STEER – Supporting the Transition from Education to Employment of youth at Risk

The STEER project “Supporting the Transition from Education to Employment of youth at Risk” aims at designing, developing, delivering and testing a comprehensive training programme for youth workers in transition planning. Trained youth workers will use this training to support the transition of NEETs and unemployed youth from education to employment

Activities

  • Needs Analysis and transfer of know-how and good practices in each partner country through on-line questionnaires
  • Delivering a series of “train the trainers” seminars through blended learning, in each participant country
  • Testing the effectiveness of the STEER training programme in pilot actions that will involve the trained youth workers providing transition support to NEETs and unemployed youth
  • 5 Info days in each country to disseminate the project outcomes

Results

  • Design and development of a youth workers’ training programme that includes modules such as: skills for the future labour market, transition planning, psychological mentoring, developing life management, social skills, soft and transferable skills and provision of career guidance and counselling
  • Creation of an innovative e-training platform and e-portal as well as digital learning contents and guides. The STEER e-training platform will be based on open-source, web 2.0 technologies

Partners

Funding institution

DG Education and Culture – Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Youth

Project duration

01/06/2016 – 30/11/2017

Contacts

CSC: dario.ferrante@danilodolci.org

Skills

Posted on

2 December 2016