduction of youth unemployment and the increase of youth employment rate is one of the main goals of European Union. Many European Project were concentrated on this topic and as result were created many useful materials. There are also available many Open Educational Resources (OER) that can be used to improve the professional preparation. This chapter is a result of the research aimed to identify the most interesting, useful tools that can help the young people to find a job. All projects were ordered in three groups. The fist one is destined for the youngsters, second - for supporting institution and the third - contains elements useful for both groups. For each Projects there is description of the content and the short description of the tools and there is also indicated the source where is possible to find more information.
The Open Colleges Career Quiz is designed to give you an understanding of your personality and the career areas that you would be best suited to. It takes less than 5 minutes! You should really check it out!
The platform was established by the European Commission to
facilitate freedom of movement of the employees by means of: international job placement, informing on living and working conditions in the Member States, identification and counteracting mobility barriers
The general objective of the project is the development of ICT,
foreign languages (VOLL and CLIL) and entrepreneurial skills mainly (e-enterprise), including creativity, innovation and risk‐taking by linking life‐long learning with the labour market and ensuring increased opportunities for participation on a modern, flexible and inclusive labour market of the target groups
Support packages for innovative SMEs, technology transfer,
access to finance, advice on EU law and standards, Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), Speak up on EU law, Research funding
Practical guide to doing business in Europe (start ups, VAT and
customs, selling abroad, staff, product requirements, finance and funding, environment, public contracts)
The polish Employment Services Centre for Information and Consultation. Offers information and tools useful for job seekers, such as covering letter, interview, stress, advices for self employment, etc.
Guidelines for coaches of company founders with minority ethnic backgrounds as well as for the founders themselves
The main goal of the project was to develop a “toolbox” for the early recognition and reduction of the threat of students dropping out of school.
Digital library providing free teaching and learning materials (from full university courses to electronic textbooks).
Founded by Harvard University and MIT. Platform providing free and paid on-line courses from various universities and institutions. Possibility of receiving a certificate.
- New Eurydice publication – Teaching Careers in Europe: Access, Progression and Support
- Eurydice Brief: Citizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017
- Call for proposals: Erasmus Charter for Higher Education Selection 2019
- New: 2017 Selection Statistics and Project Compendia available Erasmus + Sport
- Selection results: KA1 – Large Scale European Voluntary Service Events
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European Development Agency
(Coordinator of the project)
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