EEO GROUP SA has been awarded with a new Erasmus + project “AXESS: Acquisition of Key Competences for Economic and Social Sustainability” as member of an international consortium. The duration of the project is 24 months.
EEO GROUP SA has been awarded with a new Erasmus + project “SURVIVE: Surviving The Storm: Identifying & Linking Internal Capabilities with Business Continuity” as member of an 7-partner international consortium. The project aims to create a powerful tool & a flexible training program that will manage to link the market needs with the training offered, in a way that will allow effective use of resources (people, time) & clear connection of training with business results. The duration of the project is 24 months.
The Kick off Meeting started at 19-20 January 2017 in Italy and the partners had the opportunity to discuss about the objectives of the project. Partners discussed on the final division of work, the overall project management structure, the financial/administrative framework, the dissemination strategy and the monitoring plan.
Information on the JUMP Project
The project “Jump: Juggling Motherhood and Profession” is an EU funded project under Erasmus+ KA2 - Strategic Partnerships for adults. JUMP has been developed to respond to unskilled mothers’ request of help to find a job, social professionals working in public and private establishments need to set up complex and multilayered methods of social intervention: in first place they need to be able to rely on innovative practices capable to address the social/emotional/relational roots of the unskilled mothers’ unemployment or inactivity challenges.
The partnership focuses on Southern Europe (I, ES, GR) and one South-Eastern European country (HR) and has an impressive curricula of working with women employability, training and assistance.
The project builds up a strong and continuative partnership among different stakeholders active in manufactoring and furniture sector and experts in education and training issues in order to update and improve
current professional profiles in wood and furniture sector answering to the skills gap.
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The partners had the opportunity to visit Athens at 21-21 February 2017 at EEOs’ premises to discuss specific matters towards Woodual implementation. Each partner contributed to draft the operational guide on dual learning experience and cross-border mobility in wood sector and prepared a description of good practices – focus point at beginning and at the end of mobility project.
The Meeting started at 5-6 April 2016 in Spain and the partners had the opportunity to discuss and presented the results from the outputs. The meeting started with a recap and general overview of the project’s outputs. Partners are encouraged to discuss the potential opportunities and threats linked to each Intellectual Output.
The Kick off Meeting started at 22-23 October 2015 in Italy and the partners had the opportunity to discuss about the objectives of the project. In this preliminary phase the partners of the project had identified the existing networks, the associations and stakeholders belong to the furniture sector and were active in the field of work-based training in order to maximize and coordinate all the efforts towards VET students and young workers.
The Woodual project is an Erasmus+ project, funded with the financial support of the European Commission. The general purpose of WOODual - Wood sector and Dual Learning for Youth Employment and Skills is to elaborate guidelines and new methodologies in order to open the road for a more extensive use of dual learning system in wood and furniture sector.