JEC – Training of Emotional Intelligence in job clubs to improve the employability of unemployed adults

JEC – Training of Emotional Intelligence in job clubs to improve the employability of unemployed adults

The main objective of the “JOB EMOTIONS CLUB” project is to improve the employability of unemployed adults who are seeking to re-join the labor market by developing a methodology that allows these people to participate actively in a job club where they can acquire skills social networks linked to Emotional Intelligence that contribute to further enhance their employment opportunities.

GeNeus – Gender Neutral Tools and Tests for Selection Processes

GeNeus is an Erasmus+ Key Action 2 (Strategic Partnerships for Vocational and Educational Training) project, which aims at improving women’s accessibility to higher education and the labor market through the development of gender neutral tools and tests for selection...
CAN&DO – Capability of Creativity and Culture for Change-Doing

CAN&DO – Capability of Creativity and Culture for Change-Doing

The European Neighbourhood Policy-East countries showed strong differences in the unemployment rate by age, which was also the case in the European Union. The unemployment rate of people aged 15–24 years was at least twice as high as for persons aged 25–74 years in...